Group Technical Program Manager, Disaster Recovery
Location: San Francisco, California
Job Type: Full time
Be brave, not perfect.
- Reshma Saujani
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The mission of the Engineering Program Management team is to work across Engineering to implement Cloud Engineering's technical strategy, with greater velocity and more predictable outcomes for our customers. This team works with the engineering leadership team to ensure that strategic technical programs are successful and standards are derived from those programs to help our scale. The members of the organization are important in influencing the technical strategy and aligning it with our goals in delivering outcomes towards our business continuity strategy.
Your future team
You will shape a modern technical program management organization. The goal is to steer us through growth and remove barriers in the journey towards our long-term goals. You will have a unique challenge of finding agreement by creating guardrails and removing barriers to help our teams accelerate. As a cloud service provider, we build resilience into our systems to ensure service and data availability for our customers in the event of failures in system components. However, even the best systems have to have a disaster recovery plan.
We're hiring a Group Technical Program Manager for Disaster Recovery (DR), reporting to our Head of Engineering Program Management. You are a TPM Manager with a background in disaster or related business continuity governance.
What you'll do
- Lead a team of TPMs, driving improvements to our important disaster recovery processes and tools within the company.
- Collaborate with your team and departments across the company to create reliable and cost-effective disaster recovery solutions for all of our cloud products.
- Guide program and projects delivery, and highlight dependencies and opportunities to define best practices.
- Support your team members in their career growth, finding them the next existing scope of work.
- BS degree in Computer Science or equivalent work experience
- 5+ years of leadership experience on software teams as Development Manager or Group Technical Program Manager
- Experience leading a team, which support programs spanning multiple responsibilities (Engineering, Trust, GTM)
- Align a team of TPMs to achieve goals
- Make decisions for important or time sensitive topics
- Maintain the big picture, with the ability to spot and manage risks and dependencies across the team
- Experience with agile software development processes and incremental delivery
Our perks & benefits
To support you at work and play, our perks and benefits include ample time off, an annual education budget, paid volunteer days, and so much more.
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