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Program Manager I (Product Planning)
Ref No.: 18-06813
Location: San Francisco, California
Role - Program Manager I (Product Planning)
Location- San Francisco, CA
Duration - 3 months extendable contract


Job Description – 
Client's Risk Platform product team is seeking a Technical Program Manager to help drive compliance, fraud and the re-architecture of key programs that deliver a delightful experience to customers. The successful technical product manager in this role, will help manage, report and administer product planning, design, development and execution through the product lifecycle of our systems and user experiences. The qualified candidate will gather and help prioritize product and customer requirements, that define the product vision by working closely with R&D, engineering, sales, marketing, operations and product strategy.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Author product requirements, flow documents and use cases while collaborating across multiple cross-functional teams to ensure complete solutions are architected to cover business needs and requirements
• Clearly communicate user experience issues and solutions to both business and technical audience using requirements documents, use cases and desired outcomes
• Use hard data and metrics to back up assumptions and develop business cases
• Track and drive timely resolution of open issues
• Break down complex requirements into smaller manageable features and solutions
• Act as liaison and communication bridge between technical and non-technical stakeholders
• Strive for simplicity

Candidate Requirements 
Years of Experience: 1-3 years of experience 
Degrees or Certifications: Not required.
Best vs. Average: Someone who might be shifting into product but has a technical background and wants to understand what is required for a product person. Someone that is humble but eager to get things done. Eager to work and learn. Efficient thinker in relation to capacity planning and resources. Experience both executing large-scale projects and agile product iterations. History of leading through fast-paced, high-growth, ambiguous environments
Performance Indicators: getting good feedback from the people the worker interacts with, keeping the team together, their organization skills, no delays or failures on reporting, everything is well tracked