This is a completely remote role and must be located in the United States

RECUR is a technology company that designs & develops dedicated branded experiences that allow fans to buy, collect, and re-sell digital products and collectibles (NFTs). RECUR is the only blockchain-agnostic NFT platform ultimately giving its brand partners the widest range of distribution and their fan bases the widest range of utility. RECUR also co-authored the recurring royalty standard for NFTs, allowing for creators, artists, athletes, and brands to participate in the secondary sales of their assets in perpetuity.

The Product team is looking for a Technical Program Manager to lead feature releases and software updates. This candidate will be responsible for writing release plans, executing them across Product & Engineering teams, as well as other parts of the business, and then reporting on the conclusion and impact of the release. The candidate will also be responsible for advancing our sprint process by organizing scrum ceremonies, engineering artifacts, and reporting on defects.

What you will do at RECUR

  • Deeply understand the technicalities of how RECUR ships software
  • Gather business requirements, and create and monitor feature release plans
  • Write project specifications that solve business problems
  • Champion a QA mindset
  • Exceptional command of tools like Github, Jira, and Confluence
  • Work across all Scrum ceremonies 
  • Conduct a variety of testing (pre-release/smoke testing, integration tests, bug discovery, regression monitoring)

What you bring to RECUR

  • Previous experiences should include Technical Program Manager, Product Management, or Product Operations
  • 5+ years of experience working directly with Engineering or IT organizations
  • Expert in Github, Jira, and Confluence 
  • Strong technical writing and documentation skills
  • Comfortable analyzing data using tools like Datadog and SQL

Benefits & Perks

  • Commitment to being a remote-first company & embracing remote work best practices
  • Comprehensive insurance plans - health, dental, and vision + disability and life Insurance
  • Equity in RECUR
  • 401(k) with 2% company matching, no waiting period
  • Flexible Spending Account and Dependent Care Accounts
  • 4 weeks paid vacation, 11 company holidays, 3 floating holidays
  • Parental Leave - Primary & Secondary
  • $100 per month stipend for internet & cell phone
  • Learning and development reimbursement (including online courses, certifications, conferences, seminars, etc.)
  • Free monthly subscription to Headspace, Aaptiv, Omada
This is a completely remote role and can work anywhere in the US.
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