Technical Program Manager, Software
At Plenty, we’re on a mission to give people in local communities everywhere access to the freshest, most amazing tasting produce possible. And to do so in a way that’s better for the planet. The people and teams who make up Plenty are at the core of how we do that.
The software team is currently seeking more product management muscle to help drive and support our ambitious roadmap.
Type of Role
What You’ll Do
Understand and break down complex processes into software requirements that drive product development, iterative releases and roadmaps
Collaborate with Plenty employees, who are our users, to understand their needs, from which you’ll design and prioritize solutions. You’ll work with functional experts ranging from growers, farm operators, mechanical engineers, sales, supply chain and more
Work with these cross-functional stakeholders to reach alignment around requirements, prioritization and schedules
Partner with the software teams in regular planning, stand ups and frequent on and offline discussion around design, development and strategy
Provide our customers with clear verbal and written plans, estimates, schedules and updates regarding their requests and new development
What We're Looking For
Enthusiasm about solving complex problems
Experience managing day-to-day technical and design direction with Internet products and technologies, using Agile methodology & tools
Ability to influence multiple stakeholders without direct authority
Ability to clearly articulate how your work directly ties to the business
An analytical mindset and a hypothesis-based decision maker
Experience with gathering and using product feedback to influence product design and iteration.
Strong written and verbal communication skills and a strong sense of empathy
Strong emphasis on collaboration and joint ownership across teams and organizations
Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience
2+ years of technical product management experience such as creating product specifications, roadmaps and working with cross-functional teams