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What does a Program Manager do?

As Program Manager, you will lead and motivate domains within the Core Systems and Flex product areas with a focus to ensure good Agile development practices. You will manage the development process, including project and capacity planning, progress tracking, risk management, process improvement and team-wide collaboration and communication.

You will report to the Senior Program Manager.


  • Work with product owners, tech leads and engineering managers to understand product direction and plan and deliver projects

  • Determine the resource requirements to meet project goals and establish success criteria

  • Scenario planning and trade-off analysis

  • Risk management

  • Evaluate and resolve dependencies

  • Complete projects using Agile development in a distributed development environment

  • Coordinate collaboration between your teams, other Frostbite teams and game teams around EA

  • Manage development tasks, and communicate progress against committed deliverables

  • Manage support and other emergent work

  • Support your teams and help keep them unblocked

Responsibilities: Team and Process Management

  • Promote the Agile development process in teams

  • Dotted-line manage the development team (in partnership with Engineering Manager)

  • Monitor team health, workload and recognize extra effort

  • Guide departmental planning (i.e. resource, initiative, sprint/program increment, release planning)

  • Create and help implement process improvements across groups and advocate for the team


  • 5+ years of project/program management experience in software development

  • Experience in project management methodologies such as Agile and Waterfall


  • Experience working as a software engineer

  • Experience with distributed development across multiple locations

  • Experience working on a tools or central technology team

  • Game development experience

  • Scrum Master or Agile Coach experience

Wondering if you’ll meet all of our requirements? We know those dot points can’t capture all that you might bring to our team, so consider the above a starting point. If you’re interested, please reach out!

Creating amazing games starts with building a team that is as diverse as the communities we serve. We wholeheartedly celebrate that diversity, and are committed to fostering a workplace that is equitable and inclusive, where everyone has the opportunity to thrive. For more on our commitment and progress - check out our 2021 Impact Report.

What’s in it for you?

We want EA to be the ultimate destination to make great content and experiences. Everything we’re doing here is about creating a culture, environment, and company where you can do the best work of your career – so there’s that. There’s also:

  • A health allowance, to cover the cost of private health insurance for you and your family

  • Life and salary continuance insurance

  • An employee assistance program, including coaching and therapy sessions to support your wellbeing

  • An inclusive parental leave policy that supports all parents and carers

  • 17.5% annual leave loading – yes, we’ll pay you extra to take a break!

  • Bonus end of year leave days – time off between Christmas and New Years, no annual leave necessary

  • Volunteer leave and charitable donation matching

  • A fitness reimbursement program – $$ to go towards your fitness expenses (memberships and at home equipment)

  • Free EA games, of course!

We also offer bonuses and exciting EA stock options, as well as access to our employee stock purchase program.

When it comes to flexibility – we’re hybrid forward, so you’ll have the opportunity to structure the way you work, to suit the way you work.

About EA We exist to inspire the world to play. Through innovative technology and immersive storytelling, we deliver new ways of experiencing worlds of interactive entertainment for our millions of players worldwide. Our strength lies in the diversity of our people, combining creativity, innovation and passion. We fully champion inclusive culture, and provide opportunities for growing, learning, and leading that allows for the most impactful and rewarding work of our teams’ careers. We put our people first, and we make sure they’re taken care of both in and out of the office. As we reflect on our learnings and successes from remote work, we aim to provide dynamic, collaborative and flexible work environments for our teams. Our employees connect through our Employee Resource Groups, which are actively involved in driving business decisions every step of the way. But our support doesn’t end at the workplace—we also encourage a balanced lifestyle with paid time off and new parent leave, free video games, fitness reimbursement and more. Our goal is to provide a safe, respectful and inspiring workplace for all of our employees. Through our diversity, equity, inclusion and social responsibility programs, we’re doing the work to give everyone the space to be their full selves while giving back to our community. We’re looking for problem-solvers, game-changers, innovators, dreamers, doers—people that are ready to move the needle and build on our success. As our industry accelerates, we aren’t just keeping up—we’re staying ahead of the game. Electronic Arts is an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, genetic information, religion, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, marital status, family status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Electronic Arts also makes workplace accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities as required by applicable law.