IT Project Manager

Printful is one of the biggest Latvian companies in the US—we're now a team of more than 700 employees working on both sides of the Atlantic.

We're here to help small and medium-sized online store owners reach their business goals by providing them with a full range of services—from high quality printing, warehousing, and drop shipping to design, photography, video, marketing services, and customer support.

As a company, we're, above all, tech-first. We wouldn't be able to do what we do without our team of IT experts—that's why we're looking for an IT Project Manager to join our team.

Your duties:

  • carry out Printful IT projects from A to Z;
  • lead your project team (developers, designers, content marketers)

Our requirements:

  • experience in IT project management;
  • comprehension of business processes;
  • ability to make informed, data-driven decisions;
  • drive to solve problems based on customers' needs;
  • good people and leadership skills;
  • UX knowledge and experience;
  • good command of English;
  • positive, energetic outlook;
  • skills using project management tools (Basecamp, Jira, Asana, Teamgantt, etc.);

Experience working as a developer will be considered an advantage.

We offer:

  • monthly salary EUR 2000—4000 gross, depending on work experience, education, and other skills;
  • all the resources and tools to perform your tasks (make your choice between Mac, Linux, or Windows platforms);
  • modern and welcoming work environment;
  • flexible working hours (start your day from 11AM);
  • a day off on your birthday;
  • gym and swimming pool membership;
  • health insurance policy;
  • exciting team-building events and guest lectures.

If you’re up for the challenge, send us your resume and a cover letter, showing us why you're the best person for the job. In your cover letter, please give examples of how your skills and experience match up to the requirements mentioned in this job description.

AS Printful Latvia (Registration No. 40203050078)

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