Join us at MathWorks to help accelerate the pace of science and engineering in a family-friendly and collaborative work environment. As a Senior Software Program Manager, you will be part of a highly skilled, dedicated team focused on delivering challenging, high value programs. You will join a growing team that nurtures individual growth, appreciates diversity, encourages initiative, values teamwork, shares success, and rewards excellence.
The Senior Software Program Manager is a member of thesoftware development management team and supports the planning and execution of multiple projects or programs. Responsibilities include:
Partnering with extended software development teams to help them plan, track and execute complex, cross organizational programs while maintaining focus on building the right things at the highest levels of quality.
Performing program analysis, manage risk, identify and influence necessary course corrections, creatively solve problems, and communicate program status and activities across multiple levels of management.
Continuously assessing and improving the processes that comprise the software development lifecycle and mentor/coach other members of the Program Management and Product Development Teams.
Experience in delivering commercial software products
Outgoing, highly organized, persistent, and tenacious; able to deal with uncertainty and change
Ability to influence others in order to get things done, even when you have no direct line of authority over them
Expertise in providing cross-organizational management of software development programs from initiation through delivery
Expertise in process improvement and change management
Hands-on experience with developing and reporting on metrics for engineering development, test development and execution, bugs, issues, risks, and other aspects of project and program management
Experience with MATLAB and/or Simulink Products desirable
Must hold a degree focused on Technical Degree Program
A bachelor's degree and 7 years of professional work experience (or a master's degree and 5 years of professional work experience, or a PhD degree) is required.
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