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 Technical Program Manager
Ref No.: 18-31340
Location: San Jose, California
Start Date: 05/07/2018
 Technical Program Manager
 San Jose, CA
Need profiles here urgently.
Has been open for too long!.. it's a C2H role.
Max $90/hr.
Technical Program Manager
Minimum Qualifications:
•         Strong technical aptitude in web technologies (Java primarily).
•         5 years or more industry experience as an IT / Software Engineering Program Manager.
•         Strong track record in managing complex cross-functional projects at scale.
•         Skilled at communicating and collaborating with client teams.
•         Minimum 2 years experience working with external partners on software projects. Skilled at planning and executing projects with partner companies.
Preferred Qualifications:
•         Deep familiarity with Google products, teams and processes (e.g. launch calendars, bug tools, privacy/security reviews, approvals).
•         Experience with Enterprise software projects, especially Identity (SSO, SAML, OAuth, LDAP).
•         Strong fundamentals in computer science. Experience as software engineer / tech lead.
•         Own a series of projects (8-10 at any time, several dozen over the course of a year) program managing the work of ~10 software engineers from definition to delivery.
•         Develop and keep improving playbook for enterprise identity integrations between Google and popular enterprise applications built by other companies.
•         Ensure collaborative and productive teams.
•         Proactively anticipate and plan mitigations for risks, respond and resolve problems as they occur, to keep your projects on track.
•         Be the interface on behalf of the team for planning, prioritization and dependency management with product (Google Identity, Google Cloud Platform) and functional (eg: Sales, Legal, Finance) teams across Google.
•         Provide concise and effective communications on project status, issues, and accomplishments to stakeholders. Leverage your management team effectively to escalate and resolve issues.