Are you ready to bring a positive impact to the world through
the power of geospatial & augmented reality technologies? Were
looking for a Technical Program Manager who will work across
engineering, design and product to build both long-term road maps
and near-term tactical schedules for our Platform efforts. You will
coordinate the work of the development teams to align with the
goals of the company and regularly report on the progress of those
efforts across the company. You will need to be ready to quickly
reorganize priorities and shift the focus of individuals to meet
the changing expectations of the company.
In this Program Manager role you will need the ability to
recognize inefficiencies and to create processes to address them.
You will need to be able to listen carefully and learn from
engineers of many disciplines what their issues are and calculate
how you can best serve them. Being self-directed and having a
strong work ethic will be critical in this role.
This role is based out of our San Francisco, Sunnyvale, CA or
Bellevue, WA offices.
- Ensure every team and engineer understands what they need to
deliver at all times.
- Triage and prioritize the work requested of you and the teams
- Proactively identify and remove engineering roadblocks by
working nimbly across teams.
- Consistently document decisions and communicate those to
- Create templates, workflows and processes that are lightweight
and exactly suited to the needs of the team.
- Coordinate and run meeting agendas.
- Quickly identify schedule risks and communicate possible
- Be comfortable in settings ranging from technical discussions
with engineers to presenting to C-level executives.
- Expertise with tools used for issue tracking, documentation and
- Experience building roadmaps and project/release plans with a
deep understanding of dependency management.
- Experience communicating across functions with engineers,
product managers, development partners, marketing, legal, and
- Experience managing software releases.
- Well versed in Agile and JIRA.
- BS or MS degree in Engineering or equivalent job
- 5+ years of experience in engineering, and software program
- Experience working on SDKs or other developer focussed
- Experience working in AR, VR or computer vision related
Join the Niantic team!
Niantic is the worlds leading AR technology company, sparking
creative and engaging journeys in the real world. Our products
inspire outdoor exploration, exercise, and meaningful social
Originally formed at Google in 2011, we became an independent
company in 2015 with a strong group of investors including
Nintendo, The Pokmon Company, and Alsop Louie Partners. Our current
titles include pioneering global-control game Ingress,
record-breaking AR game Pokmon GO, and recently released third
title, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.
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