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The Sr. Manager of the Field Technology Program Management Office (PMO) leads a team of Program Managers (PgMs) who lead and run key pivotal initiatives. The PgMs drive the operational planning, managing, tracking, reporting, communication, and execution of key programs across Adobe’s Field organization. Leading the PMO team requires both strategic and tactical approaches to ensure we deliver value on time. The Sr. Manager is required to lead and demonstrate the standard Program Management methodology across all team members, ensuring efficiency, scalability, and consistency. They will interact with IT, Sales Ops, and business partners throughout the Program Lifecycle.
Our compensation reflects the cost of labor across several U.S. geographic markets, and we pay differently based on those defined markets. The U.S. pay range for this position is $123,200 -- $229,700 annually. Pay within this range varies by work location and may also depend on job-related knowledge, skills, and experience. Your recruiter can share more about the specific salary range for the job location during the hiring process.
At Adobe, for sales roles starting salaries are expressed as total target compensation (TTC = base + commission), and short-term incentives are in the form of sales commission plans. Non-sales roles starting salaries are expressed as base salary and short-term incentives are in the form of the Annual Incentive Plan (AIP).
In addition, certain roles may be eligible for long-term incentives in the form of a new hire equity award.