Principal Product Engineer
This position is responsible for defining and driving the architecture of future PlayStation and PlayStation ecosystem products! In this highly visible and multi-functional role, you will be a key bridge between multiple engineering organizations inside and outside of SIE.
The successful applicant is:
- A strong engineer with a computer architecture background, a deep understanding of both hardware and software, and the ability to weigh tradeoffs between different specialized system areas.
- A self-motivator with initiative and a track record of driving multiple products from concept definition through customer ship and sustaining development.
- An excellent communicator, presenter, persuader, and negotiator.
- Comfortable working through ambiguity and making things happen.
- Quick to understand, promote, and own the productization of new technologies.
- Used to working with remote and international engineering teams.
- A strong troubleshooter and hands-on fixer.
- Not necessarily always right, but always committed to make things right.
- A gamer at heart despite being an engineer in mind.
- Own architecture definition of new products.
- Perform system scoping, resourcing, performance, and customer experience analysis.
- Collaborate with multi-functional teams to understand their constraints and goals.
- Analyze, recommend, and explain sound strategic decisions when faced with uncertainty and/or disagreements.
- Build and evaluate product concepts to explore architecture paths as needed.
- Present proposals, status, and decisions to executives.
- 15+ years of proven experience in gaming and/or consumer software and hardware products.
- Masters in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or equivalent fields.
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