We are seeking a strong senior manager to direct the successful adoption of Adobe’s Business Platform (including Commerce, Enterprise Provisioning, Identity Management) by newly acquired companies.
To accomplish this, this role will lead a team of Technical Program Managers (TPgMs) and supervise a portfolio of programs that drive the integration of acquired companies’ product / solutions into Adobe’s platform(s) and services.
The leader will navigate through a matrixed organization, working through complex technical solutions, heavy inter-dependent projects, and contending priorities to deliver on-time quality solutions.
The candidate is expected to be able to lead through influence and use relationships built.
What you’ll do
Manage the end-to-end planning, execution, and delivery of the portfolio of integration programs, including : project requirements and schedule dedication, resource planning and management, execution tracking, risks / issues remediation, and reporting.
Coach, mentor, and manage a worldwide team of TPgM’s, ensuring the collective progression of talent and performance; as the project complexities grow, so must our talent.
Engage in and impact discussions and decisions regarding integration strategies, prioritization and capacity planning; additionally, will be the go to person for major questions, issues, or escalations in this area
Calibrate and operate at various altitudes : able to present and influence at the C / Senior-level stakeholders, while also being able to immerse into the details to unblock teams during planning and execution.
Collaborate with Product Management, Architecture, Engineering, and business partners to execute Adobe’s strategies.
Implement best-practices, working without constraints on the benefit the Technical Program Management role brings to Adobe.
Understand and bring clarity to complex technical challenges, and successfully articulate and navigate through options that deliver the best customer experience
Participate with management teams in crafting materials and models used for quarterly and annual recasting of initiatives and priorities.
Create material(s) that can be consumed at various levels of the organization from executive-level presentations, to execution focused materials to be consumed by project / program teams.
Be relentless on focus and prioritization; ensuring ALL team members have clear line of sight on the must nails , and align all program elements to ensure success.
What you need to succeed :
BS in Computer Science or related technical field or experience; with an understanding the what, why, and how the machinery works
Track-record having delivered in a SaaS-based business, with skills and relevant experience building / delivering on an application platform (vs.
1-time / 1-and-done project delivery).
Technical knowledge of API’s and services; being able to translate and navigate teams through complex technical issues.
Self-starter w / 10+ years of dynamic project / program management experience leading all aspects of a large B2C / B2B portfolio
Previous experience with product integrations, M&A work strongly preferred.
Knowledge of subscriptions, subscription management, customer acquisition and retention strategies, industry KPI’s and standard methodologies.
Experience leading a portfolio in cloud services based organization; driving resiliency and optimizations to ensure a positive customer experience.
Be able to work well across organizations and form relationships with a globally-diverse workforce.
Solid knowledge of the Scrum methodology, portfolio management, resource management, business process management, and budget management.
Previous experience with projects related to data privacy, storage, security and other compliance-related work desired.
Pursuant to the Colorado Fair Pay Act, below is a summary of compensation elements for this role at the company if based in Colorado.
Colorado Starting Salary : $158,000 - $205,200
At Adobe, for sales roles starting salaries are expressed as total target compensation (TTC base + commission), and short-term incentives are in the form of sales commission plans.
Non-sales roles starting salaries are expressed as base salary and short-term incentives are in the form of the Annual Incentive Plan (AIP).
In addition, certain roles may be eligible for long-term incentives in the form of a new hire equity award.