Qualcomm is looking for an experienced Product Management candidate who will join the product management team responsible for enabling Windows Phone on Qualcomm chipsets.
A successful candidate will perform all functions related to Windows Phone Product Management, align roadmaps with peers in the Silicon Product Management team, and work with the company's outbound marketing team to communicate the message. He or she will also manage a select set of closely tied ecosystem partners as part of the role.
Key tasks will include the need to meet with partners, customers and prospects to identify and prioritize requirements, and then work with Engineering to define a product roadmap. Areas of focus will include the boot code and BSP/drivers for the base 3rd party OS, drivers for the user interface technology, integration of Qualcomm's multimedia engines into the OS, and integration between the OS and modem communication stack. These tasks will be aligned with rollout plans for specific chipsets.
The candidate will also work on promoting the Windows Phone related solutions on Qualcomm chipsets to customers and prospects; both through direct customer interaction, as well as working with the outbound marketing team on collateral, speaking events, and articles.
She or he will also act as the primary contact to a set of close ecosystem partners, to ensure tight roadmap alignment with Qualcomm's Mobile OS-related silicon roadmap.
5 plus years' experience in Product Management/Development in one of the following end markets; embedded software/firmware, cellular wireless silicon, system on chip semiconductors. Candidate must possess a thorough understanding of the software development lifecycle; and 3 or more years in a product management role.
Detailed knowledge of the Mobile Phone SW architecture and expertise in mobile development is a must.
Knowledge of Windows Drivers, voice and multimedia communications standards and key ecosystem technology providers are a plus.
Bachelor's in Engineering discipline is required
Billions, maybe trillions of times a day…
That’s how often people around the world touch something made better by Qualcomm....