Department: Engineering

Reports to: Engineering Principal Program Manager

Location: Remote

Employment Type: Full-time, Remote

Start Date: ASAP

Who we are: 

Fabric is a modern commerce platform that gives retailers tools to create world-class shopping experiences for mid-market enterprises. We champion a new, harmonious way of doing business that emphasizes connectedness and collaboration over competition and dominance. This is showcased in our products that rely on microservices, APIs, and easy integrations, and in our globally distributed team that genuinely cares about its customers. Our founders directed groundbreaking commerce initiatives at Amazon, Staples, Google and eBay. We're growing fast and looking for more awesome people to join us.

 

Your next career: 

As a Technical Project Manager you will be responsible for multiple projects that require coordination across multiple engineering teams and/or business units. You will be the knower of truth with regards to the current status and any challenges or obstacles. You will be a broadcaster of information so that other teams can maintain situational awareness of the status of your projects. You will turn chaos into order. You will herd cats.

Your Responsibilities: 

As a Technical Project Manager you will:

  • work closely with the Product Manager to ensure that the delivery of the right product happens in a safe and timely manner
  • Coordinate with other technical project managers and technical program managers to ensure information is flowing to the right people at the right time.
  • Utilize Jira and Confluence to effectively manage and document projects.
  • Play the role of Scrum Master to perform Agile ceremonies, demos and retrospectives, and create Agile artifacts. 
  • Help ensure that Jira is a source of truth for the status of work.
  • Identify when to have productive meetings and who the right people are to attend in order to facilitate delivery or unblocking a team.

What you bring to the table: 

  • You have a technical degree/certification or at least 2 years of practical experience
  • You have worked with highly technical software development teams
  • You have guided teams by using Agile Scrum methodologies to deliver software
  • You have worked cross functionally with developers, product managers, and other business stakeholders
  • You have experience with the Atlassian suite of tools, mainly Jira and Confluence

What we bring to the table:

  • Competitive compensation packages
  • PTO and Holiday plans
  • Benefits packages which include Medical, Dental, Life, and Vision
  • Fast-paced, fun and collaborative environment 
  • A team invested in you both personally and professionally

 

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