Position description - Purpose of Role
As a Team Manager at nShift, you will be responsible for coordinating the development and testing within the team and across teams when needed with the relevant stakeholders.
The frontend team is responsible for developing the user interfaces for our post production solutions that is used by thousands of enterprise customers daily.
The team manager has overall responsibility for the team. The manager will also make sure the team follow the projects and company best practices and standards.
The area of responsibility includes:
Required professional qualifications
Required personality traits and skill set
As an ambitious leader you should be passionate about management with the desire to develop both the team and yourself further.
Personal characteristics and qualities:
Education, experience and skills
Meet your Manager
Lars Erik Fjørtoft, Director of Engineering
How long have you worked for nShift?
What would your current team members say about your leadership or manager style?
Supportive, innovative and eager to try out new technologies.
What do you love about nShift? ?
The possibility to deliver high quality products that help thousands of customers on a daily basis and the possibilities for professional growth within the company. The company is always willing to invest in both people and technology.
What difference will this role make to nShift if I join?
By joining nShift as an Team Manager for the Frontend team, you will have the opportunity to impact the experience our customers have through the use of our user interfaces. Some of these products are used by tens of thousands of users every day.
Established in 2021, nShift is the global leading provider of cloud delivery management solutions enabling the frictionless shipment and return of almost 1 billion shipments across 190 countries. nShift’s software is used globally by e-commerce, retail, manufacturing and 3PL shippers. The company is headquartered in London and Oslo. It has over 490 employees across offices in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, United Kingdom, Poland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Romania and Switzerland.
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