Who we are:

Argo AI is a global self-driving products and services company on a mission to make the world’s streets and roadways safe, accessible, and useful for all. Our technology is built to enable commercial services for autonomous delivery and ridesharing in cities. 

With experienced leaders in the field and collaborative partnerships with some of the world’s top consumer brands, we’re working block by block, city by city to empower people and businesses to be more successful. We’re individuals driven by strong values to solve complex problems together. Come join us to reimagine the human journey.

Meet the team:

The Technical Program Manager, Future programs will serve as a member of the Product Launch Initiatives (PLI) Team, working cross-functionally with Software, Hardware, Systems, Test and Vehicle Operation teams to develop, maintain and drive Argo AI’s org-level program plans that deliver our self-driving technology into partner vehicles. 

This role will focus on projects that start with a high level concept that needs to be explored and scoped out, such as the implementation of new HW, features and capabilities, creation of program timelines and deliverables across all product development work-streams for this new technology, and planning that eventually supports deployment in new cities.

What you’ll do: 

  • Work with Autonomous Vehicle software and hardware teams to develop and optimize timing and interdependencies with complex HW-SW integration deliverables that include but are not limited to perception, machine learning, simulation, tracking, hardware, systems and infrastructure
  • Assess the risk and viability of technology upgrades to existing programs while ensuring timely delivery of program deliverables and system capabilities according to an evolving and fast-paced program schedule
  • Maintain a strong technical understanding of the entirety of the program across the entire program lifecycle
  • Interface regularly with highly-technical team leads, program managers, product managers and the executive team
  • Facilitate discussions and negotiations of deliverables with OEM partners on Argo AI’s relevant milestones, when intercept to an existing program is identified and own the delivery of the new capability to that program
  • Regularly present and maintain a snapshot of risks and issues for the entire effort and effectively communicate with the executive teams at Argo and our OEM partners

What you'll need to succeed:

  • Degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Robotics or a related field
  • Previous work experience must include:
  • Hyper-organized mindset, able to be an influencer of projects to lead development, operations, and logistics toward a common goal
  • Works effectively under extreme pressure - consistently delivers excellent results and high output rates in a fast-paced environment
  • Skilled at developing processes and keeping them lean and effective.
  • Strong problem-solving abilities: able to formulate solutions quickly by using a breadth and depth of knowledge / connections / etc and comfortable with making pragmatic assumptions with little data available
  • Skill developing detailed implementation plans, maintain alignment, and monitor program status across multiple activities to reduce or remove dependencies
  • We operate as a team, so good teamwork and communication skills are essential

What we offer you:

  • High-quality individual and family medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Competitive compensation packages
  • Employer-matched 401(k) retirement plan with immediate vesting
  • Employer-paid group term life insurance and the option to elect voluntary life insurance 
  • Paid parental leave
  • Adoption & Surrogacy Assistance Program
  • Paid medical leave
  • 30 day ​​paid sabbatical upon 5 years of employment
  • Unlimited vacation
  • Complimentary daily lunches, beverages, and snacks
  • Pre-tax commuter benefits
  • Monthly wellness stipend 
  • Professional development reimbursement
  • Employee assistance program
  • Discounted programs that include legal services, identity theft protection, pet insurance, and more
  • Company and team bonding outlets: employee resource groups, quarterly team activity stipend, and wellness initiatives

Our Background:

Argo AI was founded in 2016 by industry experts with extensive experience building robotic systems for commercial applications. Our once-small team has since grown into an over 1,700-person strong company with strategic partnerships with some of the world’s leading consumer brands. With global headquarters in Pittsburgh, we operate in eight cities across the U.S. and Germany in areas where self-driving technology can have the biggest impact on improving safety, traffic, and transportation equity.

At Argo AI, we believe that embracing differences delivers superior results. We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to an inclusive environment for all employees.

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