Zenysis builds software for nations to better leverage their data for good. Countries are using our platform to deliver lifesaving resources to millions in need, track the spread of infectious diseases, and oversee the distribution of vaccines to dramatically decrease death from preventable disease. Our mission is to use technology to positively impact the entire development curve of a country for the next century and beyond. As a global company, diversity of identity and experience is both a moral and business imperative.
We’re well funded, growing sustainably, and are run by founders with consistent track records of success.
International Project Manager (IPM)
With responsibilities ranging from client-relations, business development, data analysis, product strategy, and everything in between, you’ll have the opportunity to work with every team at Zenysis while building the skills to lead increasingly large parts of our long term operations and strategy in Zambia.
At Zenysis, roles aren’t defined by narrowly scoped duties. IPMs take full responsibility for the success of product deployments, including working with analysts and high-level decision makers, running analyses, scoping engineering projects, collaborating with engineering, and ensuring that all aspects of technical implementation run smoothly. In addition, IPMs help to lead and develop the business strategy for entire regions, working both internally and externally to craft expansion opportunities. Over time, IPMs will be responsible for building local teams that are capable of taking more and more responsibility for development and expansion on themselves. IPMs are based in or near the countries they serve.
As an IPM, you’ll ensure that our mission to empower nations and save lives is baked into the heart of every deployment.
Whether you’re thinking through business strategy, scoping out technical implementations, designing UI elements, or talking to clients, your process starts with empathy, then ends in a solution you understand well enough to communicate and test. In day-to-day operations you have the resilience to thrive in ambiguous environments, the clarity of communication to build order in chaos, and the self-understanding to know your blind spots and question assumptions.