**Considering candidates in San Mateo, Santa Barbara, or US-based remote**

The Director of Technical Project Management, Engineering is responsible for ensuring that Evidation delivers strategic value throughout the course of implementing new, high-impact health programs. Reporting to the Sr. Director of the Infrastructure and Operations, this individual will work collaboratively with cross-functional stakeholders at Evidation Health, as well as with strategic external partners to align program and product offerings, and ensure that deliverables meet the project’s objectives and timelines. This role requires a broad range of skills, including, but not limited to, relationship management, cross-functional communications, resource analysis, complex problem solving, project scoping, and team building. We are looking for an individual who will thrive when working with teams and are natural problem solvers.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Create an Engineering Project Management Office(PMO) function to focus on increasing the velocity of our engineering teams and the quality of our products
  • Define and implement Key Performance Indicators (KPI) targets for organizational effectiveness and efficiency
  • Ensure project plans and schedules are accurate and complete for all active projects
  • Create a 'Center of Excellence' to nurture program management practitioners and share knowledge of industry best practices
  • Lead activities to make the development process leaner and more agile
  • Set individual and team goals, employee development plans, and complete annual performance reviews
  • Monitor, measure, and report on project portfolio performance via reporting to multiple levels within the organization
  • Monitor resources project pipeline to ensure adequate PM coverage is available
  • Accountable to meet deadlines or provide appropriate advance notice if project tolerances and timelines are not met
  • Assess strengths and deficits of project management processes and standards and make recommendations for improvement
  • Create an environment that encourages and rewards teamwork, collaboration and encourages employee engagement
  • Assist in business process re-engineering initiatives
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QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Qualifications:

  • BA/BS in Computer Science, related degree or related experience
  • PMI, PSM, or Scrum Alliance certification preferred
  • Experience in forming and running a PMO
  • Strong organizational, administrative and project coordination skills, and the ability to effectively manage multiple priorities
  • Strong interpersonal skills, with the proven ability to listen, collaborate and build relationships with staff, clients, remote colleagues, supervisors, and others
  • Proven ability to effectively communicate when speaking and in writing, present to small groups and provide guidance and support to both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Able to, both independently and collaboratively, solve problems, make decisions, and support change, exercise sound judgment, ask questions and be open to the input and decisions of others
  • 10+ years’ of project/program management experience, with technical application and consumer facing software experience preferred

ABOUT EVIDATION

Evidation measures health in everyday life and enables anyone to participate in groundbreaking research and health programs. Built upon a foundation of user privacy and control over permissioned health data, Evidation's Achievement platform is trusted by millions of individuals—generating data with unprecedented speed, scale, and rigor. We partner with leading healthcare companies to understand health and disease outside the clinic walls. Guided by our mission to enable and empower everyone to participate in better health outcomes, Evidation is working to bring people individualized, proactive, and accessible healthcare—faster.

OUR VALUES

  • Put individuals first
  • Challenge each other and state your good intent
  • Go fast while maintaining quality and integrity
  • Work to win together

OUR BENEFITS & PERKS

  • Competitive salary + performance bonus + equity
  • Medical, dental, and vision benefits with generous company contribution
  • Company-provided life and disability insurance
  • 401(k) with company contribution
  • Wellness and wearable device reimbursements, mental health benefits, wellness programs
  • Employee advisory committee focused around diversity, equity, inclusion, and belongingness
  • Distributed teams and flexible work hours
  • Take time when you need it: 13 paid company holidays + flexible time off
  • Paid parental leave
  • Mobile phone, home internet, and home office furniture reimbursements
  • Apple laptop and your choice of monitor + noise cancelling headphones
  • LinkedIn Learning and other professional growth opportunities
EVIDATION HEALTH VALUES DIVERSITY AND IS COMMITTED TO EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL PERSONS WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, COLOR, CREED, RELIGION, MARITAL STATUS, AGE, NATIONAL ORIGIN OR ANCESTRY, POLITICAL ACTIVITY OR AFFILIATION, PHYSICAL OR MENTAL DISABILITY, MEDICAL CONDITION INCLUDING GENETIC CHARACTERISTICS, MARITAL STATUS, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER IDENTITY, SEX OR GENDER.

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