Technical Program Manager, EMEA



Full time


Mar 10

Technical Program Managers are responsible for aligning teams and implementing key programs for the entire R&D organization. They are the connective tissues that bridge teams across the organization. 

In one year you’ll know you were successful if…

  • Delivered on key initiatives critical to the success of Chainalysis
  • Improved the operational rhythm (repeatable annual and quarterly planning lifecycle, team all hands) of the R&D team that includes Engineering, Product, Design and Research 
  • Leading successful staff and department all-hands.
  • Partnered closely with other functions including HR, Legal, Finance, GTM to communicate status of high visibility projects and drive increased alignment.
  • Used cross-functional knowledge to understand issues, trends, and perspectives that may influence the team’s roadmaps.

A background like this helps: 

  • Multiple years of experience driving projects end-to-end independently, including evaluating, defining and improving end-to-end processes
  • Strong skill in communication and experience working with technical management teams to develop systems, solutions, and products.
  • Through knowledge of SCRUM Methodologies, SCRUM certification(s) a plus!
  • Experience presenting complex business and technical plans to senior leadership
  • Knowledge of Jira and Confluence and applying best practices to track execution of projects
  • Experience identifying and managing program risk
  • Able to ruthlessly prioritize, driving decisions based on data
  • Able to adapt to a high growth environment where the business changes rapidly
  • Bachelor's degree in a technical field preferred

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