Portfolio Staff Program Manager
Posted on 11/7/2023
Online multiplayer gaming and digital media delivery service
Playstation's mission is to deliver new joy, excitement and awe to everyone. The company builds software and hardware for gaming consoles and content.
Foster City, California
Growth & Insights
6 month growth↓ -82%
1 year growth↓ -81%
2 year growth↓ -78%
San Diego, CA, USA
- 10+ years direct or related work experience leading complex program portfolios in a gaming, technology, consumer electronics, or other related field.
- Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent experience.
- Highly organized, dedicated, team player that takes initiative and can influence outcomes autonomously in a matrix organization.
- Excellent communication and presentation skills, capable of successfully communicating with all levels of the organization.
- Strong analytical, problem-solving skills.
- Experience in the gaming industry is not required, but interest in gaming is strongly desired.
- Drive and manage the global product portfolio processes for our core product development platform and key programs, including managing new intakes, prioritization, resource allocation, communication, and reporting.
- Collaborate with product management, engineering, design, finance, and others to ensure a seamless execution of the portfolio management process.
- Identify potential risks and challenges that threaten the product portfolio and track mitigation plans.
- Provide a single source of truth and visibility on the status and health of the portfolio through reports based on key performance metrics and data.
- Create and manage a governance process and cadence to review the portfolio, evaluate new requests, and prioritize the portfolio to meet business needs.
- Continuously develop and implement process improvements.
- Some travel (domestic & international) may be required, as well as in-office collaboration in line with our hybrid working policy.
- Experience working in a global company and team preferred.
- Previous use of established portfolio management methodologies (e.g., PMI’s PfMP, SAFe’s Lean Portfolio Management) is welcome but not required.