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  • StreamSets logo

    Product Manager

    USA Only
    4 days ago

    Product Manager

    • REMOTE
    • San Francisco, California, United States
    • Product
    • Full time


    • As Product Manager, you will drive the requirements and roadmap for the connectivity and engine capabilities of StreamSets DataOps platform.
    • You will research and understand customer needs and user behavior; evaluate the industry and competitive landscape; architect the customer journey; and define a roadmap to deliver products that customers can’t live without.
    • You’ll work closely with our design and engineering teams to enhance our products and drive growth; with partners to build compelling joint solutions; and with marketing to evangelize what you’ve built and educate the market.

    Location: USA (remote)


    • Identifying opportunities, defining the product roadmap , and shipping enterprise grade products to make our customers lives better.
    • Bringing clarity across the company with crisp written documents on users, use cases, user stories, and product requirements.
    • Working collaboratively across the organization with your fellow product managers, designers, engineers, and business teams (sales and marketing).
    • Balancing short- and long-term goals by making smart decisions based on data, research, and design.
    • Building the discipline of working with data by defining metrics for product adoption and impact.


    • Experience product managing and launching features for enterprise cloud/SaaS products that operate at scale solving mission critical customer challenges.
    • Hands-on experience with and/or broad understanding of data ecosystems like Spark, Apache Kafka, Snowflake along with the three major cloud vendors.
    • Experience working with diverse teams.
    • Excellent writing, speaking, and presentation skills, both internally and to customers.
    • Empathy for both our customers and the teams you work with.


    • The best equipment and resources
    • Healthy work/life balance, including wellness days and flexible time off policies
    • Attractive compensation, and options grants
    • Paid family leave
    • Professional development – we are invested in you

    Our ethos

    StreamSets is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. people seeking employment at StreamSets are considered without regards to age, ancestry, color, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, mental or physical disability, national origin, protected family care or medical leave status, race, religion (including beliefs and practices or the absence thereof), sexual orientation, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.

    Come be a part of our diverse, dynamic team!

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  • Tyk Technologies logo

    Senior Product Manager

    Tyk Technologies
    4 days ago

    Senior Product Manager

    • REMOTE
    • Atlanta, Georgia, United States
    • Product
    • Full time
    • PRD00004


    Who are Tyk, and what do we do?

    The Tyk API Management platform is helping to drive the connected world and power new products and services. We’re changing the way that organisations connect any number of their systems and services.Whether internal, external, public or highly encrypted systems, Tyk helps businesses drive value across the retail, finance, telecoms, healthcare, or media industries (to name just a few!) If you’ve banked online, used an app to check the news, or perhaps even driven a connected car, API’s, and by extension, Tyk, make that possible. Founded in 2015 with offices in London, Atlanta and Singapore, we have many thousands of users of our B2B platform across the globe. Brands using Tyk range from Singapore Post and Skills Future Singapore, to global organisations like the Financial Times, and Starbucks. We have a varied user base hailing from every continent – even Antarctica.

    Our Mission

    The internet started by connecting mainframes, by the end of the 20th century 600m desktop and laptop computers exchanged email and web-traffic. Today around 15 billion ‘things’ are connected to the internet, growing at a rate of a billion per year. Tyk are committed to enabling interconnectivity between systems and between devices. We’ve started by building an API Management platform.

    Total flexibility, default remote, radical responsibility

    We offer unlimited paid holidays and *remote working from anywhere in the world, for everyone – for real.* Why? Tyk was founded on the principle of doing things differently and offering flexibility and autonomy to our employees are two principles that, we believe, allow our employees to achieve their best results. It also means we can build the best possible team, location and working hours are no barrier. If this sounds like an environment that you believe could work for you then read on to find out more:


    What can you do with us?

    At Tyk we are passionate about building the best, and most innovative, API Management Platform to empower development teams across the world. Seen as ‘visionaries’ by Gartner, we are pushing the boundaries in the industry enabling developers to focus on what really matters. We are on a mission to connect every system in the world, and we are looking for a Senior Product Manager to help us get there.

    Senior Product Managers at Tyk own the direction, strategy and vision of a single product area from concept through to release. In this outward facing role, you’ll have a great level of autonomy, expected to collaborate with every part of the business, our customers and users, and to define and validate your product direction.

    The product area for this role is Platform Enablement, which is about ensuring our users can integrate Tyk products into their environment in an efficient, reliable and secure way. Our customers have complex and distributed architectures, complex security requirements and vast volume of data to transfer. The nature of this product area will require someone who is comfortable in a technical environment, who understands development lifecycles and can think about multiple interaction points including, but not limited to, APIs, CLIs, and GUIs.

    Here’s what you’ll be getting up to:

    This is a strategic product management position, and the delivery aspects of the role will be covered by targeted delivery squads which have their own operational product manager. You will work closely with these squads but will not be responsible for the day to day delivery, backlog management, ticket creation etc. but you are encouraged to submit ideas which continuously improve our delivery.

    • Work hand in hand with technical leads, UX designers and other teams to ensure the product has business value, user value and technical feasibility
    • Work directly with the delivery product manager and scrum master in your product area to deliver on your strategic vision in an efficient time scale
    • Work with the commercial team to identify specific areas of opportunity in our existing customer base
    • Work with the marketing team to accurately depict the value proposition of your existing and upcoming product work
    • Work with the user research team to identify areas of opportunity within the wider market of potential users
    • Collaborate with the UX team to document user types, user journeys and workflows for your specific product area
    • Actively participate in customer activities that involve your product area to develop and evangelise the strategy you create e.g. webinars

    What this role will be responsible for:

    Product direction & innovation

    • Deliver a comprehensive vision for your product area
    • Maintain an outcome driven product roadmap
    • Effectively prioritise new capability, enhancements, bug fixes and innovation projects
    • Make balanced decisions based on user needs, the market and commercial needs
    • Listen to and process product requests from both internal and external stakeholders
    • Prioritise themes of work and identify how we can release value in small increments
    • Contribute to the direction of the overall product strategy
    • Build a culture of innovation by empowering the team around you to identify ideas and areas of opportunity

    Product & market understanding

    • Become a domain knowledge expert and evangelist for your product area
    • Develop a deep understanding of the wider API management and developer ecosystem
    • Identify and maintain a library of core use cases for others to consume
    • Understand and communicate the end to end user journeys and touchpoints
    • Help the commercial team to build effective pricing strategies for your product area

    Internal & external communication

    • Provide ongoing communications about your product area to build awareness, momentum and excitement
    • Ensure a constant two way line of communication with other teams within Tyk about your vision, priorities and roadmap
    • Participate in customer facing meetings, presentations and webinars to both learn and share information
    • Regularly publish content to both internal and external audiences to publicise existing and new product capability

    Product lifecycle management

    • Discovery and concept planning for new and existing product ideas
    • Own the go to market strategy and collaborate with stakeholders from other teams
    • Regularly
    • measure and report on the commercial impact of your product area
    • Collaborate with other product managers to align on strategy and release plans
    • Work closely with delivery squads (team of UX, Engineers, QA, Scrum Master, and Operational product managers) to empower them to deliver on the product vision


    Here’s what we’re looking for:

    • Experience owning the end to end product lifecycle in a technical product area
    • Understanding of Development team ecosystems and environments (cloud/SaaS, hybrid, on-prem)
    • Effective stakeholder management, negotiation and collaboration skills (both internal and external) – there will be competing priorities that you’ll need to manage
    • Customer centric mindset and data driven approach to product strategy
    • Great communication skills – responsible for pulling together multiple stakeholders with varying needs and expectations, need to align everyone
    • Clear understanding of how APIs work and the main challenges with managing APIs
    • Product & Systems thinking – Tyk is a complex technical product and you’ll be required to understand the ins and outs of the full user and system lifecycle


    Our early stage team members are shaping our business, there is an attractive package based on experience and performance that includes share options. Everyone has unlimited paid holiday. We have total flexibility in hours, so plan your day around your commitments to ensure you can give your best at work and at home.

    You will work with a talented, and passionate team of industry experts, who are developing a cutting-edge product that is driving change and innovation within startups and household names alike.

    We’re a distributed team. Work from our offices during induction if you want, once you are up to speed, you can work from home, a cafe, your mum’s house, wherever you get your best work done, we’ll support you in making that happen.

    The best software and hardware available – we are prime movers in “The New Stack”, our setup reflects that.

    We are growing rapidly and are looking for team members keen to grab hold, accelerate that further and shape our future.

    Tyk is an equal opportunities employer and we are determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, age, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, marital status, or race, or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justifiable.

  • Calm.com logo

    Product Operations Manager

    USA Only
    5 days ago

    Product Operations Manager

    Remote, United States

    Who We Are:

    At Calm, we have a simple, albeit BIG mission: to make the world a happier and healthier place. Through our website, blog, and app—filled with meditations, sleep stories, music, movement, and more—we’re redefining what mental care looks like in 2021 and beyond. With over 100 million users worldwide, 100,000 new users daily, and our growing partnerships with major companies, we’re having a positive effect on more and more people each and every day. And while the heart of Calm is digital, we are growing and expanding offline with a variety of products and services to help deliver on our mission of health and happiness, the world over.

    What We Do:

    Calm is the world’s #1 brand for mental fitness and our B2B team is furthering our mission to make the world happier and healthier by bringing our offering into the employee benefits space. Calm for Business is helping companies build a more resilient organization by promoting better sleep, reducing stress and anxiety, and developing consistent mindfulness practices. We offer accessible and effective content to meet the needs of any diverse workforce. With our proven launch strategy and marketing resources, plus ongoing engagement programs and account support, we take the stress out of employee benefits.

    Our B2B Business Operations team is made up of endlessly curious, strategic thinkers and doers. This small team will push each other intellectually and operationally to help implement the most important strategic initiatives within Calm.

    What You’ll Do:

    Product Operations at Calm will be responsible for ensuring any new Calm for Business product features or new product offerings are launched and implemented as seamlessly as possible. This includes partnering closely with Sales, Account Management and Customer Success to ensure they have what they need to support the new product changes. Product Operations will also track success of product features by answering the question: did this product feature meet the KPIs and metric targets we had anticipated when prioritizing this feature?

    • Partner closely with B2B product, sales and customer success to understand the roadmap of product features and new offerings that require changes to customer-facing materials and process
    • Work with marketing and design to update customer-facing assets
    • Build roll-out, implementation, communication plans for product launches
    • Track success of new product features by measuring against predetermined KPIs
    • Define an impact model to assist with the prioritization of projects across a number of product teams
    • Develop an effective intake process to identify problems and key insights across the B2B team
    • Develop a standardized rollout plan for small to large product rollouts

    Who You Are:

    • 2+ years experience in product operations, product management, analytics, change management or consulting experience
    • Prior experience working within or with product teams
    • Prior experience rolling out complex products and process changes to internal teams
    • SQL proficiency
    • You take pride in building and delivering high quality experiences


    • Experience with a digital health organization strongly preferred
    • High-growth startup experience is preferred
    • Knowledgeable in Salesforce, Hubspot, Tableau
  • Relive logo

    Product Analyst

    5 days ago

    🏔️ Relive

    Relive is an app used by more than 14 million people to track and share their outdoor adventures. We think that being outdoors and exploring the world around you is amazing for your mental and physical wellbeing, and we're on a mission to get everyone exploring the outdoors and living a healthy and active life

    We’re passionate about being outdoors, sharing stories, and creating a company where we love to work. Bringing the best out of everyone as a team. That means constantly learning new things, being flexible about when and where we work, and empowering each other to do the best work of our lives. When doing things at Relive, we like to learn fast, together - creating a product people love to use and share. This means a lot to us. We have an open team culture and a bias towards action.

    We're growing fast (100% YoY for most metrics). We currently grow 100% organically via viral/word of mouth growth loops - users share an activity from Relive to their social media and that triggers their friends to sign up too. This works because our users love our product and love to share it with their friends and family. We are aiming to have more than 100 million users of Relive within the next 3 years.

    👩‍🔬 Product Analysts at Relive

    We're looking for product analysts to join our team so that we can accelerate our discovery process. You'll be part of a small team (you + 5) who own a clear focus area. Your job is to work with your team to understand the problems our users are facing, help to define possible solutions, and evaluate our work to know if we're having an impact. You'll work together to find opportunities to delight our users and help them to live happier and healthier lives.

    💡 What would I work on?

    • You will be working directly with your product team (mostly your product manager and designer) on a day-to-day basis, creating a better understanding of what our customers are doing and need. This often takes the form of exploratory data analysis and user research.
    • Based on these insights you'll help the team to propose solutions. You act as a sparring partner to make sure the solutions are focused on the right problem, have the right reach and possible impact, and are testable. You help inform these solutions with data when needed.
    • You own the A/B testing process for your team. Making sure the hypotheses we produce are testable, ensuring we define the right metrics and are able to measure them, monitoring and concluding the experiments, and feeding learnings back to the team in an understandable and actionable way.
    • Sometimes you help the team answer ad hoc questions. As much as possible we try to democratise access to the data, but in a pinch you step in and help the team answer tricky questions.
    • You work to make your team more data informed. That might mean breaking down lagging metrics into leading ones, working with your product manager to define key metrics and produce dashboards to monitor them, or providing coaching and support to the team so they can ask and answer the right questions on their own.
    • You'll work on a mix of new solutions and optimisation. You're excited about being involved from beginning to end - from the initial product hypothesis, analysis of opportunity space, solution design and optimisation of chosen solution for it to have the desired impact.

    ⭐ The highlights

    • We work in empowered and autonomous product teams. The teams are given clear focus areas, ambitious objectives, and the safety and trust to do amazing things. This give everyone a chance to focus on having an impact rather than wasting time with meetings and red tape.
    • Our product is growing really fast - more than 1 million new users per month in 2021. We grow 100% organically, our users love our product and share it with their friends and family. We've got huge amounts of data and users who love talking to us, you'll never have to worry about too little data or not enough users willing to join an interview.
    • You'll contribute to all parts of the discovery process - this is a chance to develop your skills from user research to high-scale A/B testing on millions of users and more.
    • You get to have a visible impact on our product and our users. Your fingerprints will be on a product used and loved by millions of users around the world.
    • If you want to work on a consumer product with insane growth and are ready to grow yourself and learn faster than you could ever imagine then Relive could be the place for you.

    👋 Remote first

    We believe working at Relive should, just like our product, help you lead a healthy and happy life. It's important to be able to work flexibly - where you work, when you work. Being able to head out for a run to clear your head, or being able to work from nature for a few weeks per year. How much time you spend in front of your keyboard isn't what matters.

    That's why we work Remote first. It means our way of working enables remote working for everyone. It's up to you where and when you want to work. We trust you to spend your time wisely. All our rituals and teams are designed for remote working. You can work in any country in the +/- 1 hour CET time zone range, as we've not mastered the art of working across many timezones and we don't plan to invest our time in that challenge in the next few years.

    We do have an office in Rotterdam 🇳🇱 where you can work if you prefer a physical space, and we're happy to help you relocate here if you choose. Like to have a change of scenery? You can work from any co-working space, no matter where you're located. We'll cover these costs.

    We expect everyone on the team to get together a few times a year as we think it's important to make in-person bonds to strengthen our relations. That means a few times a year you can expect to travel to spend time with your team, make connections, and have fun together, like our retreat in September.

    💛 Happy at Relive

    ✔ Lots of opportunities for personal growth and development

    ✔ Parent-friendly culture✔ Stock appreciation rights (SARs)

    ✔ Our epic Explorers Policy:

    🌍 Live & work from any country within -1/+1 CET

    🏢 Unlimited use of any co-working space

    ☕ Monthly €50 allowance for your home office

    🕒 Flexible working hours

    🎉 2x company retreats per year to meet in person (and do fun stuff)

    💻 Get all the tools you need to be productive

    Job requirements

    🔭 What we're looking for

    👍 Relive Product Analysts are:

    • User obsessed - we talk to users constantly and dive into the data we have about their behaviour.
    • Analytical - we've got a lot of data and believe in A/B testing whenever it is possible (almost always). You're able to break down problems, spot patterns, and draw conclusions.
    • Critical thinkers - it's easy to lie to ourselves with data or use it to confirm our beliefs. You are regularly challenging your team, looking for flaws in your reasoning, and helping to find truth rather than proof.

    👎 Relive Product Analysts are not:

    • Focused on producing data - your job is generating insights, not answering ad hoc questions. If you get your kicks from making dashboards and providing data to your team then this probably isn't the role for you.
    • Afraid of talking to users - our data tells us the what, you're eager to talk to users and curious to understand the why.
    • Lone wolves - You bring your skills to the group and work together to deliver value to our users. You're willing to contribute to every part of the discovery process.

    🙋 Who you are

    • Experience - You've worked on a consumer product at scale before. You've probably spent a few years working in a similar role (product analyst, data scientist, UX researcher, web analyst, CRO specialist, etc.)
    • Strong data skills - You're comfortable writing SQL queries and working with complex data sets.
    • User focused - You enjoy getting close to the user and understand the importance of mixing qualitative insights with quantitative ones. You're not afraid to get out of the building and talk to users.
    • All about insights - You're driven by learning about our users, how they use our product and the problems we could solve for them. Writing a query or making a dashboard are only tools to achieve this, not what drives you.
    • Comfortable with A/B testing - You know how to design an experiment to test a hypothesis. You're comfortable analysing the results and providing conclusions to your team.
    • Love spreading insights - You love to spread what you learn to your team and the rest of the company. You're a clear communicator and know how to simplify complex concepts in to understandable messages.

    👀 We recommend you read this overview of the role, including the most commonly asked questions, before applying.

  • Corcentric logo

    Product Manager

    USA Only
    5 days ago

    Product Manager

    • Remote
    • Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States
    • Product Management & Innovation, Product Management
    • Full time

    Please note this role can be a Remote / Work From Home opportunity (in the United States only).

    • The Product Manager’s primary responsibility is to drive Corcentrics solution for electronic bill presentment & payment, but also support the broader efforts around our best-in-class order to cash platform.
    • This role focused on enhancing feature/functionality in support of needs from customers on the current products as well as help build the next generation platform.
    • This role works closely with development, professional services, support, sales and other internal cross functional teams as well as customers and partners, to drive the strategy and execution.


    • Understand customer needs and drive the SaaS product forward by translating business requirements into software product functionality
    • Engage with customers and internal stakeholders in ideation and curation process
    • Create, groom, prioritize and maintain the product requirements backlog
    • Work with UI/UX design team
    • Work with the development team on UI design/ validation, sprint reviews and UAT
    • Create and manage product roadmaps and release schedules
    • Support the creation of product collateral to train x functional teams and customers
    • Drive release readiness as well as cross organizational awareness of product/solution issues
    • Lead and manage alpha/beta programs with customers as well as integration initiatives with partners
    • Assist sales and services teams as the product subject matter expert
    • Decompose functionality of existing product, document specs to create the next-gen unified functionality
    • Be the cross-functional leader & motivator to remove organizational roadblocks and help others have fun



    • Undergraduate degree in technical or a related field
    • Minimum of 5 years as Product Manager/ Product Owner or Business Analyst for a technology company, getting into the weeds and being the go-to expert for the product
    • Familiarity with the order to cash/ revenue management processes
    • Passionate about dissecting challenges and coming up with solutions,
    • Track record of taking ownership, cross-functional leadership and decision-making
    • Possesses a growth-mindset and intrinsic curiosity
    • Very strong ability to analyze and synthesize complex topics, but simplify and organize it for others
    • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
    • Experience with Agile software development methodologies


    • Technical familiarity including understanding of coding and IT standards
    • Previous experience with Accounts Receivable role/ software
    • MBA
  • Retail Zipline logo

    Sr Product Marketing Manager

    Retail Zipline
    6 days ago

    Location:  International, Anywhere; 100% Remote

    Zipline is 100% remote and accepts applicants from Canada, US & International.

    Hi. We’re Zipline! We’re helping put technology into the hands of those that need it most – – retail workers. If you have worked in a store, you know the drill. You’re helping customers, ringing up orders, and trying to do the 30 tasks that HQ wants you to do. Some pertain to you. Some don’t. But that’s for you to figure out… all while putting out fires and keeping shelves tidy.

    That’s where we come in! We turn the grind of retail communications into an engaging, effective, aha solution. The Zipline platform ensures that the right people get the right information in the right way. Everyone is on the same page, tasks are tracked and life feels less like a perpetual game of hair-on-fire.

    With Zipline, employees feel more connected, understand the role they play in the brand’s mission and can feel good about the work they’re doing. This is important to us because retail is one of America’s most populous workforces but also one of the most underserved. Through Zipline, we can touch on one in four American workers who are often minority, women, and working part-time while studying or taking care of the family.

    We love helping retailer workers love their jobs because we know how much better life is when you love your work. This year, Retail Zipline became a Great Place to Work-Certified. 97 percent of our employees say Zipline is a great place to work, compared to 59% of employees at a typical U.S.-based company. What’s even more impressive is that 100% of employees say, “I can be myself around here”, “I am treated as a full member here regardless of my position” and “People here are willing to give extra to get the job done.” 100 percent! You can’t beat the Zipline culture.

    Our ideal candidate is a creative and quantitative thinker, familiar with product marketing but experienced in retail. We need somebody who’s infectious enthusiasm for the retail industry and our customers make them one of the best product spokespersons at our company!

    Core responsibilities:

    • Project manage all product launches and lead the development of positioning + messaging for new products, so our target market (and our whole company) understands exactly what we’re releasing and why it’s so amazing.
    • Own the ongoing development of our buyer personas and user personas, performing field research as necessary to ensure we’re always empathizing with our customers and prospects.
    • Conduct competitive research to understand industry trends and potential product gaps, then translate those learnings to the product team to help prioritize our roadmap and refine our approach.
    • Be a product evangelist for Marketing: Help the Demand team plan campaigns that nurture new leads, work with our Content team to develop content that elevates our brand as a thought leader, and serve as a product spokesperson during select industry events and important customer meetings.
    • Help our Sales team solve real customer problems: Distill your insights into one-pagers, decks, ROI calculators, and other tools that enable our sales team to better tell our story and explain Zipline’s value.

    More about you:

    • At least 2-3 years of relevant Product Marketing or Product Management experience, preferably in SaaS.
    • A strong understanding of SaaS-based solutions and product marketing best practices and a passion for technology.
    • Comfortable in a rapidly growing environment that demands a combination of technical product knowledge, storytelling and positioning skills, and the ability to influence across multiple functions levels and in our company.
    • A stellar communicator with exceptional writing skills, able to easily consolidate sophisticated ideas into clear, succinct executive summaries.
    • Proficient in G Suite and skilled with (or willing to learn the ins and outs of) Basecamp, Slack, Miro, and ProductBoard.
    • Self-motivated, dependable, dedicated, and passionate about making a difference.
    • Retail experience not required, but a huge plus!

    What’s in it for you:

    • Remote: Join an effective remote team and work where you’re comfortable
    • Stock: Ownership in a fast-growing company
    • Time Off: Flexible vacation policy to encourage people to get out and see the world.
    • Benefits: 401k, and world-class medical, dental, and vision policies.
    • Team Fun: Twice annual company off-sites in fun locations. We’ve done New York, Costa Rica, Whistler, Palm Springs, San Diego, and Mexico City.
    • Learning: Sponsorship of meetup and conference attendance.
    • Great team: Working with fun, hard-working, nice people who are committed to making a difference!

    We value diversity of all kinds and are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace where we learn from each other. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome people of all different backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives.

    Want to learn more about us?

    How do we work? Remotely. We have been 100% remote since the company was founded and we have it down to a science – – a people science. We huddle as a team weekly and as a company 3 times a week. On Fridays, we come together to learn from each other. One week it might be about opossum rescue. Another week it might be an update on our product roadmap or the results of our customer satisfaction survey. We are all masters of Zoom and love the freedom of working from home – – or vans – – or sailboats.

    Sound too good to be true? We haven’t even gotten to our customers! Think about the best retail brands, from your favorite tennis shoes to yoga pants. They’re customers. And, in addition to dozens of specialty retailers, this year we added grocery store, pharmacy, and convenience store brands. In fact, we more than doubled our customers in 2020.

    And, the word is getting out. We are featured regularly in the press, mostly because of the results we get from our customers. Here’s a look at just some of the articles published recently. We also picked up some awards in 2020. CBInsights ranked us one of the 100 most promising B2B retail tech companies in the world. And, our CEO was a TechTrailblazer finalist. (Check out her articles on Forbes to see her passion for retail and solving its biggest challenges.)

    We have made incredible progress but changing the industry is hard. We are well funded by leading venture capital firms like Emergence Capital and ready to scale. We need your help to improve the way that this 4.4 trillion dollar industry communicates with its store employees. Cumbersome, slow, and inefficient systems should not be the status quo. Help us retool retail.

  • Traum-Ferienwohnungen logo

    (Senior) Product Manager (m/f/d)

    Europe Only
    1 week ago

    What you'll do here…At OYO / Traum-Ferienwohnungen, Product managers play a key role in understanding our users, their pain points and strive to create features that solve these pain points, delighting our users and help Traum deliver its value.

    Our ideal candidate thrives in shaping the vision and roadmap, defines the goals and metrics to measure them, and comes up with ideas to achieve those goals helping Traum-Ferienwohnungen to innovate quickly, build the right products for our customers and grow the business.

    • You will be customers’ voice at Traum-Ferienwohnungen, figuring out their pains and generating hypotheses that might resolve them
    • You will identify user and business needs continuously incorporating feedback from internal stakeholders and the market, write product requirement documents, drive product initiatives from idea through design and development to the market rollout and adoption
    • You will make reasonable tradeoffs to optimize time-to-market, clearly communicate goals, roles, responsibilities and desired outcomes to internal cross-functional and remote teams
    • You will measure the impact of all new features and continuously improve key metrics

    … and what you're bringing in return

    • A Bachelor or Master’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science or MBA, or equivalent in experience
    • 3 or more years of experience in shipping customer facing features that delivered business impact and customer satisfaction in an agile environment
    • You have the ability to prioritise the product backlog and test one’s hypotheses through MVP
    • You have strong analytical skills with ability to use data and metrics for making assumptions and decisions
    • You don’t think in problems, but in solutions
    • You are self-motivated to work with cross-teams including engineering, design, legal, sales, marketing and operations
    • You see the value of questioning yourself and your actions in order to improve
    • You are able and have the experience in communicating clearly and efficiently with technical, non-technical stakeholders and senior leadership
    • You want to work without elbowing others
    • Since you read this ad in english, you will probably be fluent in it. As this is also our company language, it is an important factor. German is not a must-have. Aber natürlich freuen wir uns, wenn wir mit dir auch das etwas “schnacken” können
  • Mavenoid logo

    Product Marketing Manager

    1 week ago

    Product Marketing Manager

    About us

    Maveniod is the works #1 Product Support platform, helping some of the world’s most iconic brands reinvent technical support. Our AI-driven product assistant and live support tools help people fix their own tech while saving our customers both time & money. Founded in 2017 by a team from Palantir & Google, and backed by visionary VCs Point Nine & Creandum, Mavenoid has quickly established itself as the leader in tech support automation.

    The role

    As Product Marketing Manager, you will be responsible for Mavenoid’s go-to-market strategy. Reporting to the Head of Marketing, you will work closely with the rest of the Mavenoid team to spearhead product positioning, messaging, launches, develop sales collateral, and support marketing campaigns that deliver revenue growth and elevate the Mavenoid brand.


    • Manage, execute & iterate on Mavenoid’s go-to-market (GTM) strategy to maximize our approach to growth.
    • Partner closely with the product & dev teams to be the voice of our customers, leading our understanding of their challenges, pain points and jobs to be done.
    • Work with Mavenoid’s sales & business development teams to develop product messaging and unique selling points by segment.
    • Own product and feature launch campaigns that drive new acquisition and engagement.
    • Create hyper-personalized sales collateral that supports & educates users across the customer journey.
    • Partner with the wider marketing team to contribute to the larger marketing strategy.


    • You have a successful track record in B2B product marketing.
    • You’re a strong communicator and even better collaborator.
    • You’re a great project manager.
    • You have an eye for design and an aptitude for data.
    • You have a hunger to learn, grow and have an impact outside of your job description.

    What we offer

    The upsides of joining a startup early: outsized impact, real ownership and accountability, hard problems, faster learning, quicker decisions, less bureaucracy, and meaningful equity combined with fair compensation.

    • Remote-first policy. Work from home or anywhere, or if you prefer from one of our offices in Stockholm, Sweden or New York City, US.
    • Remote/home setup: latest generation Mac, large screens, ergonomic desks/chairs and other hardware you need.
    • A career opportunity where your professional growth is in focus: unlimited books, 3 days off per year to focus on personal development and up to $2,400 for courses, conferences and other learning material.
    • Regular company events and trips, online and remote activities.


    • Spikiness – You have one superpower, and we don’t care if you are weak in other areas
    • Intellectual Honesty – You are radical about truth and candid to a fault
    • Selective Intensity – You are an 80/20 person who gets the right things done
    • Eternal Troubleshooting – You don’t tolerate brokenness, and can establish loops that identify and eliminate it

    Perks and benefits (per the employers’ career page)

    Free food and snacks

    • Free food, drinks and snacks of your choice during work hours. We started this to keep everyone comfortable and healthy during the pandemic, but since it’s been so appreciated it’s here to stay.

    Sponsored social activities

    • We encourage everyone to do social activities together (yes, we do virtual activities too during the pandemic!). We cover expenses for activities where four or more Mavens participate.

    Your custom home office

    • We want everyone to be as comfortable as possible from their home office. We cover the costs of an ergonomic home office setup and zero friction for getting the tools you need.

    Virtual first, office optional

    • We don’t believe in strict working hours or strict working places. Are you an early bird or a night owl? Do you prefer working from the office, from home or from somewhere else? We leave that up to you.

    Health insurance

    • Europe: Top-tier private medical insurance. US: Medical, dental, and vision100% coverage for the individual, 75% coverage for the family.

    Swedish-style vacation

    • Rested Mavens work better. Therefore all Mavens enjoy a minimum of 25 vacation days (standard in Sweden since 1977!). Regional holidays are on top of that. And unlimited sick days, of course.

    Fitness fund

    • We cover the cost of gym memberships or other fitness activities up to a value of approximately $600 per year (some local variations apply).

    Meaningful equity

    • We grant stock options to all of our employees because we believe that everyone who works here should own a part of Mavenoid.

    Continuous learning

    • Unlimited books, 3 days off per year to focus on personal development and up to $2,500 for courses, conferences and other learning material.
  • You Need A Budget (YNAB) logo

    Humbly Confident Product Manager

    You Need A Budget (YNAB)
    1 week ago

    About Us and Why We’re Hiring

    We build “You Need a Budget,” the best budgeting software around. (But people in the know call us YNAB, which is pronounced “why-nab.”) For more than a decade, people have been buying YNAB and then telling their friends what a difference it has made in their lives. Google us, or read some of our reviews on the app store, and you’ll see what we mean. We love building something that has a huge positive impact on people’s lives.

    We’re a software ecosystem that includes personal budgeting apps for web, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Android phones. Our mission is to make sure the whole world knows that a budget is the best life and financial planning tool ever invented—and help make it simple and joyful to use one.

    YNAB is growing, and so is our product team. You’re the product manager we’re looking for if you’re collaborative, results-oriented, creative, persistent, and disciplined. (So far, so good?) You love solving complex problems—both internally and for our users—and know what it means to build a mature, evolving product. You’re customer-centric and have a knack for developing a deep understanding of users’ needs, and you could say the same about understanding the challenges a SaaS business like YNAB faces in the larger market landscape. You probably organize things in your sleep and enjoy making sense of chaos, but you’re also comfortable living in spots where messy is THE place to be. You communicate for a living and you know it, so you understand the language of development and design, marketing and support, and use those languages well in all mediums, from face-to-face, to long-form, to comments in a Figma file. You expound on decision-making strategies for way too long at summer barbeques, but somehow keep people listening. 

    Requirements (these are real, actual requirements): 

    • You must have at least five years of experience working in the SaaS industry, at least four of which were as a product manager. Complex, data-rich applications are a plus.
    • You must have experience in cross-functional product development. And we really mean that cross-functional part.

    That’s a super-brief intro to what we’re looking for. But first, you need to know if you’ll even like working with us. Let’s talk a bit about life at YNAB, and then we’ll go into more detail about this role. 

    We’re profitable, bootstrapped, and growing. YNAB was founded in 2004 and we haven’t taken any outside funding—we’re in it for the long haul. We have one overarching requirement when it comes to joining our team: our original Core Values Manifesto has to really click with you. If you’re nodding emphatically while reading it, you’ll probably really like it here, and we can’t wait to hear from you!

    We live our Core Values every day at YNAB, and we mean it when we say we are an equal opportunity employer. We believe that a diversity of backgrounds, abilities, beliefs, and experiences are critical to our success, and we are passionate about creating a welcoming, supportive, and collaborative environment for all employees. All are encouraged to apply as we continue to grow a smart, hard-working, and diverse team who loves working together to build something that matters.

    We also work really hard, together, to make working at YNAB an amazing experience, and we were (humbly) proud to be named Fortune’s #1 Best Small Company to Work For for the last two years. We have a team full of truly exceptional people—the kind you’ll be excited to work with. We’d love to introduce you to a few of them!

    Who you’d be working with:

    We’re talking product management here, so you’ll be working with a lot of different people. We can’t even list them all, really. So we’ll start with (just a few of) your fellow product managers: Elena, Hannah, Lee, and Milène. 

    Elena started at YNAB as a support specialist, and empathy for the user experience remains a big focal point for her. Elena is an ever-optimizer, constantly trying to make our processes more efficient. Pre-YNAB she worked in the cheese industry—if you’re a fan of fromage, you can look forward to many tasty recommendations!

    Hannah loves building empowered, innovative, and trust-filled teams and is deeply invested in helping individuals and communities change their financial narratives and realities. She has a penchant for prepositional phrases and an abiding absorption with acronyms (and alliteration). She’s also a dancer and performing artist. 

    Lee is passionate about pattern recognition and paring down complex problems into simple solutions. He loves trivia, word puzzles, and finding the exact right vacuum attachment for the job. Lee firmly believes that some leftovers are better when not reheated.

    Milène joined YNAB from the data world and is eager to make YNAB more data-informed but not data-obsessed. She regularly helps her friends better manage their finances and can now scale this passion through her job. Outside of work, you can find Milène trying the latest NYC restaurants, planning her next travel adventure, or emptying her mind with a jigsaw puzzle.   

    And as we said above, you’ll also cross paths with—well—probably everyone else. People like Sophie and Scott (a couple of our developers), Cindy or Adam (both designers), Angela (our Head of Support), and Kelly (our product marketing specialist).

    How You’ll Work at YNAB

    Now that you’ve met some of your potential future teammates, let’s talk more about YNAB as a company. Here’s how we operate:

    Live Where You Want

    We’re a fully remote team, so you can live and work wherever you want (with a reliable internet connection!). That said, you’ll be working predominantly with folks based in North America, so we expect that you’ll be willing and able to work North American hours for a significant portion of your time. Proximity doesn’t influence productivity, but it sure does help with communication sometimes.

    No Outrageous Hours

    We want everyone to have a full life outside of YNAB, and we seldom work more than 40 hours per week. There have been a few occasions where things got busy and people had to put some extra time in. But then they took some extra time off, so it all balances out. We work hard and smart but we’re in this for the long haul.

    Take Vacation (Seriously)

    We want you to take vacation. In fact, we have a minimum vacation policy of three weeks per year. Five weeks feels about right (plus two extra weeks for our company-wide December break). It’s important to get plenty of downtime and get out and do something. We’ll look forward to seeing pictures of your adventures in our #office_wall Slack channel!

    The YNAB Retreat

    When the pandemic isn’t keeping us from traveling, we get the teams together once a year to catch up on spreadsheets and powerpoints in a Best Western conference room. Just kidding. So far, we’ve done Costa Rica, a gigantic cabin in the mountains, a beach house in the Outer Banks, a ranch in Montana, and most recently, Laguna Beach. We work together, play together, and reinforce the bonds we’ve made as a team and company. Every year, we leave refreshed, motivated, and excited for the year ahead together.

    Up Your Game

    We’re serious about helping you improve your craft. We budget for it (hey-o!). Think conferences, online courses and subscriptions, dedicated time away from work to learn something new… it’s really up to you and your manager. But we love to see our people growing.  

    U.S. or International? Great!

    Our team is spread all over the world, including Switzerland, Argentina, Scotland, Canada, Iceland, and all over the United States. We currently set up team members who live in the U.S. or U.K. as employees, and those who live in other countries as independent contractors. You’re an equal part of the team no matter where you live!


    For full-time W2 employees in the U.S., we offer fantastic health, dental, and vision insurance, where we cover 100% of the premium for you and your family. No need to check your vision, you read that right—100%. Although if you did need to check your vision, NBD, we’ve got you covered!

    For full- and part-time W2 employees in the U.S., we also have a Traditional and Roth 401(k) option. YNAB matches your contributions up to six percent, and matches vest immediately. (Are you a personal finance junkie like our founder Jesse? He set up YNAB’s 401k to have the lowest fee structure possible, where all plan costs are paid by YNAB, not your retirement nest egg. The investment funds available are fantastic, passively-managed, ultra low-cost index funds. You’re not a PF junkie? Trust us, it’s awesome.) For U.K. employees, we also contribute six percent to your pension.

    Competitive Compensation

    The starting salary range for this position is $105,000 - $121,000 annually. We consider raises every year, and have a bi-annual profit-share bonus. YNAB wins, you win—that kind of thing.

    Other Tidbits

    • Once you start, we DEMAND (in a friendly, ALL CAPS IS YELLING way) that you fill out your “Bucket List” spreadsheet with 50 items. (That’s harder than it sounds!) 
    • The bucket list really helps in deciding what we should give you for your birthday and the holidays.
    • We’re all adults. There’s no need to punch a clock, or ask for permission to take off early one afternoon to go see the doctor. We look at what you accomplish, not how long you’re in front of a computer.
    • We want you firing on all cylinders so we’ll set you up with a shiny new computer and replace it every three years.
    • Did we mention that YNAB makes a huge, positive difference in people’s lives? You may not think that matters much, but then a few months down the road you’ll realize it’s made your job really, really enjoyable. Don’t underestimate this one!

    If this sounds like your ideal environment, read on because now we want to talk about you, and how you’ll play a big part in changing people’s lives.

    Now, back to you, our new Product Manager…

    What Success Looks Like: 

    Our goal is for every YNAB user to achieve life-changing financial control—and for the whole planet to realize it is possible. No small thing, right? In 2022, we’re focused on helping all users see YNAB fit their needs—functional, social, and emotional—as they resolve financial struggles.

    Looking inward, you’ll also help us evolve our systems and processes to deliver top-notch, dare we say life-changing, experiences to our users. We’ve been growing. A lot. We’ve worked hard to create teams that are autonomous and outcome-focused, but we’ll never be ones to rest on our laurels. We expect you to speak up when you see an opportunity to improve our organization and processes, and to embrace change as we continue to grow.

    You’ll need to: 

    • Regularly ship real value to our users. You can both live two years ahead of your team and support them in the present moment as you shepherd work from discovery to ideation to release to follow-up. In particular, you’ll work hand-in-hand with a product designer on your team to jointly develop vision, prioritize, and execute on strategy.
    • Understand the user journey, not just the one in our apps, but also the one in the real world as users resolve their financial struggles.
    • Be comfortable with multiple discovery and ideation strategies in your quest to make YNAB consistently better. You enjoy talking to customers in user interviews and usability testing and have a knack for summarizing research in a concise way for teammates. 
    • Be a curious, persistent, and quick learner, staying ahead of new ideas, technologies and other opportunities to help YNAB users take total control of their money, and maybe even sleep better at night.
    • Understand deeply that at YNAB “cross-functional” isn’t code for “designers and engineers.” We know that great ideas can come from anywhere, so Support Specialists and Marketers are also members of our flat product teams. 
    • Learn the design principles and financial logic of our apps like the back of your hand. Then learn our engineering processes like the back of your other hand. Then find another hand for internalizing our brand, marketing strategies, and support ethic.
    • Synthesize and make sense of ALL THE DATA and information about our products, for yourself and to help others across the organization make better decisions. You’re fluent in quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis—and are cautious about the failings of each.
    • Communicate, explain, persuade, explore and otherwise get all the things done in asynchronous formats. Yes, we like talking to each other in real time, but as a remote team, much of our collaboration is asynchronous and written.
    • Be intensely curious. Period.
    • Oh, also, not to the exclusion of anything else, but you’re intensely curious about how people learn, what motivates them, how they change and develop habits, and how behavior inside a product might change behavior outside it.
    • Be comfortable speaking the language of software development and product design. If you’re also comfortable diving into HTML and CSS (or even one of the programming languages in our development stack!), that’s a plus, but it’s not a requirement. Being conversant across all disciplines is key.
    • Manage key partner relationships, from day-to-day communication to contract negotiation.

    That’s twelve bullets, but let’s still say that your success as a product manager comes down to this: Your ability to approach product development as holistic, simultaneous, problem-solving of both user and business goals. 

    And if we haven’t yet spilled enough metaphorical ink on this idea: We work collaboratively here so you’ll listen to ideas, questions, and critiques from teammates with grace and patience—not because that’s nice, but because you see this as critical to our shared success. That said, you know your stuff and can eloquently and logically explain decisions and, not for nothing, make them when the rubber hits the road. Full stop.

    How to Apply

    • Apply directly on our site here by 11:59pm PST on Sunday, January 23rd. Firm. It’s a real deadline. The kind you love.
    • Attach a PDF of your cover letter. 
      • In your cover letter, introduce yourself and explain why this position is of interest to you, and why you would be a great fit. Please limit this section of the cover letter to 1.5 pages at most.
      • Include the word “evaluate” somewhere in your cover letter. 
      • On a separate page of your cover letter, answer the following questions (with each response being about a paragraph in length):
        • What attracted you to this position? (This is not about what attracted you to the software.)
        • What criteria do you look for when searching for your next company or position?
        • What are your favorite and least favorite parts of your current job?
        • Tell us about a time when you had to learn something new to excel at your job.
        • We love someone with a perspective about product development. Answer, in one paragraph: How early is too early to ship? How late is too late?
    • If you have a prepared resume, attach it in PDF form. If you don’t have a resume because you aren’t even sure you’re looking to change jobs, that’s fine! An informal list of your work and education history is all we’re looking for.
    • Please let us know if you would like to disclose a need for accommodation in connection with the recruitment and hiring process. If so, contact us at accommodations@youneedabudget.com and indicate in the subject line that you’re applying for the Product Manager role. Please only use this email address for that purpose.
    • Note: though we know it is customary in some countries, we’d prefer if you didn’t share a headshot in your application materials. Thank you!

    We’re excited to hear from you!

    P.S. We'll send you a confirmation email once you apply. Please add that email to your safe sender list, to ensure that future emails come through. (If you don’t receive it, please check your Promotions inbox, junk folder, or any filters you may have set up.)

    P.P.S. If you’re not interested in or available for this position, but know someone who is, we would really appreciate it if you passed this along!

  • Fanatics logo

    Senior Product Manager

    USA Only
    1 week ago

    Senior Product Manager

    • REMOTE – USA /

    Company Overview

    • Fanatics is building the leading global digital sports platform to ignite and harness the passions of fans, and maximize the presence and reach for hundreds of partners globally.
    • Leveraging these long-standing partnerships, a database of more than 80 million global consumers and a trusted, recognizable brand name, Fanatics is expanding beyond its position as the global leader for licensed sports merchandise to now becoming a next-gen digital sports platform, featuring an array of offerings across the sports ecosystem.
    • The Fanatics family of companies currently includes Fanatics Commerce, a vertically-integrated licensed merchandise business that has changed the way fans purchase their favorite team apparel, jerseys, headwear and hardgoods through a tech-infused approach to making and quickly distributing fan gear in today’s 24/7 mobile-first economy; Candy Digital, a digital collectibles company that is partnering with prominent sports properties, including MLB and MLBPA, to build an official NFT ecosystem; Fanatics Trading Cards, a transformative company that is building a new model for the hobby and giving collectors an end-to-end trading cards experience; and Fanatics Betting & Gaming, a mobile betting, gaming and retail sportsbook platform.
    • Additional ventures that will build out Fanatics’ footprint across the broader digital sports landscape will be rolled out soon.
    • Fanatics’ partners include all major professional sports leagues (NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, NASCAR, MLS, PGA) and hundreds of collegiate and professional teams, which include several of the biggest global soccer clubs.
    • As a market leader with more than 8,000 employees, and hundreds of partners, suppliers, and vendors worldwide, we take responsibility for driving toward more ethical and sustainable practices.
    • We are committed to building an inclusive Fanatics community, reflecting and representing society at every level of the business, including our employees, vendors, partners and fans.
    • Fanatics is also dedicated to making a positive impact in the communities where we all live, work, and play through strategic philanthropic initiatives.
    • At Fanatics, we’re a diverse, passionate group of employees aiming to ignite pride and passion in the fans we outfit, celebrate and support.
    • We recognize that diversity helps drive and foster innovation, and through our IDEA program (inclusion, diversity, equality and advocacy) at Fanatics we provide employees with tools and resources to feel connected and engaged in who they are and what they do to support the ultimate fan experience.

    About the Team

    • Fanatics Betting & Gaming (FBG) is Fanatics’ official entrance into the global online sports gambling and iGaming industry.
    • FBG will enable a dynamic, tech-infused omnichannel sports betting experience across both digital and physical retail outlets that utilizes Fanatics’ database of more than 81 million reachable fans, as well as a trusted, recognizable brand name that has forged more than 900 partnerships within the sports industry and beyond. Matt King, former CEO of FanDuel and one of the most strategic and innovative minds across the industry, is CEO of the new gambling and gaming business.
    • The company will also create a robust online casino offering which will be seamlessly integrated throughout the mobile sports betting platform.
    • Fanatics Betting & Gaming (FBG) is looking for Product Managers to build and scale sports betting, online casino, and entertainment related products across its iOS, Android, and Desktop app that FBG will bring to market.
    • The Product Manager will work on building user stories, product requirements, roadmap priorities, and data-driven product features to create a best-in-class sports betting and gaming product experience for users.


    • Write user stories, gather product requirements, and execute on product roadmap objectives
    • Use data and research to drive insights and recommendations to the FBG product roadmap
    • Be a passionate subject matter expert on FBG products and the real money gaming and sports/entertainment industry
    • Develop a deep understanding of the FBG platform, assets, customer base, and the unique position of FBG in the gaming and sports industry
    • Expert ability to effectively communicate and partner with engineering
    • Think through and articulate user flows, edge-cases and user journeys that produce unparalleled product quality and experiences for users
    • Work with UI/UX and engineering teams to build elegant and beautiful digitally native app experiences across iOS, Android, and WWW
    • Work closely with marketing, analytics, UI/UX, and Operations to understand user preferences and product successes and failures; synthesize and integrate these learnings into feature decisions on the product roadmap
    • Contribute directly to product KPIs and related business objectives and metrics

    Experience and Skills

    • 7+ years’ experience as a Product Manager, preferably in an agile, B2C digital native app focused product organization
    • Deep passion for sports, gaming, and entertainment products that drives empathetic and thoughtful product decisions affecting end users
    • Warrior mentality, with a willingness to do what it takes to get the job done
    • Excellent communication skills, with an ability to simply and clearly articulate product decisions and value propositions to leadership
    • Collaborative personality, with an ability to seamlessly work cross-functionally across different product orgs and teams at Fanatics
    • Ensure your Fanatics job offer is legitimate and don’t fall victim to fraud. Fanatics never seeks payment from job applicants.
    • Fanatics recruiters will only reach out to applicants from an @fanatics.com or @fanatics.co.uk email address.
    • For added security, where possible, apply through our company website at www.fanaticsinc.com/careers

    Tryouts are open at Fanatics! Our team is passionate, talented, unified, and charged with creating the fan experience of tomorrow. The ball is in your court now.

    Fanatics is committed to responsible planning and purchasing (RPP) practices, working with its business partners across its global and multi-layered supply chain, to ensure that planning, sourcing, and purchasing decisions, along with other supporting processes, do not impede or conflict with the fulfillment of Fanatics’ fair labor practices.

    NOTICE TO CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS/APPLICANTS: In connection with your application, we collect information that identifies, reasonably relates to or describes you (“Personal Information”). The categories of Personal Information that we collect include your name, government issued identification number(s), email address, mailing address, other contact information, emergency contact information, employment history, educational history, criminal record, and demographic information. We collect and use those categories of Personal Information about you for human resources and other business management purposes, including identifying and evaluating you as a candidate for potential or future employment or other types of positions, recordkeeping in relation to recruiting and hiring, conducting criminal background checks as permitted by law, conducting analytics, and ensuring compliance with applicable legal requirements and Company policies.

  • Clearcover logo

    Senior Product Manager, Consumer Data

    USA Only
    2 weeks ago

    Sr. Product Manager, Consumer Data

    at Clearcover

    Chicago, IL or Remote

    Our Value Proposition:

    Clearcover is a venture-backed technology start-up disrupting the trillion dollar legacy insurance market. We’ve focused on building products that create confident, happy customers – and we’re flourishing. We believe in putting our people first, paying them well and working together to solve tough problems. If you’d like a high-growth opportunity with an award-winning company, let’s chat.

    What is the Product Manager?

    As a Senior Manager for Customer Data, you will be establishing the foundation on which our lifecycle and retention efforts will be built. You will be working with vendors to bring in a single view of our customers across all our digital channels, and working with marketing, customer advocates and the business to plan, build and deliver critical lifecycle touch points and experiences that would engage, retain and delight our customers. We promise this is the most fun you’ll have in your career and also the hardest thing you’ll do.

    What will you do?

    • You will work with product leadership to drive product expansion, roadmap development, and backlog prioritization.
    • You will work with internal and external teams to select, deploy and maintain 3rd party Customer Data Platform solutions
    • You will work with Data Science to identify opportunities to integrate machine learning capabilities to our stack
    • You will work with Marketing, Customer Advocates and other parts of the business to establish and deliver and playbook for retention
    • You will own KPI development for your product, including monitoring of qualitative and quantitative user feedback to help drive product decisions, improvements, and growth.
    • You will partner with other leaders from Growth, Marketing, Underwriting, Product Design and Engineering to identify opportunities that will improve our Customer Data Platform stack, and recommend build vs buy strategies and approaches.
    • You will write user stories and other supporting requirements artifacts that help engineering bring product features to life while prioritizing user goals.
    • You will guide your roadmap from requirements definition through design, launch and post-launch measure and iterate over.
    • You will use data to support hypotheses and outcomes to drive roadmap priorities.
    • You will work with the product leadership team to build and drive a strong product culture that understands the importance of continuous improvement and learning.
    • You will report directly to the Director of Product Management.

    What are our must haves?

    • Experience working as a product manager in an agile environment with a focus on customer data platforms, retention, marketing automation OR digital lifecycle programs and efforts.
    • Expertise in communication channels including: email, push notifications, SMS and in app notifications
    • Familiarity with 3rd party marketing automation and delivery tools (Sendgrid, Customer.io, LOB) and end to end messaging delivery experience
    • Experience in defining or designing customer or service lifecycle journey maps
    • Experience of writing user stories that drive value for the user.
    • You are a great executor. You have a proven track record of successfully leading concept creation, discovery and delivery of a given product and product increment. You value iteration and rapid delivery. You have an obsessive attention to detail even when having to juggle multiple projects at a time.
    • You have a proven track record of using data to drive and back-up product decisions.
    • You have a proven track record for delivery measurable results with features that you have launched.
    • You’re able to communicate effectively, both internally and externally, and can navigate complex relationships to get the job done.
    • You have the ability to manage up — leverage functional leaders and other senior leadership to help achieve goals and deliver on product roadmap.

    What are our nice-to-haves?

    • Bachelor candidates are preferred, but not necessary.
    • Previous insurance experience is not needed, but is a plus.

    But wait, there’s more:

    As a people-first company, your health and well-being is a priority at Clearcover. While we do offer medical (and cover the vast majority of the premium), dental, vision (and cover 100% of those premiums) and 401K (we contribute 3% even if you contribute nothing), we’ve curated a stack of perks and benefits that stretch beyond the expected. With over half of our employees remote to the Chicago HQ office, we paved the way for flexible work locations and continue to offer this flexibility. Our people also have access to unlimited vacation, monthly mental health workshops, discounted gym memberships, equity in the company and an annual bonus program. Plus, if Clearcover is available in your state, you could have access to an employee discount on auto-insurance!

  • MoonPay logo

    Senior Product Manager

    2 weeks ago

    Senior Product Manager

    at MoonPay

    Fully Remote (Worldwide)

    • MoonPay builds payments infrastructure for cryptocurrencies.
    • Our on- and off-ramp suite of products provides a seamless experience for converting between fiat and crypto using all major payment methods in over 160 countries.
    • Our mission is to make cryptocurrencies accessible to over a billion people by 2030!
    • We are trusted by 250+ leading wallets, websites, and applications.
    • Some of the biggest crypto brands in the world, including Bitcoin.com, Dapper Labs, OpenSea, Argent, ZenGo, Trust Wallet and Spot, rely on our technology.
    • Through these partnerships alone, our products are used by over 5 million users worldwide.
    • One of the great things about working at MoonPay is that we are remote first.
    • Our global team spans 25+ countries, and we pride ourselves on having a connected and inclusive culture that empowers people to do their best work.
    • We give our team autonomy to move fast, innovate and take responsibility. Join us in our mission to build a better financial world!

    We are very proud of our values and expect all those who join us to help us proactively drive and improve our culture, aligned to these values.

    • B – Be Humble
    • L – Lead with Empathy
    • O – Own It
    • C – Communicate Clearly
    • K – Kaizen

    The discipline

    • Our product discipline works across all areas of MoonPay (internal and external).
    • We currently have 3 squads across Payments / Finance, Compliance / Fraud and Core Product / Growth.
    • Over time these squads will split out and we are also building new squads focusing on new revenue streams and product verticals.
    • This means our product team will have plenty of opportunities to progress and build new product lines and squads as well as developing existing ones.

    What you’ll do

    • Build new products from inception through to launch.
    • Develop existing products so they evolve and scale to meet the needs of our ever growing base of partners and users.
    • Build, maintain and prioritise the product backlog for one or more cross functional teams.
    • Prioritise efficiently through collaborating with users, partners and stakeholders.
    • Be customer obsessed and keep in constant dialogue and feedback loops with them.
    • Improve our data literacy, constantly optimising our dashboards in Amplitude and Looker, sharing the learnings with the team.
    • Use data and insights to analyse the entire product funnel.
    • Define and own OKRs with autonomy to enable the company achieve its goals.
    • Mentor and coach other Product Managers and Designers.
    • Contribute to our overall approach and standard within the Product Management discipline.

    As a Senior you will be expected to:

    • Mentor and coach Product Managers and Product Designers
    • Lead multiple cross-functional squads
    • Contribute to our overall approach and standards within the Product Management discipline.

    You should apply if

    • You have extensive product management experience at leading startups or fast growing tech companies.
    • You’ve owned products or significant parts of them from inception to launch.
    • You’ve led one or more product squads and understand how to influence people from different disciplines.
    • You have a track record of moving KPIs significantly. You can measure your impact smartly and get down to why things have moved.
    • You eat analytics for breakfast (ie. Amplitude) enabling the team to measure its progress across all platforms. You have experience running complex A/B tests to improve the conversion funnel.
    • You have a strong sense of UX and a strict attention to UI details.
    • You have a track record of delivering excellent user experiences that delight users.
    • You have a good technical understanding so that you can help your team prioritise technical investments, tech debt reduction, bugs and new features.
    • You’ve coached and mentored other Product Managers.

    Research has shown that women are less likely than men to apply for this role if they do not have solid experience in 100% of these areas. Please know that this list is indicative and that we would still love to hear from you even if you feel you only are a 75% match. Skills can be learnt, diversity cannot.

    We promote a diverse and inclusive culture at MoonPay.


    Unfortunately, we are unable to offer visas of any kind at this time.

    For this role we are ideally looking for a candidate based in Europe or able to work +/-4 GMT working hours

    Our interview process takes place on Google Hangouts and for Product roles consists of the following:

    • Recruiter call (30 minutes)
    • Initial screen (30-45 minutes)
    • Final interview (2 hours)

    Please let us know if you require any accommodations for the interview process, and we’ll do our best to provide assistance.


    • Stock options
    • Unlimited holidays
    • Home office equipment allowance of $600 USD (or local equivalent)
    • Working in a disruptive and fast-growing industry where the possibilities are endless
    • Fully remote: your life, your way of working
    • Freedom, autonomy and responsibility
    • Annual company retreat
  • CloudZero logo

    Director Product Management

    2 weeks ago

    CloudZero puts SaaS companies in control of cloud costs by connecting technical engineering decisions with business results. The CloudZero Cost Intelligence platform is a single source of cloud cost truth for engineering leadership, finance organizations and the product teams building the software. Bringing in data from multiple sources, CloudZero helps customers understand their margins, unit costs and where their cloud investments are flowing to and from.

    The philosophy of the product and engineering team at CloudZero is to empower product teams to solve hard customer and business problems, in ways that our customers love yet work for our business. Our product teams are cross-functional, durable and are composed of product management, product design and engineers. The teams have agency to come up with solutions that are usable, viable, valuable and feasible.

    We’re looking for a product leader to drive the development of an ambitious CloudZero product strategy & roadmap by working with the leadership team to define and execute our vision of building a next generation cost intelligence platform. As part of an exciting and early startup we need someone who can also roll up their sleeves and work with our aforementioned product teams to ensure we are delivering delightful solutions.

    Our product and engineering team values lifelong learning and holding a growth mindset. A core part of our culture is inclusiveness, we believe great teams are made up of people from diverse backgrounds and walks of life working together. We are a fully remote company with employees scattered throughout the US.

    You Will:

    • Own driving the product strategy and roadmap for CloudZero’s platform.
    • Work alongside design and engineering leads to conduct product discovery for small cross-functional product teams.
    • Be responsible for the successful launch of everything that the team ships, which means being accountable for the quality of the product solution and the impact it has on both our customers and the business. You’ll define meaningful outcomes and measure results against those standards.
    • Work alongside Sales and Product Marketing to effectively launch and market our features.
    • Own the growth and development a talented team of product managers as CloudZero grows.
    • Manage the Product Design function to ensure we deliver great product UX.

    A typical day for someone in this role at CloudZero might look like:

    • Talking with our customers and technology partners to make sure we are solving their problems and understanding future opportunities to deliver even more value.
    • Writing clear discovery objectives to ensure everyone on the team has the context they need to do their best work.
    • Working closely with design and engineering leads to discover solutions to the problems you’ve outlined and prioritized.
    • Collaborating with the product teams building the software via Slack and Zoom to ensure we are iterating towards the correct solutions.
    • Working with cross-functional teammates on release messaging for new functionality being released.
    • Meeting with the Product Leadership Team and other stakeholders to define the roadmap and strategy over the next few quarters.


    About you:

    • You can work with your core working hours based on the US Eastern time zone. We are a 100% remote first company, but are currently only hiring in the United States.
    • You have 4+ years of product management experience with SaaS products and at least two years of that with B2B customers.
    • You are comfortable working with leadership at the strategic level but also getting into the weeds of a project a product team is trying to ship to help them get it over the line.
    • You pride yourself on your ability to collaborate with others. You are exceptional at outbound communication, both synchronous and asynchronous.
    • You are passionate about working with design and engineering to discover the best solutions to customer and business problems, even better if you have experience with distributed teams.
    • You love great products and are able to identify what “good” looks like and are able to challenge teams to produce the best possible results.
    • You take initiative and ownership to see things through to completion in an organized and thoughtful manner.
  • SPINS logo

    Product Manager

    USA Only
    3 weeks ago

    Title: Product Manager

    Location: Remote

    Who We Are

    For 20+ years, SPINS’ mission has been to increase the presence and accessibility of natural and organic products to encourage healthier and more vibrant living. By leveraging SPINS’ industry-leading proprietary data and analytics, our technology enables deeper, more engaged relationships between Retailers, Brands and Consumers through our platform, web, and mobile products. At the core of our work lies a passion to create a culture of sustainable health & wellness.

    ClearCut Analytics is a leading provider of retail analytics for CPG brands. With over $50B in eCommerce and Amazon sales data analyzed, our intelligence delivers actionable insights into today’s complex retail marketplace to power successful product innovation, optimize cross-channel performance, and outmaneuver an expanding set of competitors. Beyond ClearCut’s technology, our team of experts ensure companies are equipped with a roadmap and partner for success in the digital era for consumer goods.

    ClearCut has chosen SPINS as a strategic partner to drive market acceleration, in-market execution, and product development. This is a highly strategic investment to accelerate SPINS’ omnichannel e-commerce strategy.

    We are now one SPINS.

    SPINS builds high-octane software products which help brands and retailers companies reach their customers. We do this by leveraging industry-leading understanding of the Natural, Organic, and Specialty Products Retail Market to generate powerful insights and develop profitable growth solutions for brands and retailers of all sizes. We correlate data with precision to deliver insights and recommended actions that no one else can provide.

    We are seeking a Product Manager to lead our teams in building world class products alongside our talented team.

    Data gives our partners and our clients superpowers, and SPINS leads the industry on finding unique, actionable insights from data we gather. Expanding customer use cases, building new related products, and expanding the ways in which we use the data we both gather and create is fundamental to unlocking our and our client’s potential. This role is critical to our success at doing all the above, by ensuring that we are doing what is most important each day.

    You will work as part of a dynamic and highly collaborative team, gaining and sharing insight with other experienced professionals. You will see many aspects of the SPINS business. You will have a direct impact on SPINS growth and delivering major new capabilities for our customers. You will have ownership and be given incredible opportunity for professional growth.

    The ideal candidate will be exceptional in communication, analytic problem solving, and navigating ambiguity. The successful candidate will thrive in a fast-paced environment, can operate within periods of limited guidance, and is a creative problem solver. The candidate will be comfortable working with a distributed team, working with inverse stakeholders and helping everyone stay focused on the right priorities. The candidate will have high standards for themselves and others. They will be constantly looking for ways to improve product performance, quality, and cost.

    What You Will Do

    • Manage the product lifecycle from strategic planning, research, development, and to full scale
    • Own and be an advocate for your product roadmap and backlog
    • Drive priorities and requirements through market analysis, voice of the customer feedback, and alignment with SPINS strategic objectives
    • Collaborate cross-functionally with technology and UX to deliver world class customer experiences
    • Plan new builds, engage in design discussions, ensure requirements are well understood, and provide testing guidance to your team
    • Track the performance of your products and proactively to identify opportunities for pivots and innovation
    • Develop a clear understanding of your customers’ business domain, their needs, and how they operate
    • Collaborate with your peers, teams, and leadership to continuously improve our Product Management practices

    What You Bring

    • 4+ years of relevant experience
    • Strong problem solving, critical thinking, and analytic skills
    • Strong technical background combined with solid business acumen
    • Proven leadership ability
    • Strong planning, organizational, and time management
    • Strong communication skills
    • Desire to learn and contribute

    Preferable Skills

    • Prior experience as a Product Manager in a mature product organization
    • Experience with software development tools (Jira, Product Board, etc.)
    • Experience with agile development methodologies

    What SPINS Offers

    Here at SPINS, we value a culture focused on health and wellness. Over the past few years we have enjoyed tremendous growth and we’re going to keep growing throughout 2022. After listening to employee feedback, we created a return-to-office hybrid model that continues to ensure everyone’s health and work/life balance are top priorities. Beginning in late 2021, our hybrid model allows all SPINNERs who are fully vaccinated (validated with card) to return to the office and attend work functions representing the organization.

    We continue to have our perks available in our hybrid setting. If you are in Chicago or remote, we continue to stay true to SPINS:

    • Virtual yoga, HIIT, and Kinstretch classes each week
    • Each employee is allotted paid time to use to volunteer with an organization of their choice and charitable donations are matched.
    • Stay connected with other SPINS employees for a weekly PELOTON ride together
    • CEO Connect, a monthly informal small group Q&A session with our top leader

    The SPINS Way

    • Direct We communicate with clarity, honesty and respect in all situations and embrace opportunities to provide solution-oriented feedback.
    • Determined We are committed to overcoming all obstacles to achieve results. We adapt to change, seek opportunities to learn and rapidly translate that learning into action.
    • Passionate We go above and beyond to help our partners achieve their goals. We challenge assumptions and are comfortable forging new paths.
    • Collaborative We leave our egos at the door, believing that working together we will produce an outcome that’s greater than each individual contribution.
  • Armory Inc. logo

    Product Manager

    Armory Inc.
    USA Only
    3 weeks ago

    Product Manager

    Location: Remote, US

    Armory simplifies progressive delivery to multiple targets at scale so application development teams can easily automate, repeat and observe deployments into production. Armory delivers this through Armory Enterprise, an enterprise-grade platform that integrates key Spinnaker OSS functionality with proprietary Armory features. A growing number of customers wish to offload the operations of Armory Enterprise to our Managed Services team, allowing their engineers to focus on building internal value.

    With demand increasing, Armory’s Managed Services team is seeking its first Product Manager to interface with customers, define a product roadmap, and deliver new capabilities to market. This role will reside within Armory’s Product & Engineering org and report directly to our VP of Product.

    Traits You Possess

    • You are an excellent communicator, both verbally and in written communication.
    • You build relationships easily with others and can do so over Zoom, Slack, and other forms of remote communication.
    • You are both a leader and a team player; you take ownership over areas inside your domain and ensure your efforts align with a larger company strategy.
    • You are a do-er; you get things done quickly and with high-quality, often in creative ways.
    • You are data-driven and bias towards taking action to improve key metrics vs because it feels like the right thing to do .

    Ideal Work Experience

    • You understand technical operations; you have experience as a DevOps engineer, SRE, or as a technical product manager who has delivered products used by ops engineers or SREs
    • You have at least 5 years of experience as a Product Manager who has successfully launched developer-centric products to market
    • In addition to product launches and usage, you have been jointly (or solely) responsible for P&L of the product line you managed. You understand COGS, margins, pricing, and use those inputs in making product decisions.
    • You have deep domain expertise in DevOps, CI/CD, and/or cloud infrastructure. Open source experience a plus.

    Job Responsibilities

    • Act as the primary interface between Armory’s Managed customers and the rest of the organization.
    • Translate customer feedback, internal resourcing, market dynamics, and other information into a crisp product roadmap and quarterly OKRs that the entire company understands and is aligned to.
    • Deliver the capabilities on the roadmap on time and in partnership with Marketing and Sales.
    • Work closely with Finance to define a pricing and cost model in order to achieve specific revenue and efficiency metrics
    • Deliver updates on roadmap and strategy to other groups within the company
    • Work closely with Engineering to ensure the Managed team is resourced appropriately based on sales pipeline, existing support costs, and internal efficiencies
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific logo

    Service and Support Product Manager

    Thermo Fisher Scientific
    USA Only
    3 weeks ago

    Service & Support Product Manager, OEM Partner/Vertical Market

    Job Description:

    Location: Carlsbad, CA, South San Francisco, CA, or Remote US

    How will you make an impact?

    We are looking for a Product Manager to support our OEM Partners and Vertical Markets. This role will be responsible for product positioning, market/customer requirements, strategy & the commercial launch of OEM Service & Support solutions. You will lead cross functionally to deliver product requirements, own the voice of the customer/business, and will work collaboratively with the technical delivery teams.

    We are seeking a Product Manager that is able to work closely with other business units/divisions, functional partners, and marketing counterparts to support the prioritization and commercialization of these service solutions. You will also have the opportunity to ensure that we have a successful Global Go-to-Market strategy, launch support materials and a customer centric approach to drive uptake of these solutions.

    What will you do?

    Understand the voice of the customer, market and business insights to drive product planning

    • Gather the business requirements from a variety of sources including customers, employees, competitive and market research
    • Maximize qualitative & quantitative market research to develop customer-centric service & support offerings, tailored as needed to specific regions/segments, that drive growth for the business
    • Run data analysis to support strategic direction and drive cross functional alignment
    • Oversee business strategy including market outlook, competitive assessment, opportunity prioritization and product roadmap for service & support portfolio

    New Product Introduction, Product Lifecycle Management, & Go-to-Market Launch Planning

    • Drive business success through impactful customer facing product launches, thoughtful lifecycle decisions and evolution of product solutions
    • Ensure robust commercialization of NPIs including business modeling, SKU & product hierarchy setup, establish list price & discount guidelines
    • Focus on laying out a differentiated product value proposition that delivers unique value based on customer frictions points and needs
    • Delivers against success metrics, and key marketing and commercial launches schedules
    • Works closely with Market Development to develop a global go-to-market commercial strategy to support key launches that can be localized by business and region to improve service attachment
    • Lead your product portfolio life cycle including pricing and discontinuation strategies to minimize customer or revenue impact
    • Partner with Service Development and Service Innovation teams to ensure alignment of NPI and lifecycle management goals / strategy

    How will you get here?


    • Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Engineering or Marketing required


    • 3+ years of product management or commercial experience

    Knowledge, Skills, Abilities

    • Able to act in a relatively autonomous capacity and encounter problems of diverse scope and moderate to high complexity
    • Experience working in environments with strong cross functional/Matrix collaboration
    • Experience leading teams without direct authority
    • Self-starter with the ability to build and implement plans based on a vision
    • Up to 25% domestic and international travel
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific logo

    Senior Product Manager

    Thermo Fisher Scientific
    USA Only
    3 weeks ago

    Position: Senior Product Manager

    Labware and BottlesWhat will you do?

    • Develop multi-year product strategies and guide fiscal planning for future positioning, growth and evolution of product platforms.
    • This includes identifying, establishing and managing relationships with customers, suppliers and industry opinion leaders.

    Location: Waltham, MA – Remote or anywhere in the US-Remote based.

    • The Product Manager is ultimately responsible for revenue, margin, customer satisfaction, and market share objectives.
    • Analyze market trends, customer requirements, and competitive strategy, and identify opportunities for increasing customer and business value through product differentiation
    • Lead new product development including the voice of customer research, defining critical customer and product requirements with prioritized features and corresponding business and financial justification with ROI
    • Serve as product champion with internal stakeholders, regional teams, and directly with key accounts. An effective performer will maintain close interaction with field organization (e.g., sales and technical support) through training and active participation in the sales process, including customer visits, product value proposition, pricing tactics, and customer support.
    • Serve as the customer advocate interacting w/ functional partners including R&D, Program Management, Manufacturing, Finance, Customer Services, Quality and Regulatory
    • Develop and deliver product training programs for internal and external customers
    • Assess and evaluate market and competition to help develop and deploy key messages and communication strategies for the product line with the Marketing Development team
    • Manage the life cycle of the existing product portfolio. Responsibilities include pricing /margin optimization, management across the customer value continuum.
    • Forecast with operations/planning to ensure proper inventory management of product line

    How you will get here:

    • Education:
    • Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in life science discipline with strong analytical skills and a general knowledge base of biological sciences.
    • Masters or Ph.D. with an emphasis in Cell Culture or Lab setting highly preferred.
    • Experience:
    • 5+ years of product management experience
    • Knowledge of cell culture, biobanking, genomics, clinical diagnostics and lab automation markets is desirable
    • Experience with financial modelling and data analysis skills. Ability to build and analyze models to forecast and track results.
    • Experience with building product roadmaps and product life cycle management.
    • Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
    • Position may require Covid-19 vaccination and/or routine testing, per client discretion
    • Strong communication (written and verbal), interpersonal, relationship building, project management and planning/prioritization skills.
    • Proven ability to identify strategic opportunities set aggressive objectives, and drive key business priorities.
    • Demonstrates strategic and tactical thinking; must be creative and have the ‘big picture’ viewpoint.
    • Ability to work independently in a fast-paced changing environment with deadline and resource constraints
    • Must have strong analytical skills and ability to tie detailed analysis to a larger strategy
    • Results and proactive solution-driven, the ability to think critically to overcome potential business hurdles to complete tasks
    • Strong business acumen and customer focus are essential.
    • Excellent communication skills including oral, written and presentation techniques
    • Ability to travel up to 25% of the time post COVID
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