Arrow Electronics Program Manager in Centennial, Colorado


Program Manager

Job Description:


  • Develop curriculum for the program, leveraging Arrow engineering teams to act as content experts.

  • Ensures that instructional objectives for the program are developed, involving content experts and others in the development of specific curricular objectives to meet the needs of the program.

  • Work with facilities and others as required to establish a safe and secure learning environment for students.

  • Create admission criteria for each course in the program.

  • Create practice exercises to help students develop STEM skills through hands on activities an end product.

  • Recruit educational staff or 3rd party education companies to deliver the curriculum; supervise and appraise the performance of the staff and quality of their instruction.

  • Work with others to create video content covering basic engineering concepts.

  • Participate in and create content for timely events.

  • Partner with Arrow marketing teams to create awareness of and participation in the program.

  • Drive the product requirements for LMS implementation within

  • Partner with business development teams to drive strategic partnerships with Arrow’s line card.

  • Ensure content is high quality by working with students, tracking content performance, and modifying content based on quantitative data and qualitative feedback.


  • Great intuition for how students like to learn and insight into common misconceptions

  • Familiarity with common curricula and teaching methods – ideally for K-12 in a STEM setting

  • An entrepreneurial mindset, including a high tolerance for ambiguity, a penchant for experimentation, and a bias toward action

  • Impeccable written communication skills

  • Meticulous attention to detail and excellent time management skills

  • Computer skills (fluent with Google docs and spreadsheets) and a willingness to learn new tools

  • A passion for education and a desire to change the world

Principal Accountabilities

● Leading complex cross functional and global projects.

● Leads project calls, assigns work and manages project to timeline and outcomes.

● Stakeholder management—Leads stakeholder management sessions and keeps various management abreast of potential issues by maintaining open lines of communication.

● Creation of project related process documents.

● Assist in training and mentoring new and existing employees with regard to policies and procedures related to project outcomes (for both Project Management and Green Belt disciplines).

● Green Belt Certified (Nice to Have)

● PMP Certified (Nice to Have)

Job Complexity

● Requires in-depth knowledge and experience

● Solves complex problems; takes a new perspective using existing solutions

● Works independently; receives minimal guidance

● Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience

● Represents the level at which career may stabilize for many years or even until retirement

● Uses best practices and knowledge of internal or external business issues to improve products/services or processes

● Typically resolves complex problems or problems where precedent may not exist

● Often leads the work of project teams; may formally train junior staff

● Works independently

Experience / Education

Typically requires a minimum of 8 years of related experience with a 4 year degree; or 6 years and an advanced degree; or equivalent experience.



Denver (Panorama)

Time Type:

Full time

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We are much more than products and services. We’re a community of designers, engineers, builders and visionaries who navigate the path between possibility and practicality, across the complete lifecycle of electronics, in some of the fastest-growing commercial and industrial markets on the planet.

The work we do is everywhere, from things you’ve never seen to things you can’t live without. A Fortune 119 company with more than 18,700 employees in over 90 countries, and 2016 sales of $23.8 billion, we guide innovation forward for the world’s leading technologies used in homes, businesses and daily life. If it takes a charge, chances are we helped design it, build it and get it to market.

Are you Five Years Out? Then chances are, you’ll enjoy working with us.

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