Software Project Manager
Posted by Apoorva Prasad (@highlevelapp)
About the company:
HighLevel's goal is to help agencies and their clients increase ROI on leads, and build more engaging conversations without adding more pressure and stress by automating the process.With the flexibility and customization of the system, there is no reason that a business or agency should not be using HighLevel to close the gap on communication.
Why work here?
High impact work.
Strong global team.
Freedom and flexibility.
Autonomy and ownership.
Real long term business that has been profitable from the start.
Team off-site every year.
Headquarters: Eugene, Oregon, USA
About the role:
Software project managers turn the desires of the client into technical requirements that software developers understand. They break down the various elements involved in getting the work done, such as producing a timetable, assigning tasks to team members, and developing checkpoints for progress.
Roles & Responsibilities:
- Lead the team: The project manager must be a good leader who makes a team of different members of various skills and can complete their individual task.
- Motivate the team-member: One of the key roles of a software project manager is to encourage team member to work properly for the successful completion of the project.
- Tracking the progress: The project manager should keep an eye on the progress of the project. A project manager must track whether the project is going as per plan or not. If any problem arises, then take necessary action to solve the problem. Moreover, check whether the product is developed by maintaining correct coding standards or not.
- Documenting project report: The project manager prepares the documentation of the project for future purpose. The reports contain detailed features of the product and various techniques. These reports help to maintain and enhance the quality of the project in the future. Providing status reports to all interested parties is another important responsibility.
Skills and competencies:
Leadership skills – taking control of how a project will unfold requires someone who can direct others, delegate, boost morale, solve problems, and keep everything flowing
Technical knowledge – a background in programming languages (such as C++), testing procedures, and the like enables software project managers to comprehend what is going on in the development process
Organization skills – the success of a project hinges on steps being done properly and on time
Attention to detail – allowing things to slip through the cracks can derail progress and cost valuable money and time
Multitasking skills – demands come from various people throughout the day, and software project managers must prioritize and juggle them
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