We are looking for an experienced manager who can drive complex cross-team projects, identify and resolve blockers, upskill the teams  and set them up for success. You will be working closely with Technology, Product,  BI teams, but also interacting and building relationships with other Vimeo departments. Vimeo is expanding rapidly serving more than 200M customers in 150 countries. Vimeo Product is on a mission to help everyone grow their business with video by making it easy to create and market high-quality, impactful videos. Technology department is focusing on best in class video quality, building stable platforms, high availability, robust data and modern infrastructure.  

Responsibilities:

  • Facilitate planning, execution and visibility for projects (and their expected product outcomes) spanning multiple engineering and non-engineering teams; be responsible for artifacts reflecting plans, progress, issues and risks.
  • Facilitate collaboration between teams, ensure cross-team dependencies are identified and acted on, mitigate delivery risks
  • Facilitate the adoption of Product and Engineering outcome based delivery process
  • Improve prioritization/alignment across the organization, create forums for cross Business Area prioritization
  • Based on teams capacity, perform better expectations management on what is not going to get done
  • Together with other stakeholders, introduce and help practice incident management processes
  • Contribute to building the tech programs of availability, cost optimization, continuous delivery, incident response and engineering velocity 
  • Help teams improve their internal operation
  • Help teams and stakeholders understand empirical and iterative product development
  • Actively support and encourage continuous improvement culture

Top Candidates will have experiences such as:

  • Worked closely with multiple engineering and non-engineering teams simultaneously to facilitate planning and product execution, work decomposition.
  • Defined metrics, and associated data collection within Jira in a consistent manner, while applying lean principles.
  • Configured and managed Jira workflows, team boards
  • Built information radiators in the Atlassian suite (or comparable).
  • Demonstrated strong presentation and communication skills.
  • Good understanding of Agile values and principles 
  • Experience with Data and BI projects is a strong plus

Qualifications:

  • Computer Science, Software Engineering, or similar degree desired, or equivalent industry experience
  • 5+ Years working in a capacity of Project or Program Manager, (an Agile Role as Scrum Master, Product Owner or Coach would be preferred)
  • 1-2 years working across multiple engineering teams for planning and reporting
  • Strong written & verbal communication skills
  • Flexible and open minded with a positive attitude

 

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About us:

Vimeo (NASDAQ: VMEO) is the world’s leading all-in-one video software solution. Our platform enables any professional, team, and organization to unlock the power of video to create, collaborate and communicate. We proudly serve our growing community of over 230 million users — from creatives to entrepreneurs to the world’s largest companies.

Vimeo is headquartered in New York City with offices around the world. At Vimeo, we believe our impact is greatest when our workforce of passionate, dedicated people, represents our diverse and global community. We’re proud to be an equal opportunity employer where diversity, equity and inclusion is championed in how we build our products, develop our leaders, and strengthen our culture.

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