4896 InfoSec Technical Program Manager
We are looking for people who want to make the Company’s platform safer for millions of users around the world.
Technical Program Managers (TPMs) in the information security space work on technology initiatives that reduce the information security risk.
These initiatives are highly complex and ambiguous.
The TPMs utilize their diverse skill sets, focus on getting the job done, deliver results maneuvering organizational and technical difficulties, and challenges.
TPMs facilitate project teams and drive project work to successful completion.
TPMs quickly identify and resolve risks and issues.
They provide the right amount of insight to all project stakeholders.
In this particular role, you will own Vendor Management and driving Proof of Concepts.
As the TPMs’ mission is getting things done, they tend to put on different hats and have varying responsibilities. However main responsibilities of TPM are the following:
Crafting a technical initiative with clarity on what the initiative is and why we should be working on it.
Clarifying the end state vision of the initiative in certain time intervals (quarter, half, 1-3 years).
For the area that they are working on, work with the stakeholders and particularly the Engineering Managers to set up clear, bold goals that are bought in and agreed upon.
Creating harmony among internal and external stakeholders such as InfoSec engineers and ICs, InfoSec Managers, executive management, engineering community etc.
Work with the Engineering Manager and a Technical Lead to decompose ambiguous technical problems into tracks of work, clarifying and prioritizing deliverables, and identifying owners.
Ensuring timely and successful execution which include:
Tracking progress across the organization and teams for tracks of work.
Managing cross team dependencies.
Preventing scope creep.
Communicating project and initiative plans and progress including:
Roadmaps, quarterly plans
Celebration of wins and creating awareness.
Setting expectations and timelines.
Updating on status.
Identifying inefficiencies in processes, products, and technology and driving improvements.
Technical Program Managers need to deliver impact, so they are expected to deliver results, but they don’t have direct authority.
This requires a significant level of skills and creativity in driving and influence.
Here are some skills that come in handy for TPMs to be successful.
Impact oriented who can identify how initiatives and effort can move the needle for the organization.
Broad technical expertise.
Detail oriented and ability to drive initiatives to completion.
Analytical thinking and problem solving.
Clear and concise verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to influence various stakeholders including technical leaders and executive management.
Exposure to high growth, large-size companies.
Bachelor’s degree or above in a relevant discipline.
5+ years of relevant experience.
PLEASE NOTE: Our client has mandated COVID-19 vaccination for their workforce, all external personnel providing services to our client are required to comply with this requirement.
Compensation Range: $93 – $103.40/hr