Project Office Administrator Brno
(Jn TCZ8305) / City of occupation: Brno
Our client has recently set up a new global programme which is being run out of the EU. This project will reshape the current portfolio of the company and will represent a pivotal point for the history of the company. Now, we are seeking an appropriate candidate for a new position - Project Office Administrator
Your future role
Main role responsibilities and tasks: • Manage small software development, infrastructure and other technical projects. • Provide expert advice, training, coaching and mentoring in project management utilizing agile frameworks. • Provide support for a large project by assisting with reporting and compliance. • Define and update project management standards and methodology in accordance with Konica Minolta standards. • Administer and configure project management tools (Atlassian Stack – Jira, Confluence, and Slack). • Control projects utilizing PDCA (plan-do-check-act).
Required skills • Solid project management skills with real experience of software project delivery in a multicultural organization • Administrator-level knowledge of Jira and Confluence • Ability to conform to shifting priorities, demands, and timelines • Excellent stakeholder management skills • Excellent communication skills in Czech and English • Analytical, pragmatic, trustworthy, honest, proactive, and flexible • Self-driven and able to work with limited guidance Nice to have • PMP or Prince2 certification • Certified Scrum Master or Agile Project Management methods
The special thing about this job
In our team, we respect each other and value our freedom. We know that work plays an important part of our lives and that’s why we try to make every day count. We’re open to talk about anything you might need. Benefits of working with us: - Work with impact. Workplace Hub is a top priority project in Konica Minolta. If you have ideas that might drive it towards success, they will be heard. - Friendly atmosphere. We are set a little aside from the general corporate structure — as a Business Innovation Centre, our atmosphere is more of a startup. Casual dresscode, no timesheets. - Flexibility. We work primarily on site, but flexible working hours and home office within reason are a sure thing. - Global cooperation. We work with people in Rome, London, US and Japan, sometimes on daily basis. There’s a lot of people to reach out to and much to learn from them. - In-house language lessons of English, German, Italian or Japanese, if you choose the way of the Samurai. - Top-of-the-shelf equipment. Notebook for both work & personal use, sponsored smartphone of your choice and the complete software suite. - Freedom to express yourself. From defining new processes to co-designing our offices — if you find yourself a mission, you are free to pursue it. - Neat offices. Designed with focus on simplicity and open-ness, equipped with essentials such as high-end espresso machine, table soccer and Xbox, with places for meetings, conf-calls, ideation, relax and barbecue. - Great location. Spielberk Office Centre has a really nice vibe all year round with some great spots for a lunch or a coffee. - Refreshments. Doubleshot coffee, start-of-the-week fresh fruit delivery and occasional Japanese snacks that nobody really knows what they are made of. - Motivating salary based on your experience. - 25 days of vacation and 2 sick days. - MultiSport card. Need those fingers clicking well! - Meal vouchers. Well, what would any benefit section be without them.
If you find this position challenging, please submit your application online. Your consultant, Jan Růžička, firstname.lastname@example.org, will contact you promptly.