Program Manager III

Full Time


    • Program Manager
    • Engineering
    • Management

    Job Description

    Location: San Francisco, CA
    Salary: $57.00 USD Hourly - $64.00 USD Hourly
    Description: Our client is currently seeking a Program Manager III

    Overall Responsibilities:

    As a Program Manager within Marketing Operations, you're a progressive influencer balancing strategic big thinking with an ability and passion to make our organization work better and smarter. Collaboration, organization and a constant need to optimize are key drivers to how you get things done. You'll use your project management skills and expertise to bring our strategic plan to life, while solving big ticket, highly visible problems for the marketing organization. We're looking for a traditionally trained Program Manager who knows the art of program management inside out, is highly organized and collaborative by nature.

    Top 3 Daily Responsibilities:
    • Implement, track and prioritize project roadmaps, trackers, and schedules for specific initiatives that align with the broader owned and operated surface strategy for the MarTech and Engineering team
    • Manage and document the process for onboarding new O&O surfaces including documentation and communication to stakeholders.
    • Conduct feedback loop sessions with Marketers to help inform the roadmaps for internal delivery tools.

    Mandatory Skills/Qualifications:
    • 5+ years experience as a Program Manager working in complex tech environments
    • Clear and concise communication skills with the ability to break down complex topics and deliverables easily
    • Demonstrated a success track record in executing on complex, ambiguous cross-functional, and global initiatives
    • Experience establishing effective relationships, exercising influence, and driving consensus internally and externally at all organizational levels.
    • Experience in project management methodologies, and picking the best methods to fit the right teams
    • HS Diploma required; no degree required

    Non-Essential Skills/Qualifications:
    • Ability to effectively operate in a fast-paced and constantly evolving team environment
    • Staying on top of numerous work streams across different programs in the same sphere of the one you're managing
    • Demonstrate a high EQ to enable close working relationships with multiple stakeholders on a global level
    • Ability to deal with ambiguity and solve complex problems that scale effectively across a large organization and highly distributed teams


    Mandatory Communications Management (PgM/TPgM) Ability to listen effectively to stakeholders, to communicate program goals, progress, and health to them in a manner tailored to their interests and concerns at all levels, and to drive understanding and inform decisions. Typical artifacts include communications plans, metrics and status reports, decision logs, newsletters, and websites. Continuous Improvement (PgM/TPgM) Ability to establish systems to identify improvements and drive future needs around business processes, products, or services on an ongoing basis, through measurement of performance, progress, and success metrics. Typical artifacts include metric plans (e.g., leading and trailing KPIs), dashboards, trend analyzes, control charts, and retrospectives. Execution and Governance (PgM/TPgM) Ability to organize and manage the activities that lead to the outcomes of a project: what, who, when, and how. Adjust ???levers??? (e.g., schedule, staffing, features) to deliver results on time. Effectively monitor and communicate progress, risks, and mitigations. Typical artifacts include governance plans, project trackers, status reports, OKRs, retrospectives, and escalation reports. Managing Organizational Change (PgM/TPgM) Ability to discern when a change is appropriate and to drive change across the organization, working closely with partner teams to manage and communicate changes, introducing them in the least disruptive manner. Put systems and mechanisms in place to facilitate future changes. Typical artifacts include rollout plans and impact analyzes. Planning (PgM/TPgM) Ability to identify stakeholders and work with them to strategize, plan, and prioritize objectives, estimate task durations, and ensure schedules and dependencies are aligned and support those objectives. Leverage a variety of methodologies (e.g., Agile, Waterfall) to make teams most effective. Typical artifacts include proposals, program charters, project plans, OKRs, roadmaps, and risk registers. Stakeholder Management (PgM/TPgM) Ability to forge and maintain effective program teams within and across an organization, understand and address their needs and health, and support them throughout the lifecycle of their undertaking. Typical artifacts include RACI charts, stakeholder maps, OKRs, and CSAT reports.


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