Technical Program Manager, New Social Initiative

US-WA-Seattle
5 months ago
Job ID
528169
Amazon Corporate LLC
Position Category
Software Development

Job Description

We're looking for a highly motivated, creative, and passionate technical program manager to work on a 1st generation, greenfield product!
This is a new platform, and we're rapidly iterating on our product-market fit, operating like a startup within Amazon.
We're looking for a talented Technical Program Manager who designs, drives, launches, and owns delivery of experiments and strategic architectural changes at a high velocity. You will own bridging technical and product strategy, including figuring out how the team should execute to meet our goals, and proactively identifying requirements and risks. You will directly work with 4 sprint teams while relying on Technical Leads in each to execute. You will will manage partner relations to leverage existing technologies to help the team move faster.


The ideal candidate has thrived and succeeded in delivering broadly adopted technology products and services in an environment where priorities can shift quickly. She is a strong leader who can prioritize well, communicates clearly, and who understands how to drive a high level of focus and excellence.


If you enjoy solving complex problems and tackling tough challenges, we’d love to hear from you!

Basic Qualifications

  • 5+ years experience of technical program management in a software environment
  • Experience defining, prioritizing and executing a clear roadmap in an agile environment.
  • Ability to multitask and manage multiple projects -- work prioritization, planning, and task delegation.
  • Excellent communication skills with both technical and non-technical audiences.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Ability to dive deep and understand/question technical architecture and tradeoffs.
  • Experience with full stack technology development.
  • Experience launching a v1 product.
  • Master’s Degree in Computer Science or related field.
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