AI-First Project Manager
$60,000 USD/year Pay is set based on global value, not the local market. Most roles = hourly rate x 40 hrs x 50 weeks ($30 USD/hour)

Any country
full-time (40 hrs/week)
Flexible schedule
Long-term role

AI-First Project Manager $60,000USD/year ($30 USD/hour)


If you are an AI-forward project manager in the telecommunications industry, we have a job for you! Traditional project management methods often lead to projects that are over budget, delayed, or out of scope, significantly impacting business outcomes. However, our innovative approach integrates advanced AI-driven tools to transform project delivery, ensuring efficiency, quality, and satisfaction.

At Totogi, our differentiation from the rest of the telco industry is that we're all in on learning new technologies. By harnessing the power of AI in project coordination, escalation management, and reporting, we enable our teams to deliver projects with unparalleled precision and insight. This role is about pushing boundaries and setting benchmarks. You will use AI to not only streamline operations but also predict and innovate, ensuring our projects lead the market in both pace and performance.

If you're skilled in AI project management tools, possess a robust understanding of the telecommunications industry, and have a knack for analytical thinking and problem-solving, then step into a role where your work dramatically influences our operations and advances your career. Apply today to join a team that values innovation and excellence, and start leading the change in telecommunications project management.

What you will be doing

  • AI-Driven Project Coordination and Process Innovation: Employing AI systems for optimal scheduling, resource allocation, status reporting, and championing the use of AI tools to automate tasks and optimize workflows.
  • Escalation Management: Managing escalations and critical decisions to ensure project milestones are met.
  • AI-Powered Reporting and Insights: Utilizing AI to generate insightful project reports and predictive analytics, enhancing project communication and stakeholder satisfaction.

What you will NOT be doing

  • Hands-On Technical Tasks: While you will oversee projects involving technical elements, your role will not require deep technical expertise in OSS/BSS technologies.
  • Heavy Technical Documentation: Focus on strategic oversight rather than detailed technical documentation or hands-on implementation.

Key responsibilities

  • Projects are delivered on time, within scope, and within budget, while maintaining high quality standards and customer satisfaction, as a result of AI integration

Candidate requirements

  • Experience in OSS and BSS project management within the telecom sector
  • Experience using GenAI tools, such as ChatGPT, Gemini, or Claude, to boost productivity

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