Associate Product Manager Program
Future technology leaders start here
The Associate Product Manager (APM) program is designed to accelerate the growth of exceptionally creative problem solvers into the next generation of global leaders. Our APMs experience two, one-year long rotations with different Atlassian product teams.
A diverse team of problem-solvers
We don't look for a specific type of background or degree. Instead, we look for candidates with exceptional problem-solving skills, a high degree of empathy for customers, and an eye for building delightful experiences.
Impact millions of users
APMs own some of our largest strategic initiatives and build a range of breadth and depth over two 12-month long rotations.
Join our tight-knit community
From day one, managers guide APMs towards career success. APMs build friendships for life through regular events and collaboration.
Learn from our best product leaders
APMs attend a speaker series with tech leaders, go on an annual research trip, and have access to tailored learning & development training.
"The most surprising thing about Atlassian is the sheer amount of autonomy and trust that everyone puts in APMs, despite it being a large company."
- Rak Garg, APM '18
Meet Our APMs
APM '18 / WORKS IN SAN FRANCISCO / ATTENDED UC BERKELEY
Rotation 1: I incubated a strategic partnership as a PM on the Bitbucket Cloud team, which is helping Atlassian enter a new market and enhancing the workflow and experience for millions of developers worldwide.
Rotation 2: I'm currently a PM on the Product Integrations team, where I drive partnerships and integrations with external companies to help our users be more productive than ever.
Interests: hosting dinner parties, playing classical piano, matcha lattes, Jane the Virgin, and reading at cafés on Sunday mornings.
APM '19 / WORKS IN SAN FRANCISCO / ATTENDED UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Rotation 1: I'm currently a PM on the Statuspage team, where I help companies like Dropbox and Intercom give simple, real-time communications to their users in the event of an incident.
Interests: experimenting in the kitchen, world travel, video games and internet culture, pop punk bands, and drinking too much coffee
APM '19 / WORKS IN MOUNTAIN VIEW / ATTENDED UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Rotation 1: I'm a PM on the Confluence Editor team, where I focus primarily on mobile content creation and consumption experience, unlocking the potential for work to be done anywhere.
Interests: beach/indoor volleyball, democratizing education, sustainable cooking, potlucks, space design
Not your first time being a product manager? Learn about our opportunities for more experienced PMs.