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Early Career Sr. Program Manager & Strategist

Electronic Arts

Vancouver, BC 03-21-2024
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  • Paid
  • Full Time
  • Mid (2-5 years) Experience
Job Description
Electronic Arts

Early Career Sr. Program Manager & Strategist

EA's Next-Gen Talent (NGT) team is searching for an enthusiastic Early Career Sr. Program Manager & Strategist to join our team and guide our efforts in interns & full-time early-career talent recruiting. You will understand recruitment requirements, lead the execution of programs, ensure inclusivity is woven into the fabric of everything we do, and act as an ambassador for EA with Next-Gen Talent in the US, Canada, and Europe. You will partner with the broader NGT team to provide an exceptional candidate experience to ensure that all candidates and students have a positive interaction with EA at all stages of the recruitment process. You will also heighten awareness of career opportunities in interactive entertainment through events and opportunities to connect with diverse students and programs. You will report to the Senior Director of Next-Gen Talent and Recruiting Intelligence and will work with the NGT team to accomplish its goals. You will work either in a hybrid or remote location.

If you're ready for an exciting challenge with this team, we'd love to hear from you!

What an Early Career Sr. Program Manager & Strategist does at EA:
• Define and integrate an early-career talent strategy in partnership with the main leadership partners
• Deliver strategies & programs in partnership with a variety of team members (both internal & external) to ensure the NGT program is supported and delivered to the highest standards
• Use insights, market trends, competitive intelligence, and best practices to help evolve intern & new grad programs for effectiveness and inclusivity.
• Develop strategies & programs to improve our inclusive employee experience for early-career talent
• Implement creative ideas to improve the effectiveness of our overall commitment to early career talent
• Work together with internal and external resources to ascertain risks to program deliverables and readiness for important milestones
• Remove roadblocks with internal & external team members to improve quality & inclusivity
• Create efficient processes and produce regular reporting to provide a high level of data integrity, while tailoring communication per team member needs
• Analyze intern/university grad engagement scores & evaluation metrics
• Be the contact person and mentor for prospective and current interns/university grad hires and build relationships to retain this talent
• Promote the EA brand while educating intern and university grad hire populations about career opportunities at EA
• Provide memorable and unique experiences to intern/co-op and university graduates
• Commitment to lead campus activities, treks and provide other ad hoc support

Who you are:
• Bachelor's degree or equivalent
• 3+ years managing complex, multifaceted programs, productions or events across a variety of diverse teams, both internal and external
• 2 - 3 years of experience in talent acquisition, HR, or Diversity & Inclusion
• Experience presenting large volume of complex data in a streamlined, summarized way, including executive presentations
• Direct experience working in the high-technology software or entertainment industry is desirable
• Consultative, influential, and collaborative with all levels of team members in the organization
• Shape projects from scope to delivery
• Values diversity, accessibility and inclusivity
• A passion for coaching, motivating, and developing others
• Willingness to travel occasionally throughout North America and Europe


The base salary ranges listed below are for the defined geographic market pay zones in these locations. If you reside outside of these locations, a recruiter will advise on the base salary range and benefits for your specific location.

EA has listed the base salary ranges it in good faith expects to pay applicants for this role in the locations listed, as of the time of this posting. Salary offered will be determined based on numerous relevant business and candidate factors including, for example, education, qualifications, certifications, experience, skills, geographic location, and business or organizational needs.

• British Columbia (depending on location e.g. Vancouver vs. Victoria):

º $93,700 - $143,700 CAN Annually

Base salary is just one part of the overall compensation at EA. We also offer a package of benefits including vacation (3 weeks per year to start), 10 days per year of sick time, paid top-up to EI/QPIP benefits up to 100% of base salary when you welcome a new child (12 weeks for maternity, and 4 weeks for parental/adoption leave), extended health/dental/vision coverage, life insurance, disability insurance, retirement plan to regular full-time employees. Certain roles may also be eligible for bonus and equity.

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Jobcode: Reference SBJ-g473kq-3-234-244-181-42 in your application.

Salary Details
Salary Range: $93,700 to $143,700 Per Year ($ USD)
Company Profile
Electronic Arts

Electronic Arts Inc. is a global leader in digital interactive entertainment. EA develops and delivers games, content and online services for Internet-connected consoles, mobile devices and personal computers.