iPad Multitouch Embedded Technology Engineering Program Manager

    • Cupertino, CA


Posted: Nov 9, 2019

Weekly Hours: 40

Role Number: 200122128

The iPad Sensor SW EPM team is looking for the skills of a project/program manager to help deliver multitouch technologies on Apple iPad products. The EPM will partner with core team and cross-functional stakeholders to deliver production quality firmware, algorithms and software. The role includes planning for technology deliverables into product and enabling completion of deliverables by understanding problems from different perspectives, influencing for change, and cultivating team dynamics through communication and transparency.

Key Qualifications

  • 2+ years of Project or Program Management experience for a technical deliverable
  • Understand and deal well with rapid development cycles; remain flexible and calm in the face of uncertainty.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, organizational and leadership skills; ability to inspire team members.
  • Self-motivated and enthusiastic with demonstrated creative and critical thinking capabilities.


Support early definition and drive closure of architecture and technical opens. Identify and highlight technical risk areas and mitigation strategies in partnership with Apple technologists. Multi-functionally communicate the key developments and updates on projects. Grasp complex technical topics and abstract key issues and risks into an actionable form. Build schedules, identify critical paths, and maintain throughout execution.

Education & Experience

Bachelors or higher degree in Electrical Engineering/Computer Science or related technical field

Additional Requirements

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