Purpose
 
At Box, we strive to promote a culture of transparency and inclusiveness, we aim to execute quickly, and we are committed to doing the right thing for our customers and partners. We value holistic program managers who are life-long learners, passionate about continuous improvement for themselves, the teams they support, and their programs.
 
Why the team needs you
 
Box is a lot more than just file storage, syncing and sharing. Every business in the world is looking to modernize the way that they work. Our product offers many features to companies that enable them to trust Box with their most sensitive content and make them productive within and outside their organization. This is where Box thrives and what differentiates us from the competition. We are changing the way people work on a global scale.
 
We believe that the cloud and mobile technologies are reinventing how we all work - it allows us to work smarter, where teams achieve goals faster and the distractions are minimized through automation.  
 
Why Box needs you
 
We are looking for a Senior Technical Program Manager who will partner with Product and Engineering teams to build the next generation of Digital Business that will transform how teams and businesses collaborate together and power their business day in and day out. You will join a diverse, fast-paced team that works together to build new, easy-to-use products that help Box’s customers get their work done efficiently. If you enjoy driving solutions for large-scale growth challenges alongside a strong tight-knit team, then we think you'll find this opportunity compelling!
 
The Technical Program Management team partners with Product and Engineering leaders to plan and execute complex technical programs. From driving planning to managing highly cross-functional dependencies to communicating vertically and horizontally across the company, the team relies on you to keep stakeholders aligned and informed. We also need you to keep an eye out for process improvements to enhance execution and efficiency within the teams involved. Our team is very big on supporting one another and loves to learn and share new findings. We all have a super power and we are looking forward to leveraging yours!
 
Why you need Box
 
We have a growing set of strategic Engineering initiatives that need steering from inception to launch. That's where you come in and drive innovation for Box! This is your opportunity to work on Engineering initiatives that are key to Box's growth and innovation, and therefore crucial to our success as a business. The impact of these programs will require you to coordinate between development, product, go-to-market, finance, compliance, legal, and security teams to name a few. You will act as a strategic partner to VPs and Directors of these areas with weekly interaction and updates on execution and delivery of programs you own. In this role you will be involved in shaping the strategic direction engineering is taking. You will develop a strong leadership DNA and acquire the necessary skills to lead a team. This role will provide you all the fundamentals, relationships, and impact necessary to elevate your career.
 
Who you are
 
You are an experienced Technical Program Manager, with at least 7 years of experience in the Program Management space. We hope that you'll bring your unique skill set and passion to add to the colorful dynamic of our team, while also bringing an analytical perspective to problem-solving and a love for negotiating cross-functionally and at an executive level. You will also ideally have strong technical aptitude and experience in software/system design and development methodologies (including Agile). Things change quite frequently here at Box, so an intrinsic ability to deal with ambiguity and having a flexible and adaptive mindset will be key.

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