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Internship Software Project Management (m/f/x) in Nuremberg & Berlin

Would you like to gain experience in the field of software project management and qualify for the job market? In a 6-12 month internship, you will learn everything you need to know later in your job!

Our complex software solutions and consulting services are in need of explanation and appeal to senior management in medium-sized and large companies. As an interface between customer, software development, design and quality assurance, we are looking for an ambitious and committed working student in Nuremberg to support our project management team. Are you interested in the management of software projects and already have some experience in project management? Are you ideally studying business informatics, computer science or media informatics? Then we look forward to receiving your application in English (ideally with reference projects).

Your responsibilities

  • Support in the operational planning and control of projects
  • Structured software quality management
  • Requirements management (targeted coordination and management of available capacities)
  • Change management
  • Systematic analysis and documentation of findings and optimization needs (Lessons-Learned-Process)
  • Further development of our solutions and services in cooperation with the Business Development department
  • Reporting as well as definition and tracking of project-relevant KPIs

Skills

  • At least half completed studies (Bachelor/Master) in business informatics/computer science, media informatics, business administration, etc.
  • Very confident in dealing with Microsoft Office
  • High social competence
  • Team spirit
  • Strong analytical thinking skills and systematic approach
  • Self-reliant
  • A confident appearance
  • Resilient
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Apply today at jobs@itonics.de or get to know us easily over a cup of coffee!

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