Staff Technical Product Program Manager
This position is responsible for the development of future PlayStation and PlayStation ecosystem products! In this highly visible and multi-functional role, you will lead multiple engineering, product planning, operations, marketing, and sales teams under a common banner and bring products to life.
The successful applicant is:
- An experienced veteran with a track record of taking complex consumer electronics products all the way from concept to systems architecture definition, engineering development, product validation, mass production ramp, and customer ship.
- A natural leader adept at drawing out the best in people and pairing them with partners that improve strengths and mitigate weaknesses.
- An excellent communicator, presenter, persuader, and negotiator.
- Unusually organized and self-motivated to Do The Right Thing.
- An extraordinary facilitator and connector, pulling the right people together from across the entire company to tackle product development challenges.
- Used to working with remote and international engineering teams.
- Always seeking perfection, but pragmatic enough to not let the perfect become the enemy of the good.
- Comfortable working through ambiguity and making things happen.
- Establish and maintain product feature baseline, scheduling, critical path(s), and technology risk areas.
- Support product definition and drive closure of systems architecture and engineering development gaps.
- Communicate status to senior executives and drive decisions at key moments that matter.
- Prioritize product development activities across multiple organizations.
- Work with operations, sales, and marketing teams to ensure successful product launch and follow through.
- 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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