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Technical Program Manager Web3, Blockchain

Technical Program Manager Location: London, Soho Industry: Web3 | Blockchain | Tech Salary Range: Industry leading base, vesting tez (Tezos tokens) and great benefits The Role: Tri

Technical Program Manager


Location:
London, Soho


Industry:
Web3 | Blockchain | Tech


Salary Range:
Industry leading base, vesting tez (Tezos tokens) and great benefits


The Role:

Trilitech is seeking an experienced Technical Program Manager with a passion for tackling complex coordination challenges and to build software that touches different aspects of the product, from user-facing interfaces to deep infrastructure systems. The team comprises varied experience, skills and roles working together to build a state of the art web3 product.


Technical Program Manager Responsibilities:

  • Build strong and aligned program teams to efficiently deliver on shared goals.
  • Collaborate with Engineering and business owners to define program requirements, set priorities, and establish scope which includes defining the roadmap and long-term strategy of the teams that you are partnering with.
  • Manage cross functional dependencies, risks, and changes effectively by optimizing scope, schedule, and resources accordingly.
  • Develop and own communication plans to effectively and proactively communicate program status, issues, and risks to stakeholders.
  • Partner with cross functional teams to drive technical analysis, design, development, testing, implementation, and post implementation phases.
  • Define and track key metrics and key quality and performance indicators and drive cross functional execution of program deliverables.
  • Proactively identify and analyze complex, long-term, critical infrastructure problems with engineering leaders and stakeholders.
  • Influence product decisions to align with higher company initiatives.
  • Drive internal and external process improvements across multiple teams and functions including reducing the manual efforts through automation.


Qualifications:

  • B.S. in Computer Science or a related technical discipline, or equivalent experience.
  • Multiple years of software engineering, systems engineering, hardware engineering, or technical product/program management experience.
  • Experience delivering tech programs or products from inception to delivery.
  • Knowledge of user needs, gathering requirements, and defining scope.
  • Experience operating autonomously across multiple teams, demonstrated critical thinking, and thought leadership.
  • Communication experience and experience working with technical management teams to develop systems, solutions, and products.
  • Organisational, coordination and multi-tasking experience.
  • Analytical and problem-solving experience with large-scale systems.
  • Experience establishing work relationships across multi-disciplinary teams and multiple partners in different time zones


About
:

TriliTech is a Tezos blockchain R&D and Entrepreneur Hub based in London, UK. Our objective is to further develop and catalyse unique opportunities for the Tezos ecosystem, both on and off-chain. We are building a business development and adoption team to lead the global promotion of the Tezos blockchain, a leading layer 1 protocol launched in 2018. The ambition of TriliTech is to be a centre of excellence in everything we do and are hence looking to scale the team with the best of the best people in their respective fields.

Tezos is an open-source platform that addresses key barriers facing blockchain adoptions for assets and applications backed by a global community of validators, researchers and builders. Our current corporate partners include Redbull Racing, McLaren, Ubisoft, Societe Generale and many others. Projects built on the Tezos blockchain include Hic Et Nuc, Objkt.com, Interpop, OneOf and Kukai.


Benefits
:

  • Generous pension scheme
  • Tez Token Scheme
  • Flexible collection of workplace perks, e.g. season ticket loans, childcare vouchers, cycle to work programs, gym memberships, free snacks and drinks etc.
  • Flexible hybrid working policy
  • Life insurance
  • 25 days holiday and a day for your birthday


Culture:

We care deeply about our culture and have developed it across five key pillars:


Autonomy:
we believe in hiring great people, then giving them the space and flexibility to work in the way that’s best for them. We will agree on goals, and then expect you to decide how you want to pursue those goals.


Collaboration
: as a fast growing small business we all work together across multiple workstreams. We have a flat structure and encourage frank discussion, honesty and openness.


Learning and development:
the blockchain space is developing at an incredibly fast rate. Having a growth mentality and being open to continuous learning is an important part of our culture. It’s always OK to not know the answer to something and have to do some research! We cement this by offering more formal perks to help fund employees’ continued education.


Diversity and Inclusion:
inclusiveness is one of our blockchain’s core strengths, and in the same way we are committed to inclusiveness across all diversity dimensions. We are also actively looking for talent outside of the immediate blockchain space. What we primarily look for is general markers of excellence and ambition.


Mission driven:
we believe that the Tezos blockchain is going to change the world and our goal is to promote its adoption. Blockchain technology will power new positive change, increase the democratisation of previously restricted systems and create transparency and trust.


Our Values:


A desire to win
. Our highly competitive industry is driven by strong winner-take-all effects. We need to be the best.


A sense of urgency.
Our industry is fast paced, so we need to move quickly to stay ahead of the competition.


An ownership mindset.
We take pride in what we do. We take the initiative — without waiting for others to act to bring about positive outcomes — and we’re accountable for the results.


Pragmatism.
We prioritise and evaluate based on impact and concrete results.


Communication.
We broadcast to our colleagues our progress and our struggles often and eagerly. Because someone might need to know, someone might be able to help, we avoid information silos.

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