Manager, Product & Technology Jobs in Bellevue, WA at T-Mobile
Title: Manager, Product & Technology
Location: Bellevue, WA
Salary: $100K – $150K*
Category: Telecommunications & Hardware
The Manager, Product & Technology for Human Resources (HR) & Corporate Real Estate (CRE) domains is responsible for executing the design, product and technical build, support and maintenance of a key product or limited product portfolio, as well as the supporting technology capabilities and infrastructure that support that product in an Agile driven environment. Most often leading teams of 5 – 10 FTE, and may lead teams of onshore and offshore contracting companies. Direct reporting line may include team(s) of Product Manager(s), Product Owner(s), technical and solution architecture, DevOps management, UI / UX, Test, as well as full stack Software Development.
Manager is also responsible for attracting, hiring, retaining a high performing, full stack, team of Product Managers, Software Developers, architects, other members of technical staff to support products and platforms. This role is also directly accountable for developing strong and productive relationships outside your direct teams with Customer or Customer representative teams, partner organizations, dependent technology teams, and supporting vendors.
Responsible for managing a team of Engineers, Product Owners, Analysts and Scrum Masters to lead Learning, Digital Services and CRE (Corporate Real Estate) technology delivery. The role will partner with business stakeholders, product management team P&T partner teams to execute long-term strategies from design through delivery and support. The role requires application of the technical knowledge to take products and services through the entire delivery lifecycle –
high-level and low-level design, configuration and development, quality and performance test and application support.
What you’ll do in your role.
Strategy, Vision, and Analysis
Works in collaboration with Sr Manager and / or Director to develop strategy, plan, goals (outcomes) for their scope of business. Collaboration should extend to customer teams and groups, as well as close working teams within P&T.
Supports Product Team with enterprise process to secure and maintain product funding. Works to resolve any blockers or issues with product funding.
Designs and develops methods and tools to measure team performance striking a balance between customer or technology-based innovation, quality, speed to market, Agile team velocity, cost.
Provides review and guidance to Product Management team on product vision, strategy, roadmap for product(s) or group of products, methods and frequency of customer research and feedback, ROI analysis / funding, including identification and remediation of possible gaps.
Regularly cascades to direct reports Vision, Strategy, and goal-based communications from executive and direct leadership.
Business & Technical Execution
Regularly provides review and guidance to Product Management team on execution related responsibilities. This includes:
Product Backlog structure and prioritization, process.
Participation in Big Room (Program Increment) planning, and other major Agile sessions and ceremonies.
Customer reviews and demos.
Customer and Leadership level communications.
Fosters strong working relationships with high dependency delivery teams outside of reporting vertical (Engineering, other P&T teams outside immediate reporting structure).
Fields and responds or forwards customer or Leadership escalations, as appropriate.
Manages delivery accountabilities of vendor or vendor resour…
T-Mobile International AG is a German holding company for Deutsche Telekom AGs various mobile communications subsidiaries outside Germany. Based in Bonn, Germany, its subsidiaries operate GSM, UMTS and LTE-based cellular networks in Europe, the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The company has financial stakes in mobile operators in both Central and Eastern Europe. The T-Mobile brand is present in 13 European countries – Austria, Croatia (as Hrvatski telekom), Czech Republic, Albania, Germany (as Telekom), Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania and Slovakia, as well as the United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. It was present in the United Kingdom up until 2010, when T-Mobile and Orange S.A. merged to form EE. Globally, T-Mobile International subsidiaries have a combined total of approximately 230 million subscribers. T-Mobile International is the worlds fifteenth-largest mobile-phone service provider by subscribers and the fourth-largest multinational after the UKs Vodafone, Indias Airtel, and Spains Telefónica.