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Project Manager (EPAM Digital Platform) Minsk, Belarus

Project Manager (EPAM Digital Platform) Description

Job #: 51373
We are looking for a Project Manager to strengthen EPAM Digital Platform team, work in the perspective domain, use new technologies and best practices in project and product management. You will be accountable for project success in total.


You will be working on Workforce Management Solutions Portfolio. The Portfolio consists of 13 small and medium projects that develop 18 products designed to automate hiring and staffing processes of EPAM.

What You’ll Do

  • Manage one or several small projects (team from 6 to 15 ppl)
  • Form strong, honest and mutually respectful relationships with the stakeholders and clients
  • Have full ownership of the entire SDLC from conception through build and deployment, to ongoing production operational support
  • Develop project plans, documentation and processes
  • Be accountable for quality of project deliverables
  • Oversee and manage team KPIs, optimize team workload / expertise to improve delivery capabilities and efficiency

What You Have

  • 2+ years experience in Project management
  • Ability to facilitate full project lifecycle from initiating to closing
  • Experience in development of support processes
  • Understanding of agile frameworks (SCRUM, Kanban)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

What We Offer

  • Innovative solutions delivery to the world’s digital changes
  • Experience exchange with colleagues all around the world
  • Opportunities for self-realization
  • Friendly team and enjoyable working environment
  • Competitive compensation depending on experience and skills
  • Regular assessments and salary reviews
  • Social package: professional & soft skills training courses, medical & family care programs, sports
  • Free English classes
  • Unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning program
  • Corporate and social events
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