About the role

We are looking for a Technical Program Manager who will be responsible for the operational aspects of the engineering organization with emphasis on product-oriented programs and initiatives that span multiple teams and organizations. The TPM will have a strong bias for action and be able to influence teams to level up our execution to meet our commitments. They will have passion for delivering great products and achieving high customer loyalty. This role will be based out of our SF HQ.

What you will be doing:

  • Own product initiatives across the engineering team and the company.
  • Implement and improve processes (e.g. planning, quarterly reviews, etc.)
  • Identify cross-team dependencies and drive dependency management inside and outside the organization.
  • Have an operational mindset to identify gaps in processes and shepherd change management/communication across teams to keep everyone aligned.
  • Educate and instill best practices in the team.
  • Use technical knowledge and product mindset to prioritize and guide high impact projects and initiatives

Who you are:

  • 5+ years of experience in TPM or engineering experience.
  • You communicate well and influence well with everyone in the company.
  • Track record in project planning and execution.
  • Experience in site reliability initiatives.

Additional Job details

The base salary range for this position is $150k - $230k annually.

Compensation may vary outside of this range depending on a number of factors, including a candidate’s qualifications, skills, competencies and experience. Base pay is one part of the Total Package that is provided to compensate and recognize employees for their work at Sigma Computing. This role is eligible for stock options, as well as a comprehensive benefits package.

If you do not feel that you satisfy all the listed requirements, we encourage you to still apply. We are enthusiastically looking for people that will help us grow our company and sometimes we are imperfect communicators and can’t articulate perfectly what experience is required for a role. We are looking for people that are excited to grow and constantly ask how we can do things better. If you are excited about the opportunity, we encourage you to apply even if you don’t satisfy 100% of the job requirements.

Note: The world around us is changing, but we at Sigma Computing are growing and scaling. We raised our Series C in Dec 2021. With that, and us being able to 3X our revenue year on year, hiring and building out the best version of our product is priority. That is why we want to talk to you.

About us:

At Sigma Computing, our mission is to empower everyone to make the best possible decisions at every turn by removing the barriers that prevent people from analyzing data across sources and delivering the full spectrum of self-service cloud analytics and business intelligence.

We raised a $300M Series C from Co-Leads D1 Capital Partners and XN, Existing Investors Sutter Hill Ventures and Altimeter Capital, and Snowflake Ventures.

Come join us to help us be smarter and grow together!

Benefits For Our Full-Time Employees:

  • Equity
  • Generous health benefits
  • Flexible time off policy. Take the time off you need!
  • Flexible schedule, do the work you need to get done in the time you have to get it done
  • At least 12 weeks of paid bonding time for all new parents
  • Traditional and Roth 401k
  • Commuter and FSA benefits

Sigma Computing is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to building a smart and strong team regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. We look forward to learning how your experience can enable all of us to grow.

Note: We have a hybrid work environment in both of our SF & newly opened NYC office.

 

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