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Technical People Manager
The main responsibility of the person employed in this position is managing a team (around 25–30 specialists) as part of a project structure, including:
- care for the contentment and motivation of team members:
- employee development (mentoring, coaching, support in setting and realizing individual goals, organizing knowledge transfer and relevant training, etc.),
- responding to the current needs of employees and solving their problems,
- providing current feedback to the team members about the results of their work.
- care for work methodology:
- increasing work efficiency through standardization and automation of processes,
- planning the department's annual budget, its reviews and realization,
- allocation of resources to projects (recruitment of new employees, adaptation of employees, movement within the framework/between projects),
- implementing changes in organization,
- caring for formal employee matters (including holidays, work time records, workstation equipment),
- ensuring constant compliance of the organization with legal, quality and safety standards,
- co–operation with the HR department,
- co–operation with the People Manager team in order to work out common tools and good practices.
- minimum three years of experience in a position related to managing people or a development/programming team in the IT industry,
- ability to build relationships and maintain good relations with colleagues, communication skills,
- knowledge of ways to motivate employees, understanding their needs and differences between them,
- ability to inspire people to develop and focus on seeking new opportunities for development activities in the organization,
- experience in recruitment and employee adaptation,
- the ability to effectively collect and provide feedback to employees,
- focus on achieving results and looking for solutions,
- experience in conducting trainings, presentations,
- ease of reaction in a changing environment (e.g. work under time pressure, changes in project teams),
- high level of energy, personal culture,
- knowledge of English allowing free communication and understanding of training materials/technical documentation.
Nice to have:
- programming experience and/or work at a company that creates video games,
- knowledge of the computer game industry from a player's perspective.