Project Manager

Hi5 Living /
Full-time /
We are seeking a skilled and driven Project Manager to join our fast-growing Hi5 Living Team. Our team is developing a family of mobile applications dedicated to boosting people's productivity and making their lives easier and more enjoyable by spending much less time on technology.
In the role of Project Manager, you will help us to further develop this product, solve existing business problems, and to contribute to producing value for our customers and stakeholders with each product release.


    • Define project scope, objectives, and success criteria
    • Develop project plans, including tasks, milestones, and timelines
    • Monitor progress, identify risks, and implement mitigation strategies
    • Backlog management
    • Managing business requirements
    • Creating product release roadmaps
    • Leading team scrum activities
    • Improving release/planning/development processes

You Will Need to Have

    • 3+ years of experience in a relevant position
    • Proven track record of successful project delivery
    • Experience in planning, road-mapping, features prioritizing, backlog management, scrum activities
    • Advanced level with Atlassian tools (Jira / Confluence)
    • Proactive, well-organized, self-managed
    • Excellent communication and negotiating skills
    • Fluent written and spoken English (B2/C1+)

These are Just Some of Our Benefits:

    • Professional training and conferences with the partial/full compensation
    • Free English lessons (Skyeng)
    • Medical insurance
    • Corporate events
    • Full provision of equipment for comfortable working
Hi5 is a team of dedicated good global citizens who are determined to change how the Internet works and restore the decency and strong privacy protection every human being deserves. Away from the prying eyes of advertisers, big data manipulators, and hackers, who are constantly buying and selling people's data to the highest bidders who in turn are continually stealing from them or forcing them to buy more, eat more, or change their views on life in return for money which comes out of all users of technology’s pockets.