Project Manager (part-time)

Job description

Next generations’ drone technology company is looking for a Project Manager!


Our drones and sensors outperform helicopters with flight durance and AI. 

Our clients are utility companies in Estonia, Finland, Lithuania and around the globe.

Our team is made up of professionals with backgrounds in power engineering, overhead lines, GIS, remote sensing, unmanned aircraft operations, software development. We are young and dynamic talents passionate about changing the Energy Sector.

Our goal is to offer full package of services to cover all development and implementation stages to make client's dreams real.

We need YOU - a brilliant tech-savvy Project Manager.

Are you looking for an ambitious new project to test and grow your skills? This is a great opportunity to become a team member of a fast-growing company revolving around focused hard work, growth, fun and adventure. You will be working with an expert team, who is able to assess the complexity of project tasks and the realistic timelines for completing the tasks. On a daily basis the Project Manager will be responsible for the execution the 5G!Drones project, achieving the milestones and taking part of project meetings (online and F2F).


We are looking for 

  • University degree or equivalent in Engineering, Aviation or related technical subject
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in both English and Estonian
  • Demanding, keeping deadlines
  • Leading the Project team
  • Willingness to travel in case needed
  • Knowledge or interest in aviation and/or energy field


Useful qualifications include  

  • Experience with European Union projects
  • Strong analytical and financial project management skills
  • Experience working with basic project management tools (Trello, Monday, etc)
  • Experience with international teams
  • Strong interest in technology-related topics

Job specifics  

  • Part-time, 3-5h in a week commonly
  • Exception: travelling regarding the project meetings can take up 3-4 days.
  • Location: Tallinn/Tartu, Estonia


  • A good, open-minded and positive working climate
  • Constructive and collaborative attitude within our multicultural team
  • Work that matters on an international level
  • Team building events, annual summer days
  • A chance to be part of a growing startup
  • Competitive salary
  • Flexible working hours 

What's the best part about working at Hepta? -  Here you can really see your work fly!

Application deadline: November 30, 2019