We are headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan but will hire the right candidate to work remotely. 


Security teams need an accurate inventory of their organization’s Internet-facing assets along with prioritized and actionable risk information. Censys maintains the largest, most accurate and most credible map of the Internet, and we’re using that map to discover Internet-facing assets and risks for security practitioners. Censys provides a detailed demarcation of the perimeter and identifies risks to help security practitioners defend their organizations.

Censys is seeking a Program Manager with a passion to empower and steer teams towards each vital new project milestone on the road ahead. You will play a key role in the delivery of projects and change initiatives for our teams ultimately leading towards increased team velocity and customer happiness. You will be responsible for supporting our Product and Engineering teams and coaching them to continually improve at estimation, planning sprint backlogs, and being effective in sprint ceremonies. You will also be responsible for helping to communicate between Product, Engineering, UX and the other parts of the organization including but not limited to Marketing, Sales, and senior leadership.

We expect all of our employees to consider customer happiness as our primary goal and a willingness to come to work everyday with a great attitude, both eager to learn and educate, which helps to make us a better organization every day.


What You’ll Do

  • Manage multiple projects leveraging Agile processes, partnering with Product, Engineering, UX and anyone else necessary to ensure on-time, and on-budget, quality delivery
  • Facilitate Scrum of Scrums twice weekly with Engineering and PM leads to track dependencies and remove impediments
  • Track progress through Agile metrics such as backlog tracking, burndown metrics, velocity, etc. Provide insight and actionable data to help the teams see where they can improve. Review Agile metrics weekly with program stakeholders. 
  • Help establish Engineering KPIs and build Jira dashboards to track the KPIs
  • Define and document the software development lifecycles and associated policies
  • Work closely with very technical teams specializing in security, advanced computing, and data engineering
  • Promote a culture of agile leadership to ensure the continuous improvement of agile methods and lead improvements to the efficiency and effectiveness of the program
  • Manage project delivery with our strategic outsourcing partner in Argentina
  • Responsible for developing our training programs. Work with stakeholders to develop a series of training programs that all of engineering will go through to build both their Industry domain and Censys domain knowledge.
  • Responsible for the end-to-end program delivery, ensuring that when the feature goes GA we have alignment with product marketing around go-to-market activities, that sales training is scheduled, support is trained and ready to support the new features, etc. 
  • Provide clear ownership for and visibility of the resolution of all project risks and issues
  • Provide regular and constructive feedback to team members, team leads, and their line managers


What You’ll Bring:

  • 3+ years of experience as a Program Manager
  • Experience working with growing organizations
  • A desire to be part of a close knit group that wants to solve hard problems as a team, with a real interest in problem solving and focus on results 
  • A desire to foster a culture of communication and collaboration over specs and process
  • Ability to work independently, with excellent personal organization and ability to demonstrate good judgement and logical prioritization of tasks
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including facilitation and coaching, and ability to lead and influence other
  • Experience in the use of tools and techniques to facilitate effective project delivery


We value diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Censys is an equal opportunity employer.

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