The Technical Product Manager is a critical member of a leadership team for large scale agile development. The TPM is a leader who works with engineering and business leadership to establish execution priorities for a product across all teams for a 3-5 year Comms business roadmap.
Collaboration with multiple interested groups from business management, systems architecture, program management and engineering management is a critical component of this function, leading towards a roadmap of execution to maximize delivery of features and capabilities that meet customer needs.
An understanding of agile development principles and practices is required.
SS Content authority for the program / product backlog including setting epic level acceptance criteria SS Collaborates with business product management on the prioritization of features and capabilities SS Work with system architecture to understand enabler work SS Coordinates with program management on development and maintenance of a roadmap SS Sets vision for each quarter for teams and works with Product Owners to establish acceptance criteria SS Establishes execution ordering across multiple capabilities in collaboration with engineering management SS Identifies and works to remove impediments in the organization so that teams can remain focused on achieving goals SS Facilitates team and program relentless improvement SS Coordinates solution implementation and delivery with Product Owners and Engineering Management SS Effective and timely communication to all levels of the organization, including progress tracking and reporting SS Balances changes in direction or requirements while protecting the team so the team can achieve committed objectives SS Collaborates with Product Owners to ensure team execution and performance are aligned with business objectives - near and long-term
SS Helps to create a culture of openness, honesty, and transparency SS Coordinates with Product Managers and Product Owners in planning meetings SS Coordinates program efforts under architectural and portfolio governance SS Fosters a high-performing team by focusing on ever-improving team dynamics and performance
SS Maintains a positive demeanor during periods of uncertainty, pressure, and conflict SS Acts as a model for addressing conflict and barriers to collaboration SS Demonstrates servant leadership, facilitating and coaching rather than directing SS Works to empower teams and individuals
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering, with concentration in software; or equivalent knowledge in the areas of software engineering (software requirements analysis, software design, software testing) desired.
SS Minimum of 6-7 years' experience in Software Development/Test, Applications Engineering work, Technical Support, or other related role SS Minimum of 2 years' experience in an Agile development environment SS In depth knowledge of agile methodologies and techniques is required SS Previous experience in a leadership role is required SS Knowledge of, or experience with Rockwell Automation products or other industrial control equipment is preferred
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