Project Manager Internship
About High Digital
High Digital are a team of designers, developers and strategists with years of experience working together to bring digital products to life.
We are multidisciplinary and technology agnostic, with the experience to choose the best path to develop your product to meet your immediate requirements and future plans.
Our approach is open, agile, and collaborative. We are as comfortable working with start-ups as we are with SMEs and corporates.
About the Role
High Digital are looking for a graduate to become a project manager to work with one of their client's across multiple projects.
This opportunity is starting as a 3 month internship with a view to it becoming a permanent role paid at £25k thereafter depending on your performance during the internship.
- You will be a naturally highly organised individual who enjoys planning and managing projects.
- You will have exceptional verbal and written communication as the role involves account management of the client as well as the project management of the project.
- Some demonstrable experience of project management in a previous role or internship, or a project management qualification is desirable.
- A technical skill set or a technical mindset will be useful. You don't have to be a developer, but an understanding of how products are built is needed for this role.
- Experience using Jira, MS SQL, MS Teams and MS Office will be useful
- An understanding of Agile methodology.
- The role is a mix between an account manager and a project manager.
- Day to day you will work alongside the founder and be the main point of contact between the High Digital technical team in India and the client.
- You will discuss the project with the client, document their requirements and plan the project into Jira.
- You will then manage the project through to completion, liaising with the developers and the client through the development process to make sure the project is on track and on budget.
- A key part of the role is understanding the requirements from the client and making sure these requirements are understood by the development team.
Working hours: 37.5 hours per week
Contract: Fixed term
Start date: 01/10/2020