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Job: Technical Program Manager Sr. at ProQuest

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Technical Program Manager Sr.
ProQuest
Seattle, Wa

Do you enjoy a challenge of managing product releases across multiple
teams?

Do you like leading cross-functional teams from inception to release?

Are you a stickler for details with the experience to know when to flex and
when to stand firm?

  
Proquest **Sr. Technical Program Manager** partner with product managers to
define product requirements and lead cross-functional software development
teams from design through delivery. This position involves regular
communication with stakeholders and management on status, risks and change
control.

  
**Some of what you'll be doing:**  
  

  *  Team Captain - Work with Product Managers to define product requirements
  *  Scrum Master - Lead cross-functional software development teams from design through delivery
  *  Clear Communicator - Maintain regular communication with stakeholders, management client support and customer implementation teams to ensure product features are launched and communicated correctly
  *  Authoritative Answers - Capture functional requirements and author associated documents; including software specifications, use cases, business requirements and related artifacts
  *  Project Management Pro - Manage project schedules, milestones and risks, and communicate them across the organization.
  *  "Lion Tamer" - Drive and resolve 3rd party relationships, communications, development, contract, legal, support issues
  *  Support Super-fan - Partner with support staff to help investigate the viability of requirements and enhancements suggested by end users, to ensure that projects and features satisfy business requirements
  *  Driven do-er - Provide matrixed team leadership and be a driving force in cross-functional process improvement
  
**What you'll have experience doing:**  
  

  *  5+ years of professional experience in software functional analysis, QA, product support, development, project or program management with at least 2 years in demonstrated success as Program Manager and bachelors' degree
  *  Manages multiple competing projects or tasks with minimal direction from management
  *  Experience capturing functional requirements and authoring associated documents; including software specifications, use cases, business requirements, project schedules and related artifacts
  *  Experience in developing and managing project schedules, milestones and risks, and communicating them across the organization
  *  Understands and assesses critical paths and dependencies for delivering and shipping products and facilitates discussions between project teams, product management and engineering
  *  Full SDLC experience, particularly in a hosted application environment
  *  Strong attention to detail and the ability to quickly grasp and understand technical problems, concepts, and the underlying technologies used in Web-based applications
  *  Experience with HTML, XML, APIs and understanding of relational databases required
  
**Bonus Points!**  
  

  *  Computer Science degree preferred
  *  Experience in Web-based applications which serve an international audience
  *  Professional experience coordinating different types of software life cycle methodologies
  *  Knowledge of the library industry preferred, particularly electronic resources and knowledge base databases
  
  
  
**Here's what you want to know about the Seattle office**  
_Fantastic people:_ Where smart is the norm and unique is
welcome

_Fun location_: Coffee houses, restaurants and right across
the street from Fremont's best pub

_Great benefits_: Plus some unique stuff like monthly
transportation subsidy, on-site events, flexible scheduling and wellness
programs

_Awesome office environment:_ Nice office, jeans are the
norm and (well behaved) Fido is welcome

_Amazing company: _Annual compensation reviews, generous
bonuses, and active "Green Team" and good morale

  
  
  
** About ProQuest**  
  
  
ProQuest connects people with vetted, reliable information. We provide
seamless access to and navigation of more than 125 billion digital pages of
the world's scholarship, delivering it to the desktop and into the workflow of
serious researchers in multiple fields, from arts, literature, and social
science to general reference, business, science, technology, and medicine. The
company is currently rolling out the all-new ProQuest® platform, which moves
beyond navigation to empower researchers to use, create, and share content--
accelerating research productivity.

  
If this position isn't quite your fit, check out our other positions posted on
our "Career" page under About Us. ProQuest's corporate
office is located in Ann Arbor, MI.** www.Proquest.com**



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