Program Development Manager Salary
A Program Development Manager earns an average salary of $67,030 per year.
|Salary||$39,202 - $110,196|
|Bonus||$375.00 - $19,000|
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|$39,360 - $120,805|
Job Description for Program Development Manager
A program development manager's role is to follow through a product's development and record the steps followed throughout the creation. A program development manager communicates to all team members associated with the development of the product about goals and scheduling.Read More...
The manager's scheduling duties consist of creating a schedule that insures a product with high quality and the ability for it to be completed by the deadline. The manager is the foreperson of production and the face of the company to the client. A program development manager needs the ability to lead a team through the creation of the product and the life of the product after release. The manager's team consists of a support group for the product who have the ability to handle all legal issues, including contracts and financing.
Most program development managers will have a degree in software engineering, computer science, or a related degree. A manager also needs a proven track record of success within companies of a similar size. A program development manager's work schedule consists of differing time frames. When a product is being developed, more work will need to be done. As the product reaches final stages of production, less work will be needed from the manager. The manager usually works in an office, but occasional traveling to clients is required to insure the product is being created with both visions in mind.
Program Development Manager Tasks
- Guide and coordinate priority projects, including setting goals and identifying funding.
- Research and explain competitive and cooperative opportunities and challenges.
- Assess and evaluate needs, services, impacts and operational metrics.
- Create and maintain strong relationships with external partners and regulatory bodies.
Pay by Experience Level for Program Development Manager
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