Project Manager


Clue is a 20-person, VC-­backed startup based in Berlin. Our mission is to bring mobile technology to the world of reproductive health and family planning. Our app (iOS and Android) is already used by millions of people worldwide, and we want to become a central hub for data related to this important part of life.

Our current development team consists of six engineers and two designers, and we plan to hire another 3-4 engineers over the next months.

As we grow, we need more help managing our projects, especially in the technical delivery phases. Scoping and defining work, keeping projects on track, and ensuring good work flows and communication.

We work in sprint-based project teams and we like our agile principles but are not adhering strictly to a specific development methodology. You would also be able to influence our ways of working as you become part of the team.

You would play an integral project lead and product delivery role, helping Clue grow and deliver the right product to millions of users.


• Sprint management, from requirements definition to App/Play Store releases

• Project team management, running standups, planning sessions, retrospectives

• Managing releases in collaboration with tech leads, product and marketing team

• Project communication to the rest of the company

• Working closely with product and tech leads to ensure we plan and deliver the right work and maintain good work flows across company teams.


• User testing

• QA management

• Building and managing an engineering team


• You may be a technical project manager or delivery manager, or you have experience managing agile project delivery, preferably at a startup.

• You have worked with agile software teams and know the different stages of consumer-facing software development, from feature definition to quality assurance and market release.

• Ideally you are already familiar with working on iOS and Android platforms.

• You like working in small, agile, cross-functional, high-output teams.

• You get stuff done.

• You know when to make the necessary trade-offs between feature depth, complexity and delivery timelines, and can communicate it to other parts of the company.

• Product quality is all-important to you, but you also understand the difference between the requirements for an MVP and a complex feature iteration.

• You like driving and improving development culture, and are willing to experiment with new ways of working to adapt to changing needs of the product team or company.

• You always keep an eye out for your team’s well-being and happiness.