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Technical Program Manager II (UX Focused)

San Francisco, CA


Placement Type:


Salary (USD):

$94 to $105 an hour

Start Date:


Our tech client is looking for a UX-focused Program Manager to oversee the review and approval process for Search Results Page UI. Also lead the QA of framework designs within the SRP UX team.

Overall Responsibilities: 

  • Manage 4 forums for live experiments and launches on the Search Results Page.
  • Take detailed notes, ensure follow up (partnering with SRPX PgM), ensure the right decision makers and advisors are in the room, log decisions.
  • Ensure the forum attendees are aligned on a forward course of action.
  • Oversee the QA process for UI for SRP launches and LEs. Collaborate with TPgMs.

Mandatory Skills/Qualifications:

  • 5+ years product development experience in UX
  • Experience working with UX teams at this level of scale, fluency in the product development process
  • Familiar with Figma and Google Workspace tools (cal, slides, sheets, etc)


  • Communications Management (PgM/TPgM) – Ability to listen effectively to stakeholders, to communicate program goals, progress, and health to them in a manner tailored to their interests and concerns at all levels, and to drive understanding and inform decisions. Typical artifacts include communications plans, metrics and status reports, decision logs, newsletters, and websites.
  • Continuous Improvement (PgM/TPgM) – Ability to establish systems to identify improvements and drive future needs around business processes, products, or services on an ongoing basis, through measurement of performance, progress, and success metrics. Typical artifacts include metric plans (e.g., leading and trailing KPIs), dashboards, trend analyzes, control charts, and retrospectives.
  • Execution and Governance (PgM/TPgM) – Ability to organize and manage the activities that lead to the outcomes of a project: what, who, when, and how (e.g., schedule, staffing, features) to deliver results on time. Effectively monitor and communicate progress, risks, and mitigations. Typical artifacts include governance plans, project trackers, status reports, OKRs, retrospectives, and escalation reports.
  • Managing Organizational Change (PgM/TPgM) – Ability to discern when a change is appropriate and to drive change across the organization, working closely with partner teams to manage and communicate changes, introducing them in the least disruptive manner. Put systems and mechanisms in place to facilitate future changes. Typical artifacts include rollout plans and impact analyzes.
  • Planning (PgM/TPgM) – Ability to identify stakeholders and work with them to strategize, plan, and prioritize objectives, estimate task durations, and ensure schedules and dependencies are aligned and support those objectives. Leverage a variety of methodologies (e.g., Agile, Waterfall) to make teams most effective. Typical artifacts include proposals, program charters, project plans, OKRs, roadmaps, and risk registers.
  • Stakeholder Management (PgM/TPgM) – Ability to forge and maintain effective program teams within and across an organization, understand and address their needs and health, and support them throughout the lifecycle of their undertaking. Typical artifacts include RACI charts, stakeholder maps, OKRs, and CSAT reports.
  • Technical Judgment (PgM/TPgM) – Ability to assess engineering problems (see SWE Knowledge and Skills for reference), understand the interplay between program and technical issues, and contribute to shaping technical directions. Typical artifacts include technical analyzes, bugs and CLs, Eng Review presentations, and technical roadmaps and white papers.

The target hiring compensation range for this role is the equivalent of $94 to $105 an hour. Compensation is based on several factors including, but not limited to education, relevant work experience, relevant certifications, and location. Additional benefits offered may include; medical health insurance and dental insurance, life insurance, and eligibility to participate in 401k plan with company match.

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Client Description

A giant in the Tech Industry, this company’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. This company is committed to continuing to make diversity, equity, and inclusion part of everything they do—from how they build their products to how they build their workforce. Consistently named one of Forbes top employers, this company works hard to attract, retain and progress the best Talent.

A career here gives you the opportunity to be part of something bigger:

  • Expanding Opportunity – Providing people with information, tools and services to help them build knowledge, fuel curiosity, and unlock opportunity.

  • Protecting Users – Keeping billions of people safer online.

  • Including all Voices – Building a world where progress, equitable outcomes, diversity, and inclusion can be realities both inside and outside our workplace.

  • Responding to Crisis – Helping those affected by crisis through products, people and partners.

  • Advancing Sustainability – Unifying practices, partnerships, and products around a single mission — to foster sustainability at scale.

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