Technical Project Manager – SQL Queries & C-Suite Exposure
Work directly with the CEO and COO from day one in this thrilling new Technical Project Manager position where you’ll organize projects, write SQL queries, and deliver fast-paced results in a Scrumban/Kanban environment you’re sure to love.
After quadrupling their client list over the past year and expanding their IT team too, this innovative company is continuing to set a higher bar for success. They’ve built a small, laid back technical team where there’s not a lot of bureaucracy and engineers get to work with a ton of different technology instead of being pigeonholed into one limiting area. Versatility is key in this position as you’ll need experience writing SQL queries, troubleshooting with SQL, executing data analysis, and an understanding of Data Schemas as well as a communicative personality and a self-driven demeanor to do well in this position. Attend fun happy hours, enjoy an exciting work culture, and expand your skills with a free Pluralsite Subscription! You’ll also get other valuable perks like a 6% match on your 401k.
The easiest part of this job: This laid back company is super flexible too! You’ll get to work from home 2 days a week and have really flexible flextime built into your schedule as well.
The hardest part of this job: If you can’t communicate effectively this job might be too challenging for you.
Get instant C-suite exposure and a great work-life balance in this Technical Project Manager role where you’ll write SQL Queries & work at a fast pace in a rapidly growing small team environment.
What’s in it for you?
– Competitive Salary ($80,000-$100,000)
– 401k with 6% Match
– Pluralsite Subscription
– Partial Telecommuting
– 15 Days PTO
– 5 Sick Days
– Paid Holidays
What you’ll be doing:
– Organize and delegate work while working closely with the Principal Data Architect
– Gather requirements and write SQL queries
– Troubleshoot in SQL in a Scrumban/Kanban environment
– Work closely with the CEO and COO in a fast-paced environment
What you need:
– Writing SQL Queries
– Troubleshooting with SQL
– Data Analysis
– Understanding of Data Schemas
– A Degree is a plus