Zenysis builds health analytics systems for governments of developing countries, international orgs, and NGOs. Our mission is to create an "operating system" for government - the go-to platform that brings all the benefits of technology to 3 billion+ people.
Above all, we're looking for other mission-focused engineers who care about seeing their impact in the world and are comfortable building complex, mission-critical systems.
Zenysis builds software that helps countries make their most important decisions in a data-driven way, and harness the full power of data to improve the lives of people everywhere. Multiple countries are currently using our platform to improve the delivery of healthcare to millions of people, stop the spread of infectious diseases, improve the distribution of lifesaving vaccines, fight COVID, create jobs, and more. We’re just getting started.
Contingent on the successful bid for a project in collaboration with the Office of the President, Zenysis is seeking a full-time Technical Project Manager on an initial 14-month contract in Colombia beginning this quarter. This technical manager will work with our Colombia-based team, as well as our global product, project, and engineering team, to ensure the flawless technical implementation of the project.
A successful applicant will have demonstrated ability to manage technical deliverables across a large team, manage expectations, scope technical details, and contribute to the overall technical delivery of our product.
Requirements for this role, as specified by the government, are as follows:
Education: Systems, electronic, telecommunications, industrial or computer, engineer or related * with a master's degree in project management or business administration or information systems management or ICT management and current PMP or PRINCE 2 certification.
Experience: Minimum eight (8) years professional experience.
Experience: Participation as Project Manager or Director or Leader or Architect in at least three (3) projects, 100% executed, that involve at least one of the following aspects: data analytics, dashboards, software development for integration or interoperability, development or implementation of software for project management.
Languages: Spanish and English
We have a lot on our plate. We're building early warning systems for disease outbreaks, automatically detecting low-quality data, and developing other ways to identify & visualize the most effective health interventions across entire countries. The work we do is not always easy, but it's very rewarding. There are many unique technical and usability challenges that we've encountered building software in the developing world.