Build and support our products.
Program managers work alongside technical teams to make sure products are delivered efficiently and on time. Program managers perform the following functions:
- Steward product releases
- Work on cross-functional teams to plan, track, and execute product delivery
- Manage high-impact cross-team and cross-area programs
- Engage with key customers on product direction and requirements for cutting-edge technology
Top job candidates have previous experience in program management, development, or QE at companies developing highly complex and technical products. Candidates need sharp critical, technical, and communication skills to build relationships, solve problems, make decisions, and build consensus.
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Awards & Recognition
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Ravi, Program Manager
“The best part of being a program manager at MathWorks is the breadth and depth of work you can be part of. I support cross-functional teams (developers, quality engineers, user experience specialists…) and help them become more efficient and effective in managing and delivering their projects. I manage strategic programs that involve teams and functions spanning the entire organization. I enjoy being part of a highly collaborative environment where everyone wants to do the right thing in every aspect of work.”
Antoine, Program Manager
“I enjoy the opportunity to collaborate with a group of highly talented peers across a variety of strategic programs. I am able to frequently exchange new ideas and approaches to solve challenging problems and achieve meaningful results for our product teams. Our pursuit of excellence, strong work ethic, and innovative spirit is delightfully contagious!”
Irene, Program Manager
“I get to work with some of the smartest people I’ve ever worked with – they are passionate about the products they build and the company. There are endless opportunities to make a difference here as a program manager. My role ranges from setting program direction and scope to connecting organizational areas, from collaborating on product features to setting agenda for our annual user conference, from identifying small local process improvements to rolling out organizational process changes. My favorite part? Working with our engineers, and being inspired by their depth of knowledge and creativity to solve problems for our customers.”
Zhanna, Program Manager
“MathWorks has allowed (and encouraged!) me to leverage my previous experience and work collaboratively to apply that experience to processes and programs in development. I have the freedom to learn, be creative, and work collaboratively with smart and motivated teams. I was the program manager for the first release of the MATLAB Live Editor – a critical program for MathWorks where I worked with an excellent team of cross-functional leads. I felt empowered to help drive that program forward to a successful first release and then to evolve the program forward. We ran an internal contest using the Live Editor to get as much internal usage as possible. That was a lot of fun to coordinate and also extremely useful to the program! ”
Chen, Software Developer
“MathWorks is a place that inspires creativity, innovation, and cooperation. As the tech industry moves towards mobile and cloud, MathWorks is also following that trend. I enjoy our cutting-edge development environment because creating super cool features with a great impact feels awesome. The learning curve is always sharp here, and I have so much fun with the new technologies.”
Raj, Release Engineer
“At MathWorks, passion and culture are the best incubators for new innovations. Being part of the Release Engineering team at MathWorks empowers me to shepherd these innovations into our customers’ hands, thereby allowing them to realize their own.”
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