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  • Smile.io logo

    Senior Product Marketer

    1 day ago

    Smile.io is the world’s largest loyalty platform, providing easy-to-use reward programs that help scaling e-commerce brands transform one-time sales into repeat, loyal customers. Over 60,000 brands use Smile to turn transactional purchasers into passionate repeat shoppers.

    We’re celebrating explosive growth and need your help empowering every entrepreneur to grow their brand and build lasting relationships with their customers. We are a remote-first company, and we believe you should be able to work from anywhere. We have team members working from home offices across the globe, and our team has never been more connected. Tell us where you'd like to work when you apply!

    About the Product Team:

    As a Senior Product Marketer, you’ll play an integral role in the product team as a key contributor across our cross-functional, autonomous product squads. Together, we identify significant market opportunities and develop strategies to unlock as much value as we possibly can for our users. We’re always looking to develop a clearer picture of our place in the market, the differentiated value we can offer, and where we’re headed. We strive to communicate these to our growing user base as well. 

    About the Role:

    You are passionate about small businesses and e-commerce, and you value being a part of the team that builds exceptional products that help entrepreneurs. You will build the product marketing function from the ground up, working cross-functionally to bring the voice of our users into product development, awareness, and adoption. Smile is a fast-growing scale-up; our ideal candidate has been a key part of hyper-growth teams in the past.

    What you'll help us achieve:

    • Define and own Smile’s product positioning and messaging and lead go-to-market strategy and execution.
    • Drive competitive analysis and differentiation initiatives
    • Foster ongoing collaboration across teams to create and execute strategic programs that increase adoption, retention, and usage throughout the product life cycle.
    • Cultivate ongoing merchant insights to inform product and marketing strategy.
    • Create compelling in-product marketing strategies that drive key user engagement and monetization metrics such as free-to-paid conversion
    • Contribute to an experiment-driven approach that helps us find important new tactics for driving our KPIs

    Who you are:

    • You have at least 5+ years of experience in high-growth, platform-driven environments/ecosystems.
    • A master communicator with strong user empathy and excellent written and verbal communications skills. You can take complex subjects and translate them into everyday language.
    • Entrepreneurial and collaborative by nature, you are effective at diligently working across teams to deliver results. You’re also comfortable with collaboration tools and a distributed workforce.
    • Data-oriented and relentlessly focused/organized; you’re able to bridge the gap between strategy and execution.
    • A marketer with a strong email marketing background
    • Passionate about helping as many entrepreneurs as possible!

    Bonus if you have:

    • Global experience, either in a multi-national product organization, in markets other than North America, or with teams distributed across the world.
    • Hands-on entrepreneurial experience.
    • Both B2B and B2C marketing experience.

    Who are we?

    Everyone at Smile is driven by these core values:

    Be Humble - think of the team before thinking of yourself. We have no room for massive egos.

    Be Hungry - set hard goals, ask lots of questions and learn every day.

    Be Human - show empathy towards others, consider the impact of your decisions on other teams.

    We know that Smile.io as a business is in constant evolution - the same is true of our people. We’re here to support each other in our growth, so we talk openly about our career & personal goals. With such a diverse team of people, we know we can offer you the mentorship, tools and encouragement you need to grow.

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  • Bitfinex logo

    Mobile App Product Manager

    1 day ago

    Mobile App Product Manager (Remote)

    Job description

    Founded in 2012, Bitfinex is a digital asset trading platform offering state-of-the-art services for digital currency traders and global liquidity providers. We’re on a mission to create the most innovative cryptocurrencies exchange. This is a unique opportunity, a rare window of time at the tipping point of the financial evolution. Much like the early days of the internet, blockchain technology faces complex new challenges and having the best team plays a pivotal role in success.

    Our team is fully remote and globally distributed to capture the best talent from around the world. So far our company has grown fast and stayed lean to secure its place as a leader in the space.

    As a Mobile App Product Manager you will work with Product and Project managers and with members of the Engineering, Design, Marketing and Legal teams to formulate and execute our business and product strategies across the Bitfinex Mobile App.

    You will focus on delivering Bitfinex’s industry leading professional exchange trading technology through our mobile app. To do so you will need to develop a deep understanding of our trading platform, customers, the market, our competitors and the wider cryptocurrency and blockchain industry as a whole, and collaborate with world-class engineering, marketing, legal and design teams to deliver industry-leading technologies that help us meet the company’s high level business goals. Specifically you will:

    • Understand Bitfinex’s professional trader user base and their requirements to continue the development of a mobile app experience that fully recreates all web app functionality and enables traders to manage their trading strategies from their mobile devices.
    • Understand the wider cryptocurrency retail market, our competition, and retail investor requirements in-depth to develop and deliver new mobile products and features that grow the mobile app’s share of the retail market.
    • Contribute to the development of product and business strategy for the product team and the business as a whole.
    • Research, understand and analyze customer needs and expectations.
    • Own and optimize adoption KPIs for the mobile app.
    • Review and prioritize activities based on business and customer impact.
    • Liaise with the marketing and legal teams to increase awareness of new product and services and lead product launches.
    • Develop industry partnerships and expand our ecosystem of products and services.


    Minimum requirements

    • 2+ years of product management, product marketing and/or product design experience developing fintech or cryptocurrency-focused products.
    • Experience collaborating on strategic product roadmaps; leading development from conception to launch; and working with cross-functional teams to develop consumer-facing products for international markets.
    • BA/MA degree in business, marketing, design, human interaction design, computer science or equivalent working experience.
    • Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects, be a true team-player, influence multiple stakeholders without direct authority, and effectively time-manage and prioritize under pressure.
    • Strong UX skills, and an ability to develop simple, intuitive solutions to complex problems.
    • Deep analytical, prioritization and problem solving skills, with a strong sense of responsibility.
    • Demonstrated passion for cryptocurrency and the financial markets.
    • An entrepreneurial self-starter mindset and the ability to succeed in a dynamic environment.

    Additional preferred qualifications

    • Experience developing financial products, technologies and platforms in the cryptocurrency space.
    • Experience developing products for retail investors, e.g. mobile wallets, social trading, online brokerages, etc.
    • Knowledge of multiple functional areas such as Product Management, Engineering, UX/UI, Sales, Customer Support, Finance or Marketing.
  • FormAssembly logo

    Product Owner

    USA Only
    1 day ago

    Product Owner

    • REMOTE
    • Product
    • Full time


    FormAssembly is growing fast and we are excited to add a Product Owner to help scale our products to the next phase of our growth.


    • Understand business needs at a tactical and a strategic level and then translate those needs into a deep, prioritized and groomed backlog.
    • Define, prioritize and clarify requirements and enhancements and capture them in the form of user stories.
    • Ensure the product backlog is constantly prioritized so our teams deliver maximum business value to our customers.
    • Evaluate information from multiple sources, reconcile conflicts and create actionable epics and/or features.
    • Be the primary product specialist for the engineering team and serve as the key stakeholder of product decisions during planning, grooming and development.
    • Work with Scrum Master to run successful sprint planning and release planning sessions, as well as sprint reviews and retrospectives.
    • Provide flawless communications and coordination between the product organization, engineering and relevant business partners.
    • Responsible for working with internal teams (Marketing, Sales, Partnerships, Customer Success, etc.) to ensure release readiness across the organization.
    • Experience with sprints containing new development alongside bug fixes and understanding when to make tradeoffs between planned work and unplanned work.
    • Comfortable interacting with end users, as well as executive management at any given moment.
    • Continuously improve product delivery.


    • 2+ years experience with Agile (Scrum, Kanban, SAFe, etc.).
    • 2+ years experience in quality assurance, business/product analysis, project management, user experience or similar.
    • Highly organized with superb documenting skills.
    • Ability to work on multiple efforts simultaneously, prioritize conflicting demands and set expectations accordingly.
    • Experience at a SaaS company with enterprise products.
    • Experience with Salesforce.com.
    • Experience working in a remote team.
    • Excellent collaborator, negotiator, time manager and verbal/written communicator.

    Bonus Points for:

    • Experience at a SaaS company with enterprise products.
    • Experience with Salesforce.com.
    • Experience working in a remote team.

    About Us:

    • FormAssembly is a 100% remote SaaS company dedicated to helping customers streamline organizational processes and be better stewards of their data and we are looking for key individuals to join our rapidly growing team.
    • Customers like Amazon, PayPal, New York City, Harvard, and thousands of other organizations worldwide rely on FormAssembly to capture the data they need quickly and securely. We have been recognized in the 2020 Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies, and we are a G2 Crowd Winter 2021 Leader.
    • We’re intelligent, adaptive, and growing rapidly – thanks to our impressive roster of customers.

    Here are some links to give you a peek into what it’s like to work at FormAssembly:

    • Meet our awesome team.
    • Learn how and why we work remotely.

    If you’re a genuinely nice person who is great to work with, respectful, and who will put the team and our customers first, we’d be thrilled to have you apply for this position. FormAssembly is an equal opportunity employer. If you belong to an under-represented group in tech, you’ll find a welcoming culture that thrives on diversity.

    This is a full-time position, open to all locations (working remotely from home).


    FormAssembly offers several benefits that help to facilitate a healthy team, personal growth, and a work-life balance, all of which contribute to creating a more engaged and passionate workforce.

    • Health benefits (health, dental, vision) for team members based in the United States
    • 401(k) with 4% company match
    • 4 weeks paid vacation and 9 company holidays
    • Flexible work schedule
    • Paid parental leave
    • Charitable contribution match
    • Budget for professional development
    • Company provided Mac laptop

    You’ll be joining a talented and fun team, working together to build something great!

  • Factora logo

    Product Associate

    North America Only
    1 day ago

    Product Associate at Factora

    Skills: Tech-savvy, detail-oriented, entrepreneurial-minded

    Location: North America

    Are you confident in your ability to navigate different tech platforms and stay on top of lots of moving pieces? If you’re motivated to build and manage online products that transform women’s financial futures, keep reading…


    Factora is a small (but mighty!) female-led company on a mission to lead 1 million women to $1 million in net worth. We teach repeatable steps to build wealth through our beautifully-designed, community-centered, “mini Masters” in personal finance, called the Wealth Circle.  We also get women talking about money—through our Coffee & Coin podcast, events, emails, and Instagram—because talking leads to doing.

    We are not your average company—we always make sure our team members have plenty of freedom and flexibility to live their best lives, recharge, and have fun on this journey together.


    Women make 85% of all consumer purchasing decisions…and yet, only 8% of us are investing. Women miss out on millions of dollars over a course of a lifetime due to this investment gap. More female millionaires mean more chances to be the change we want to see in the world. That’s why we took things into our own hands.


    Working at Factora means working on your own time (we don’t have hundreds of meetings but we do have hard deadlines), a flexible vacation policy, and taking the months of June and December to work fully remote from wherever you choose. It also means getting the chance to make a real difference in the world: helping thousands of women take charge of their money, become wealthier, and build the lives they’ve always wanted.


    • Be the first hire under our Head of Product, who is responsible for running our online courses,  membership program, and tech platforms. 
    • Become part of a fast-paced company that’s revolutionizing women’s finances.
    • Have a hand in shaping the future of an early-stage business.


    • 40 hour/week contract role with the opportunity to become a salaried employee 
    • Requires a mix of work-from-home as well as virtual and in-person collaboration in Austin, TX
    • Oversee and support all technology needs for Factora’s online courses, monthly membership, and referral program
    • Own and manage Factora’s course platform, including content organization, tags, automations, and integrations
    • Define needs for new product strategies, tools, systems, and processes 
    • Lead product-related platform shifts & optimization
    • Manage Factora’s course payment system
    • Operate and facilitate live courses, webinars, and membership calls during work hours and occasionally during the evenings.
    • Create copy to be used within the product and review product copy for promotional use
    • Assist with additional miscellaneous tasks as needed


    • A self-starter who is entrepreneurial, innovative, and fearlessly committed to creating solutions.
    • A visionary who is comfortable with the unpredictability and limited resources of an early-stage startup. 
    • A leader who takes full ownership of their role and is confident in their ability to finish a project without much hand-holding.
    • A detail-focused creator who will tweak and tweak and tweak to ensure all product materials are flawless before they are distributed.
    • A great communicator who is willing to speak up when she disagrees or doesn’t understand the task at hand.
    • A tech-savvy guru (experience with Kajabi, Zoom, Zapier, Slack, and Asana is a plus!) who is ruthlessly organized.
    • A mission-driven human who is interested in personal finance and helping other women succeed.


    • Those that need a lot of direction and structure to complete a project.
    • Those that don’t adapt well to change.
    • Those that have a hard time hitting tight deadlines.


    I’m Allegra, a former New York City fashion turned finance professional. After college I followed a pretty typical route many women experience and spent the first decade of my career being overworked and underpaid.  After years of struggling financially, I learned the hard way how to negotiate my salary, and eventually did it so well I became a salary negotiation coach to help other women advocate for their earning potential too. 

    Suddenly I was making A LOT more money but I was also starting to spend A LOT more money and acquiring lifestyle debt. How could this be?! I realized that despite making more I didn’t understand how to save or invest my income. I tried talking to friends and colleagues but it seemed everyone was having the same issues and were too scared to talk about it.

    Therein began my financial revolution to where I am today. I dove head-first into learning as much as I could about personal finance and investing. After a few years, I uprooted my life to Austin, TX to accelerate my wealth building goals. Soon thereafter I would galvanize a community of women who were also interested in becoming financially-savvy and Factora was born. 

    Three years later, I’m the CEO of the fastest growing women’s wealth-building network in the US, with a small but mighty team of incredible people by my side. Factora has over 400 customers, 3K monthly podcast downloads, 5K Instagram followers, and is on pace to double all these metrics by the end of 2021. 

    If this sounds like the right challenge for you, our team hopes to hear from you. 


    • Use this link to submit your application
    • Be prepared to upload an interest letter + your resume. 
    • In your interest letter, explain in less than 500 words 1) Why you want to work at Factora and 2) Why you’d be the best fit for this role. 
    • Please submit your interest letter and resume as one combined pdf document, with the interest letter as the first page. 
    • Please name the file in this format: FirstName_LastName_JobTitle
  • Nathan James logo

    VP, Product

    Nathan James
    2 days ago

    Nathan James is looking for a VP, Product to lead end-to-end product commercialization and strategy in support of our mission being a key driver in helping 4X the business over the next three years.

    People-first company, design-first home.

    We are a design-first, home furnishing company focusing on the habits of urban dwellers and first time home buyers. We pride ourselves on the best in class customer happiness, providing the highest possible quality products that are affordable for the majority and assembly that isn't dreadful.

    As a people-first company, we understood from day one the importance of being fully distributed. 


    A person who will be happy, fulfilled, and successful in this role and as a remote team member at Nathan James is someone who values life and identity outside of work.This role is the Product Function Owner at Nathan James and reports directly to the COO. This role will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of contract manufacturing (sourcing, quality management and on-time production) as well as all aspects of product development (product design and product engineering). This role will be leading the function to support the launch of 100+ new SKUs annually and expanding product lines across the home category, while continuously improving our product experience.

    This role will make an immediate impact by leading our China and Vietnam Country Managers to execute Nathan James’ mission and oversee the production of 50-100 containers per month. The role will also oversee our Director of Product Development and her team while providing guidance on our product assortment expansion into new home furnishing categories. VP Product is responsible for cultivating and leading high performing teams, managing organizational design, developing efficient internal/external procedures in order to simplify operations for scale. This role will require approximately 4-6 weeks of travel per year to visit existing vendors, our teams and potential new vendors. 


    We understand, now more than ever, that time is infinite. That’s why with everything we work toward, we try to solve for happiness. Happiness means a lot of different things to different people, so we put in the work that goes into building an inclusive and supportive place for you to do the best work of your career. Our values and our benefits are designed to support a healthy relationship with your work. Our operating values provide the framework we use in building a happy and resilient organization.We also understand working for Nathan James isn’t the main function of your life, and we don’t expect that! We’ve found that a team member who will be happy and fulfilled as a remote team member at Nathan James is someone who values their personal identity outside of work. That’s why we don’t create mandatory team hangouts or events. We focus on how to improve collaboration, not forcing engagement.We collaborate best when we listen and learn from each other. We become stronger when we advocate new perspectives and viewpoints. This gives us all the chance to amplify our voices to achieve our goals. This is why we’ve been a remote company since day 1. We focus on what we’re solving for, so we don’t create barriers or expectations that distract us from our mission. We also don’t set unreasonable working hours, deadlines, or goals. We create with calm, “slow is smooth and smooth is fast”.  

    When you join the Nathan James team, you can expect a thorough, but mindful onboarding process with ramp-up time to learn. You can expect to give and provide direct feedback. You can expect minimal meetings. You can expect to work with smart and good people. You can expect to be counted on. Most importantly, you can expect to do the best work of your career here. 


    We’re looking for someone with an entrepreneurial mindset who has extensive experience managing the complete product lifecycle in furniture from an engineering perspective. You must have a deep understanding of raw materials, where they’re sourced from, who are the primary buyers and what they are being used for. You’re aware of the emerging manufacturing markets and know how to spot opportunities. You’re a big proponent of automated manufacturing. You are deeply analytical, data-driven, and comfortable analyzing data to make decisions. You should be a decisive individual who is tuned into the industry and able to intuitively forecast future challenges based on today’s news. You are proactive in your process and learn quickly, leveraging both software and documentation.

    You are a big-picture thinker who is comfortable and effective working both at the strategic and tactical levels.You have high standards, you’ve seen great, and want to implement great. You’re passionate about pushing the boundaries on product experience, especially when it comes to home! You're eager to unlock your own potential, and subsequently unlock even more rapid growth for Nathan James’ product function. If everything you’ve read so far is exciting you on a weird level, then you are the type of person to be a key contributor to innovation and scaling a business like Nathan James! 

    On a granular level we’re looking for:

    • 10+ years of product leadership experience
    • 6+ year of experience working with China contract manufacturers
    • Deep understanding of product engineering
    • Oversaw the product life cycle of hundreds of  SKUs
    • Someone who’s setup a team and managed an overseas team

    For this role we do require that your normal workday has at least 4 hours overlap with the Montreal workday (currently UTC-5) without impinging on your personal/family life. 

    This is a remote role, since we are a remote company! We encourage everyone to work in whichever manner that helps them perform their best.You’re free to work where you work best, anywhere in the world: home office, co-working space, or coffee shops. That hinges on effective writing, self-awareness, and comfort with open communication.


    Our benefits are all aimed at supporting a life well lived both at work and away from work.

    We’re all about reasonable working hours, sharing, ample vacation time, wellness, education, comfort, and giving back. We offer competitive salaries, for a similar role in the country you will be working from.


    Please submit an application here that speaks directly to this position. There are no right answers or cookie-cutter expectations. A cover letter is not required, but those that clearly demonstrate how Nathan James would be a great fit for you and how you would be a great fit for us, will be given full attention and are highly appreciated. 

    You’ll hear from us about advancement to a video screen and then on to a work sample, where you’ll get a chance to see the types of challenges you would be solving in this role. Our interviews are all remote by Whereby video chat (no software needed), with your future colleagues, on your schedule.

    We appreciate your consideration into having Nathan James be part of your career.

    Our open conversation starts with this post. We look forward to hearing from you.Check us out on LinkedIn here!

  • ABC Financial logo

    Senior Product Manager- Payments

    ABC Financial
    USA Only
    2 days ago

    Senior Product Manager- Payments

    • Remote, United States
    • It’s fun to work in a company where people truly BELIEVE in what they’re doing!
    • We’re committed to bringing passion and customer focus to the business.

    Job Description

    Our core is your strength:

    • ABC Fitness Solutions is the premier provider of software and related services for the fitness industry and has built a reputation for excellence in support for clubs and their members.
    • ABC is the trusted provider to boost performance and create a total fitness experience for members of clubs of all sizes whether a multi-location chain, franchise, or an independent gym.
    • Founded in 1981, ABC helps nearly 16,000 clubs and facilities globally perform better and more profitably offering a comprehensive SaaS club management solution that enables club operators to achieve optimal performance.
    • ABC Fitness Solutions is a private equity firm focused on investing in software and technology companies.

    At the very core:

    • As a Senior Product Manager, you are the consummate team player, adept at managing relationships, collaborating, and influencing across a variety of organizational functions.
    • You will guide the Payments global product development team that is charged with a product’s contribution to our business, building new products and increasing the revenue and profitability of existing products. ABC is a global Payment Facilitator processing $8b annually.
    • This is a “full stack” position with direct interaction with both the market and the development team.
    • We are specifically looking for a product manager who loves to get into the details and wants to manage payment partnerships, have direct client relationship as well as write stories for the developers.
    • You are a strategist who will translate the company’s high-level vision and goals into actionable tasks.
    • You will set global payments and product strategy, prioritize features, build consensus, and coordinate product schedules with your design and engineering teammates.
    • You should be prepared to make decisions with imperfect information, know how to lead without authority and be comfortable managing chaos, ambiguity and complexity.
    • You must also enjoy spending time in the market to understand market problems and finding innovative solutions for the fitness industry – specifically health club owners and operators.
    • You will also serve as the internal and external evangelist for your product offering, occasionally working to support the sales channel and key customers. In short, you must be prepared to communicate with all areas of the company.

    What we’re looking for:

    • 7 + years’ experience in software product management, preferably with more than one company and a college degree is preferred
    • 5 + years’ experience in the payments industry, preferably in the payment facilitator space
    • Equivalent experience with global payments, vendor management, and contract negotiations
    • Experience optimizing payment experiences and approval rates
    • Proficient with payment metrics & KPI’s, data analytics
    • Experience with digital & retail technologies, e-commerce, and mobile applications, working with complex contracts, third party vendors, and internal stakeholders
    • Knowledge of the fitness club industry – as an enthusiast, user or professionally
    • Great teamwork and organizational skills to keep your matrix-team interlocked
    • Experience working in an Agile development environment and with global development teams

    What you’ll do:

    • Act as the “messenger of the market” from the outside-in to the rest of the organization.
    • Analyze various payment partnerships and market segments and collaborate with leadership to choose the best ones to pursue.
    • Develop a global payments strategy and roadmap for our products to illustrate our vision and plan into the future.
    • Develop and maintain a business proposal that makes a compelling case for continued investment into your products.
    • Collaborate with other stakeholders such as product marketing on the creation of positioning for your products.
    • Create user stories for current and future products based on the market’s problems.
    • Manage the entire product line life cycle from sunsetting legacy products to prototyping and testing new features/products and ideas.
    • Drive buy-build-partner analysis, and where necessary, review potential partner relationships for the product.
    • Know why we are winning and losing in the market, and drive changes to our product and processes to create improvement.
    • Keep a finger on the pulse of our competition and develop strategies and tactics to reduce the threat and leverage opportunities.

    What’s in it for you:

    • High growth, highly collaborative environment
    • Start-up vibe
    • Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K and other benefits
  • simpleclub  logo

    Senior Product Manager - Germany

    2 days ago

    You will be joining us as our very first Product Manager at simpleclub. In this position you will have to multitask and implement Product Management at simpleclub. You will be responsible for establishing and tracking relevant product KPIs in order to make solid strategic decisions. You feel very comfortable with data while taking market knowledge and user empathy into consideration. 

    How will you make an impact:

    • Owning the research, idea validation, prioritisation and implementation for our student application, in collaboration with engineers, data analysts, designers , marketing and other stakeholders across the organisation 
    • Managing a long term product roadmap based on a healthy balance of innovation, reducing technical debt and maintenance and support
    • Collecting data and feedback to identify user problems and their drivers
    • Pro-actively sharing market, industry and user research information to promote innovation across simpleclub
    • Being a champion for product innovation and data-driven decision making
    • Acting as a Scrum PO 
    • Partnering with multiple stakeholders to receive input, get feedback, and keep them informed
    • Using a diverse set of methodologies to validate ideas and the success of the chosen solutions 

    What we value:

    • Product Management: proven track record running research, ideation, validation, prioritisation and implementation product phases
    • Product life-cycle experience: Experience in end-to-end product management of Mobile Application products including concept, growth and scaling
    • User-empathy. You love to find, understand and tackle user pains and translate them into actionable solutions 
    • Data-driven mindset. You have previous experience collecting data to measure user behaviour and product success and you use it to make strategic decisions 
    • A true partner: Experience working across multiple areas such as Engineering, UI/UX Marketing, Design, Sales, Customer Support and Finance
    • Exceptional eye for UX. You have an excellent eye for User Experience keeping the User at the center of everything

    Bonus points if:

    •  Experience with a subscription-based product

    What is in for you:

    • Work from anywhere
    • Team events
    • A great culture
    • Education
    • Join a purposeful mission
    • Open communication

    simpleclub welcomes everyone. Yes, everyone:

    At simpleclub we are devoted to building an environment that promotes equality, inclusion and diversity. We are on the path towards expansion and with that we believe everyone’s uniqueness should be celebrated and embraced. This is critical to our success and innovation. We want to build a product that is loved by everyone and we want the same to be reflected in our teams. 

    It is key to us that our employees bring themselves to work no matter what age, ethnicity, religion, citizenship, sexual orientation, disability status, neurodiversity, colour of your skin, beliefs, gender or else. 

    With this in mind, we are working to ensure simpleclub remains a diverse and inclusive environment for everyone.

  • KosmoTime logo

    Product Manager / Analytics Manager

    2 days ago

    We at KosmoTime have the goal to re-invent personal productivity.  Our recently launched app calendar app integrates with task management, time tracking and distraction blocking to help busy professionals achieve new levels of productivity.

    One of our co-founders, Martin, is a Data Scientist previously working in the AI department of Facebook. Our other co-founder Nicolas is also CEO of Chili Piper, a super fast growing Sales Tech SaaS company with close to 100 employees over the world. We believe that KosmoTIme can be as successful or even more successful in the coming year.

    We’re looking for someone super talented to work with the founders to keep improving our product, by constantly monitoring our usage data, suggesting improvements, leading their implementation and testing their adoption.

    This position is a combination of two roles, Product Manager and Analytics Manager, because we believe that the modern way to build a B2C app is to be data-driven. 

    Responsibilities include:

    • Build reports and dashboards in mixpanel (or alternative analytics system) to monitor & analyze our adoption & usage
    • Constantly suggest product improvements to increase adoption
    • Track in Asana (or alternative) the features to be built and their status
    • Coordinate with our designer & engineers the actual implementation of new features & bug fixes
    • Communicate to our user base 
    • Write user guide and support tutorials

    We’re looking for someone PASSIONATE about productivity.

    We value TALENT over experience as long as evidence of such talent is already visible.

    Our Company is 100% distributed so all locations are welcome

  • MoveOn logo

    Product Manager (Remote, 1 year)

    2 days ago

    Full-time • Competitive Pay • Excellent Benefits • Work from Anywhere in the contiguous U.S. 

    Starts June 7, 2021 or earlier, 1-year position

    Apply here: https://grnh.se/99fd8d031us

    Application deadline: April 13, 2021.  Applications accepted on a rolling basis until job is filled. 

    MoveOn is a diverse and vibrant community of millions of people working together to create progressive change in America. We are an innovative campaigning organization that supports people throughout the country to take action through driving impactful campaigns that influence the behavior of people and institutions, shape the outcomes of elections, and expand the realities of what’s possible. We organize to challenge entrenched power, while pursuing economic, racial, and social justice and a vision of a country in which everyone can thrive.

    MoveOn has a vital role to play in securing progress during the Biden-Harris administration, and in organizing the grassroots to set up election wins in 2021, 2022, and beyond. We are building a powerful, multiracial, and economic populist movement, and fighting for progress on health care, climate, racial justice and more. In service of that mission, in 2021 and beyond, MoveOn will drive impactful, movement-connected, multichannel, nimble campaigns aimed at impact.

    We are looking for a motivated Product Manager to join the Product team to help manage and improve our digital campaigning toolset in particular. This role will work closely with campaign directors, organizers, designers, and engineers to turn member feedback into real products and will be critical for setting the direction of our tools to fuel our campaigning in 2021 and beyond.

    Our campaign directors can drive the most impactful campaigns when we develop technology that scales our campaigns and organizing, while maintaining a personalized connection. This Product Manager role will operate at an important nexus and bridge critical teams that must work well together to best organize and empower our members.  


    • Manage the roadmap and documentation for MoveOn’s digital campaigning stack in order to fuel campaigns and organizing, and improve member experience.
    • Work collaboratively with the Product team and stakeholders to design, test, and launch key features or tools, including supporting onboarding, QA, and measuring impact.
    • Propose feature prioritization and decisions for MoveOn campaigning tools, and ensure timely progress toward implementation.
    • Be deeply integrated into MoveOn’s Organizing and Campaigns teams and understand their needs, pain points, priorities, and workflows.
    • Work closely with the Organizing and Campaigns team leads to identify, plan, and execute technical campaigning-related trainings and skill development.
    • Conduct market research, interviews, and user testing and analyze learnings to identify pain points and opportunities to improve MoveOn’s digital toolset.
    • Work closely with the Analytics team to analyze member data, propose key performance indicators, and develop tracking dashboards to understand the effectiveness of campaigning workflows and tools and areas of improvement.
    • Gather requirements and draft detailed user stories, acceptance criteria, and other documentation to support technical implementation and QA. 
    • Run webpage, email, and other conversion optimizations to drive campaigning.

    A successful candidate will …

    • Demonstrate empathy for users and creatively solve problems through brainstorming and testing solutions.
    • Have strong prioritization and decision making skills, including incorporating diverse and sometimes conflicting feedback to propose difficult decisions and explain the why.
    • Have strong communication and writing skills, including being able to translate between technical and nontechnical audiences, surface tensions, drive to understanding, and make good use of management structures.
    • Have keen attention to detail and a highly dependable work ethic, including the ability to work well under pressure within a fast-paced, high-performing team.
    • Show interest in or experience with progressive activism, advocacy, campaigning, organizing, or politics.

    Required skills and experience

    • Previous experience as a product owner, associate, or manager (minimum 3 years).
    • Strong qualitative and quantitative research and analysis skills, including market research, user testing, A/B testing, and experience with basic SQL or similar languages.
    • Experience planning, coordinating, executing, and evaluating product or feature launches from beginning to end and across technical and nontechnical teams.
    • Strong equity analysis and demonstrated understanding, commitment to, and prioritization of racial and social justice, and experience working effectively with different constituencies.
    • Self-directedness—MoveOn is a virtual office, and while you will interact with your colleagues constantly, you will be driving your own workflow and output. Excellent personal organization and time management skills are key. 

    Reports to: Product Director

    Location: Position may be based anywhere in the contiguous United States. May require occasional travel.  

    Salary and Benefits: At MoveOn, we commit to equity in our compensation philosophy and practices. We are committed to equal pay for equal work. To counter systemic compensation issues in this country and pay inequality, we have a nonnegotiable compensation practice. We utilize benchmarking and peer organization data to ensure we provide competitive nonprofit compensation and benefits. The salary for this position is $89K or $103K depending on experience/tier.  In addition to the base salary, we offer a home office subsidy that ranges from $4K to $14K annually and is based on your home location. We also offer an internet and phone subsidy of $2,100 and a health and wellness subsidy of $900 annually. All of these cash benefits are added to your bimonthly paycheck.   We offer strong medical, dental, and vision benefits which are free to employees and children of employees (spouses or domestic partners can be added at a subsidized rate).  We offer employer-paid premiums for life insurance; four weeks accrued paid vacation time per year, prorated for the period that you work; 18 weeks of paid parental leave (birth, adoption, foster care placement of a child), 10 days accrued paid sick time prorated for the period that you work, paid family medical leave, and staff holidays.  We contribute 5% to your 401(k) after six months of employment. We also offer $1K in professional development budget each year for each staff member.

    MoveOn.org Civic Action and MoveOn.org Political Action provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.

  • MercuryWorks logo

    Technical Product Manager

    3 days ago

    We are a closely held software development agency and we are looking for a driven Product Manager.  Are you experienced in product management, Lean and Agile development methods?  Passionate about building products that customers love?  Looking for a no-politics zone to do your best work?  Mercury is the place for you!

    The Work

    The Product Manager fulfills a range of functions including advising clients and product owning a Scrum team to ship resulting solutions including:

    • Custom business applications utilizing rich HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript-driven front ends
    • Progress Web Applications
    • Business intelligence and collaboration systems
    • iOS and Android business applications
    • Large-scale website development based on innovative creative design, highly usable custom widgets and CMSes

    Skills & Requirements

    The position requires proven work experience in product management with a technical background and understanding of (perhaps even hands-on experience) software development and web technologies.The Product Manager will work within a multidisciplinary Scrum team, so strong problem-solving skills and a willingness to roll up one’s sleeves will go a long way.  The ability to research, reason and communicate recommendations to clients and executive management is crucial.

    The Product Manager will also work hand-in-hand with clients so possession of a consulting mindset and comfort with service-oriented interactions is a must.  The ability to oversee multiple clients and manage software development budgets is also a key job function.

    Specific position requirements include the following:

    • Bachelor’s Degree favored, preferably in Business, Computer Science and/or Engineering
    • 5+ years of hands-on experience with Agile-driven software development
    • 5+ years in a professional work environment analyzing business problems, collaborating and leading teams preferred
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills are pretty darn important, too

    An affinity for caffeinated beverages and a strong meme stash won’t hurt your chances.

    Some Specifics

    At Mercury you will:

    • Translate product strategy into detailed user stories and prototypes
    • Collaborate with interface designers and software architects to define product vision
    • Create and prioritize product backlogs
    • Apply exact standards to ensure that high quality applications and sites are delivered
    • Represent the company with customers and guide company resources to meet their needs

    What Kind of Products Will You Work On?

    • Web, mobile and collaboration applications for the Southeast's fastest growing commercial real estate firms
    • Progressive web application for one of the nation’s leading furniture retailers
    • Ecommerce, operational management and transactional reporting system for a funded late-stage startup
    • iOS, Android and PWA applications for Fortune 50 consumer products field workforce
    • Data dashboards, drill down business intelligence reports and mobile reporting for global professional services firms

    How to Know If You're A Fit

    If any of the following excite you, we definitely want to talk to you!

    This Is A Remote-Friendly Position

    Mercury is a distributed workforce with developers and designers located throughout the United States.  We are open to applicants located anywhere in the continental United States (we find all team members being within 3 time zones of each other best for collaboration) and also Tampa Bay-based professionals.

  • CyberCoders logo

    Product Manager – eCommerce

    USA Only
    4 days ago

    100% REMOTE Product Manager (eCommerce) – Startup Experience

    • Telecommuting Available
    • Full-time $140k – $160k
    • Job Title: REMOTE Product Manager -eCommerce (Individual Contributor)
    • Job Location: REMOTE
    • Salary: $140,000 – $160,000
    • Requirements: 5+ years with Product Management and eCommerce for Startup Type of Companies

    If you are a Product Manager with 5+ years of product management and eCommerce experience in a startup environment, please read on!

    Backed by the same folks behind Honey (acquired by Paypal for $6B, Ordermark & Servicetitan), we are an ecommerce company that offers sustainability, community & a fresh approach to our industry. Our unique offerings and approach to sales will WOW you! You can be a customer and make a profit all at the same time!

    What You Will Be Doing

    • Drive strategy for eCommerce
    • Lead eCommerce in-house and educate others
    • Use creativity and pragmatic optimization to impact eCommerce experience
    • Take ownership in developing out KPIs – track our growth on the platform
    • Work with Engineers, Designers, QAs, Data Analysts and Data Scientist teams to implement and design features
    • Facilitate quantitative and qualitative analyses behind customer behaviors and performance
    • A/B Testing, wireframes and mock ups
    • End to end feature development and leading engineering team
    • Strong analytical skills and working with modern tools and query languages (ex. Looker, Segment, Amplitude, SQL, etc.)

    What You Need for this Position

    • 5+ years of Product Management with high growth
    • Expert in eCommerce
    • A/B Testing, wireframes and mockups
    • Strong analytical skills and working with modern tools and query languages (ex. Looker, Segment, Amplitude, SQL, etc.)
    • Startup Exposure

    What’s In It for You

    • $140,000 – $160,000 Annual Base Salary
    • Equity
    • Health, Dental, and Vision Benefits
    • Unlimited PTO
    • 401K
    • Home Office Budget
    • Free Retail Products from our own company!

    So, if you are a Product Manager (eCommerce) with experience, please apply today!

    This job is open to telecommute candidates.

    Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.

    Preferred Skills

    • Product Management
    • ECommerce
    • A/B Testing
    • Data Analytic Tools
    • Technical Background
    • Startup Exposure
  • RevenueCat logo

    Senior Product Manager

    USA Only
    4 days ago

    Senior Product Manager

    • REMOTE

    At RevenueCat, we make selling subscriptions in your mobile app easy. We launched as part of Y Combinator’s summer 2018 batch and today are handling subscriptions for more than 10 million mobile subscriptions across thousands of apps. We are a mission driven, remote-first company that is building the foundation of mobile subscription infrastructure. Top companies like VSCO, Notion, WidgetSmith, Buffer, and Fishbrain count on RevenueCat to power their subscriptions at scale.

    Our 30 team members (and growing!) are located all over the world, from San Francisco to Madrid to Taipei, and we’re proud to be a remote-first company. We’re a close-knit, product-driven team, and we love our core values: Always be Shipping, Own it, Be Customer-Obsessed, and Be Balanced.

    As the first Product Manager you will lay the foundations of the product organization at RevenueCat. Reporting directly to the CEO, you will work closely with customers and the team to realize our mission of helping developers make more money.

    About You:

    • * You have done a lot of product management and can teach us how to do it
      • You have a technical background and have worked on products used by developers
      • You have your own vision for the RevenueCat product

    In the first month, you’ll:

    • * Learn the product, customers, and team
      • Help ship a meaningful feature to thousands of developers
      • Write your first product spec

    In the first three months, you’ll:

    • * Own and improve our current product delivery process and roadmap
      • Ship your first features from your own specs
      • Meet many of our users and learn their needs

    In the first six months, you’ll:

    • * Triage customer and business needs to develop the 2022 roadmap
      • Develop a spider-sense for when someone is going to be blocked, and fix it before it happens
      • Help hire the next product manager

    Within a year, you’ll:

    • * Be the go-to person on the team for product
      • Have helped develop a multi-year vision for where we take the product
      • Have shipped a feature that was a dud, it happens

    What we offer:

    • * $157,920-$178,080 USD salary + competitive equity
      • Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage for US team members
      • Open vacation policy
      • Generous stipend for home workspace
      • 401k match for US team members

    RevenueCat is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. We make ask employees and candidates to self-identify their race/ethnicity and other legally protected characteristics. Submission of this information is voluntary and refusal to provide it will not subject you to any adverse treatment. The information obtained will be kept confidential and may only be used in accordance with the provisions of applicable federal laws, executive orders, and regulations, including those which require the information to be summarized and reported to the Federal Government for civil rights enforcement purposes. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at hr@revenuecat.com.

  • Puppet logo

    Product Manager – Data

    5 days ago

    Title: Product Manager – Data

    • Location: Remote, North America

    Hi, I’m Carol Wilder, VP of Product Management at Puppet,

    I’m looking for a Product Manager to join our team and play a critical role in defining and communicating Puppet’s reporting, analytics, observability, and machine learning strategy as part of our goal to empower the global 5k IT organizations in gaining the ever-necessary actionable insights into their infrastructure and team performance.

    At Puppet, Product Management plays a central role in driving product prioritization and business objectives by collaborating with user experience, engineering and go-to-market teams. Our team works across all levels of Puppet and our customer’s organizations; engaging with executive stakeholders and with highly technical developers and practitioners. You’ll do your best work at Puppet with incredibly talented and passionate people from all walks of life!

    Meaningful work you’ll contribute:

    • Manage Puppet’s infrastructure data, analytics, reporting, and machine learning strategy.
    • Understand and effectively communicate customer challenges related to IT inventory reporting, change management and remediation, as well as business and team performance reporting.
    • Develop strategies to best leverage machine learning to enhance the intelligence of our applications.
    • Perform competitive analysis and communicate how to best position our solutions relative to others in our target markets.
    • Represent the customer by understanding their needs and being their champion. With a constant pulse on the market, customers, competitors, and technology trends, you are uniquely positioned to discover and develop market-leading solutions.
    • Serve as a product manager, participating in one or more cross-functional teams that collaborate to iteratively define, build, test, document and launch capabilities in our products that unlock additional value via customer-centric solutions.
    • Collect and analyze data from a variety of sources to identify underlying patterns and opportunities.
    • Collaborate with the team to create clearly prioritized, documented, and communicated product roadmaps, agile stories, and acceptance criteria.
    • Partner cross-functionally with professional services, user experience, software engineering, and GTM teams to deliver maximum customer value.

    You are:

    • The customer’s champion. We serve our customers by managing their expectations and delivering what we promise.
    • An entrepreneurial-minded and curious spirit you enjoy the challenge of expanding new territory and have a passion for assessing the quickly changing market and ecosystem. You thrive in ambiguity while striving to continuously reduce ambiguity for others.
    • A team player you understand product development is a challenge best tackled as a team effort. You effectively partner with your engineering, UX/UI, Sales, and Marketing counterparts effectively utilizing their expertise.
    • A skilled negotiator with a knack for identifying the right solutions that best address customers’ needs and articulating the value propositions. You are comfortable leading with influence, not authority – a great product manager rallies a team behind solving the customer’s problem, not dictating what they do.
    • Scrappy and self-directed. You are skilled at autonomously driving projects in a startup environment with minimal guidance and limited resources while having a ton of freedom and creativity to continue moving forward. You roll up your sleeves and drive execution and results.

    Valuable experiences and skills you’ll bring to Puppet:

    • 2-5+ years of Product Manager experience, preferably within an agile environment.
    • Experience in delivering often and iteratively towards a vision.
    • A proven track record for working well across remote teams.
    • Working knowledge of agile software delivery with an understanding of Enterprise IT, DevOps or relevant tools.
    • Experience in the IT infrastructure and automation market.

    Bonus, but not required (shout about it in your application if you have experience):

    • Experience with Puppet or related solutions in the DevOps space is strongly desired. Knowledge of Enterprise IT, DevOps and relevant tools are a strong plus.
    • Experience using enterprise observability systems and technologies such as distributed tracing, asset discovery, reporting and analytics, and centralized logging.
    • Experience leading the development of applications that use machine learning.

    We are hiring at various experience levels and we’re particularly interested in having a diverse team with a broad set of skills and viewpoints. If this seems like your dream job, but you’re not sure if you meet 100% of the qualifications listed above, we encourage you to apply anyway!

    Visa Sponsorship

    Please note, this position is not eligible for visa sponsorship.

    About Puppet

    Puppet’s core mission is to eliminate soul crushing work. We created the industry standard for managing infrastructure as code. And we didn’t stop there our product portfolio has grown to help organizations automate across their entire software delivery lifecycle. With more than two-thirds of Fortune 100 companies using Puppet’s open source or commercial products, our code is helping power thousands of organizations across the world.

    As the industry leader in DevOps solutions, we realize that our success is a collective effort; all made possible by the incredible people working here, our customers, partners, and Puppet community. Our culture is built on positivity, diversity, inclusivity and support and we seek people who are resilient, entrepreneurial-minded, team players who continually strive to be incrementally better every single day. In our work together we aim to be curious, accountable, empathetic and, above all, collaborative. If this sounds like the environment you’d thrive in, why not say hello?

    Learn more about Puppet by checking out the values we live by and the awesome benefits and perks we offer employees!

    Puppet is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.

  • 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 their 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 software industry, at least three of which were as a product manager or other key role on a product team. 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 you’ll be working on. 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 what we’re looking for. 

    We’re profitable, bootstrapped, and growing. YNAB started 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 last year. 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 your fellow product managers: Elena, Hannah, Ingi, Jacob and Megan.

    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. 

    Ingi has a burning passion for product management as a discipline; and loves to talk and debate about strategies and tactics for delivering value to customers. Ingi’s also known for learning how to operate unusual transportation methods, from electric skateboards to flying planes and driving steam locomotives.

    Jacob cares deeply about solving problems with technology. He’s a fanatic about delightful experiences that make life better, and is always sitting on the cutting edge of tech—looking out for the newest life-changing app or gadget. When he’s not working, you can find him building his personal Zettelkasten, taking photos, running, or trying to track down a new plant-based sushi restaurant (yes, it’s a thing!).

    Megan’s heart lies in empathizing with users to inform strategy, inspire, and focus her team around what matters. She enjoys observing the curiosities of life and wonders why things are a certain way and if there might be another way. Megan loves climbing and adventure racing, too, or any day out in the mountains! She thrives on challenges, type II fun, and breakfast burritos.

    And as we said above, you’ll also cross paths with—well—probably everyone else. People like Buffy and Sebastian (a couple of our developers), Niki or Alan (both designers), Angela (our Director of Customer 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 Crazy Hours

    We don’t track hours, but we rarely work more than 40 per week. There have been a few occasions where things got a little crazy 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, no need to go crazy on the hours.

    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 out and do something. We’ll look forward to seeing pictures of your vacation 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.  

    International is Absolutely Okay

    If you are Stateside, we’ll set you up as a W2 employee. If you’re international, you’ll be set up as a contractor. (Employee or contractor, it’s all the same to us. You’re part of the team!)


    For our U.S. employees, 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, we’ve got you covered!)

    We also have a Traditional and Roth 401k option. YNAB matches your contributions, up to six percent of your paycheck. 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.)

    Competitive Compensation

    We use a leading compensation data provider to set competitive and well-defined pay ranges for all of our positions. Your pay is the same no matter where you live, and our goal is to pay at or above the market rate in the United States. We consider raises every year and have a bonus plan based on profitability, which you’re in on from day one. 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 user to achieve life-changing financial control—and for the whole planet to realize it is possible. No small thing, right? In 2021, we’re focused on making YNAB effortless for new budgeters from their very first experience, and also 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 at creating 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 a chance of improving our organization and processes; and to embrace change as our growth will require.

    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 your team’s 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, and not just the one in our apps, but 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 at YNAB for “designers and engineers.” We’ve doubled down on our best ideas coming 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. Conversant across all disciplines is key.
    • Manage key partner relationships, from day-to-day communication to contract negotiation and management.
    • “Bonus points” awarded if you already use and love YNAB!

    That’s twelve-and-a-half 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 here by April 18th, 2021 @ 11:59PM PST. 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 "measure" 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 send all attachments as PDFs. (We know, we know, that was the third time we said PDF. But it really does make our lives so much easier!)

    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!

  • vidIQ logo

    Vice President of Product Management

    USA Only
    1 week ago

    VP Product Management

    Job description

    About Us

    vidIQ’s mission is to advance the creator’s journey with actionable data-driven insights. We pursue this through our values of being creator obsessed, lean and fast, and being scientific. We have already helped millions of creators take their channels to the next level. Simply put, we change lives.

    So Why Join Us?

    Our work is exciting as we are transforming the creator analytics space. This has provided many of us to work on new and exciting projects. Equally, we’ve set our people up for success by giving them professional development opportunities like courses or conferences that will help them acquire desirable skills/experience.

    Our company has met the future of work head on, with a fully remote company that allows you flexible hours to balance work & life. schedule for you. When it’s time to go on vacation, we have an unlimited vacation policy so you can recharge.

    Job requirements

    As a Product Leader, you’ll become an expert on the creator ecosystem and translate their needs into a world class online experience.

    vidIQ is looking for a VP of Product Management who is passionate about working with consumer Saas products and wants to help us build next generation AI/ML predictive technology. As a member of the leadership team, you will work hand-in-hand with our CEO / Founder, Rob Sandie, to operationalize, codify, and scale the product vision and enable vidIQ to grow and deliver impact to creators around the world.

    So, what will you do in this VP Product Management role?

    • Lead the ideation, development and launch of innovative products.
    • Own Product strategy and vision which lays out our unique path for engaging creators; working collaboratively across content, design, engineering, data science teams, and ensure periodic review and refresh of the strategy based on new insights.
    • Make data-driven decisions by partnering closely with your counterparts to ensure that we’re delivering excellent experiences to our users that drive best outcomes for creators across the globe.
    • Research and evangelize the needs of the creator community.
    • Grow a team of product managers, while also expanding existing product work streams.
    • Maximize efficiency in a constantly evolving environment where the process is fluid and creative solutions are the norm.

    This might be for you if…

    • You have 10+ years of experience building and launching products in the B2C space that has broad customer reach.
    • You are passionate about consumer SaaS products at the intersection of AI and are excited about growing your user base.
    • You have a track record of customer-focused, data-driven decision making that delivers an exceptional customer experience as well business outcomes.
    • You are an innovative and entrepreneurial thinker who has a strong bias toward action. Leads with confidence and a strong point of view. Willing and able to put hard issues on the table, drive open debate, and problem-solve with the team to achieve results.
    • Strong user experience/design sensibility, with a record of shipping delightful products.
    • Strong strategic thinker with proven success in defining strategic direction for global offerings and support.
    • A willingness to roll up your sleeves and help the team get work done as we are a relatively small and nimble organization.
    • You love getting to know new people and helping them solve their business problems.
    • You have experience managing an organization of product managers, including building and growing the team.
    • In tune with emerging technology and consumer trends, with a knack for seeing around corners.
  • Redox logo

    Director of Product

    USA Only
    1 week ago

    Director of Product

    • REMOTE

    Redox is seeking a Director of Product to join the Redox Product team, reporting to the VP of Product. In this role, you will focus much of your time in coaching, managing, and mentoring the product managers, as well as directly own one or more products. The person in this role will be critical in building the foundation for team growth and expansion.

    Our Product Team plays partners cross team in delivering an exceptional experience for Healthtech vendors that removes friction in healthcare integration so they can focus on innovation.

    Healthcare industry background is not required. We’re looking for thought leaders and innovators in the product arena.

    Our ideal candidate has:

    • 5+ years of product management experience in a SaaS software company
    • Experience coaching a product management team
    • Experience building products for developers
    • A strong bias towards exceptional user experience
    • A history of collaboration with high velocity product, design and engineering squads
    • A track record of growing product talent through coaching and mentoring
    • Experience making data-driven choices to build a winning product
    • The ability to work across departments to gather input and communicate strategy/progress
    • Experience building products for multiple personas


    • Support a team of product managers focused on getting customers to value quickly and efficiently and helping them scale their product across many health systems.
    • Mentor and grow a team of product managers
    • Work with engineering to build a high velocity R&D organization
    • Develop a deep understanding of our customers needs and work with product marketing to memorialize
    • Contribute to building and scaling an inclusive Product management team and discipline
  • Knock logo

    Senior Product Manager

    USA Only
    1 week ago

    Title: Senior Product Manager

    • Location: United States

    Knock is on a mission to empower people to move freely. The Knock Home Swap makes it easy for consumers to buy their new home before selling their old one, skipping the hassles of living through repairs and showings, paying only one mortgage at a time, and having home prep covered upfront so their old house sells for the highest possible price. Knock currently offers the Home Swap in 15 markets in six states and plans to expand to at least 21 markets by mid-2021.

    Launched in 2015 by founding team members of Trulia.com, Knock has raised more than $600 million in debt and equity from top tier investors, including RRE Ventures, Foundry Group, Redpoint, Greycroft, Corazon Capital, Correlation Ventures, Great Oaks Venture Capital and FJ Labs.

    We’re looking for an experienced Product Manager to join our team here at Knock. Our Product team advocates for our users and our business. We use data, research, strategy, and user empathy to guide cross-functional teams toward a common goal, balancing multiple perspectives and empower our teams to do great work.

    At Knock, we have fun, we move fast, we celebrate & support our fellow teammates, and we live by our POPSICLE values.

    Who you are:

    • A Product leader with a track record of multiple successful product launches under your belt
    • Customer obsessed, have empathy for the user, can identify their pain points and opportunities for Knock
    • Curious, data-driven, can analyze and use data to inform decisions
    • Resourceful and loves working in a fast-paced startup environment
    • Highly collaborative and able to manage stakeholders up, down and cross-functionally
    • Hands-on, can synthesize user needs into product priorities, roadmap plans, and detailed specifications
    • An advocate, seeks opportunities to communicate product plans, goals, features, and benefits to internal stakeholders, partners, and customers
    • Highly organized and have exceptional attention to detail

    Skills and experience you have:

    • Full-cycle product management – research, data analysis, road mapping, goal setting, specifications writing, managing project execution, experiment planning, and defining product roll-out strategy
    • Built and managed scalable platforms that leverage automation (RPA and process automation) with a focus on internal/employee workflow and user experiences
    • Experience with third-party software integrations
    • Worked in and comfortable with distributed/remote domestic teams
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Proven ability to collaborate with cross-functional stakeholders to get buy-in and drive support for new ideas, products, and process in a highly collaborative environment

    Benefits, Perks, & Enjoying Life

    • Knock is a 100% remote, work from home culture and has been since our inception in 2015
    • 100% employee covered medical, dental, & vision premiums
    • Unlimited PTO (2 weeks mandatory) + flexible work schedules
    • Paid parental leave
    • $1,000 each year for education, training, and professional development
    • Salary + Equity. We offer equitable compensation based market data, accomplishments, experience, & your location

    We are proud to be a distributed company from our founding with employees in 28 states and counting. This is an amazing opportunity to be an integral part of building a multi-billion dollar consumer brand in an industry that is long overdue for a new way of doing things. You will be working with a passionate team that is disrupting the status quo.

    Knock, and its subsidiaries, are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

    This position is in the continental United States.

  • Wingocard logo

    Director of Product

    1 week ago

    Director of Product

    • Remote Worldwide
    • Full-Time
    • Product

    About Wingocard

    We founded Wingocard with the objective to create a new financial system that always puts people first. We’ve all had our share of poor experiences with traditional banks. Why can’t banking be more intuitive, transparent and easy to use? As a first step, we’re building the ultimate Mobile Banking app designed for teens and their parents. Our mission is to empower the new generation to be smart with money – by giving them the best experience while providing education on personal finances. We believe that learning to better manage money at a young age will result in lifelong positive consequences. Wingocard was founded by 3 experienced leaders with a strong track record in the technology and start-up space.

    This is a remote position.

    About the Role

    At Wingocard we’re building the ultimate Mobile Banking app designed for teens and their parents. As a Director of Product, you will be in charge of every aspect of the product development process. From managing the product team to defining the product strategy and roadmap, as well as driving release milestones with the product development team. You will be using your skills in strategic thinking, user research, data analysis, requirement definition and release management to create products that deliver measurable results. Our dream candidate is user obsessed, data driven, an enthusiastic team player who enjoys working closely with designers and engineers. They are eager to solve a range of complex problems. We’re searching for someone with great talent, a great attitude and a passion for helping people by giving them awesome products.As a Director of Product you will report directly to the CEO.


    • Manage and lead the product team
    • Define the product vision and strategies; Create roadmaps to execute those strategies
    • Identify product opportunities on a quarterly and semiannual basis that will help the company achieve its strategic goals and deliver on our mission
    • Understand the broader company growth goals and ensure your team is working on what matters
    • Gather requirements and create specifications for the development team
    • Make executive decisions on the development team’s priorities to deliver the highest impact projects
    • Map out the minimum viable product, coordinate resources to successfully launch products
    • Measure core success metrics to continually iterate and improve product features
    • Work closely with our partners and vendors (Bank, Processor, AML, etc…)

    About you

    • 7+ years of solid Product Management experience
    • Superb communication skills (we emphasize team collaboration) – can convey technical concepts to non-technical people as well as turn non-technical requirements into technical specifications
    • Experience leading multiple concurrent projects, changing priorities, timelines and informational needs
    • Experience managing a product team
    • Passionate about the financial and educational space
    • Strong team player, ability to work in cross-functional teams (marketing, design, engineering, operations and partners)
    • Track record of being highly data-driven by using metrics to shape product improvements and business performance – experience with tools like Amplitude or similar is a bonus
    • Good eye for UI/UX, understands methodology behind creating amazing user workflows
    • Experience working in an Agile/Scrum development process


    • Experience in executing go-to-market strategies and launching new products
    • Experience in FinTech space
    • Experience in EdTech space
    • Startup experience
    • Remote work experience

    What it means to work at Wingocard

    Wingocard is a fully remote company that is headquartered out of Montral QC, Canada. We are passionate about company culture and strive to make a positive impact on the people around us. Our main company values are:

    • Design First, Customer Best
    • Thoughtful innovation
    • Transparency & Integrity
    • Lead with empathy
    • Collaborate to create impact
    • Do more with less
    • Be a bar-raiser


    • Group Benefits
    • Unlimited Vacation Policy
    • Competitive salary + stock options
    • Apple Laptop
    • Choice of high resolution monitor(s)
    • Web Cam
    • Choice of Bluetooth Headset

    Apply to join Wingocard and help us build the best banking application for parents and teens the world has ever seen!

    Wingocard is trusted with highly sensitive information. Upon joining the team, you may be asked to undergo security screening including a criminal record check.

    Wingocard provides equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, Wingocard will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

  • Talis logo

    Senior Product Manager

    Europe Only
    1 week ago

    Talis (a wholly-owned subsidiary of SAGE Publishing) is an edTech company focused on applying technology to make teaching and learning more connected in higher education. We help universities, libraries, faculty and students to connect to the digital resources they teach and learn, but more importantly to collaborate and engage with these resources.

    We have an established and market-leading presence in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. We have well over 1.5million students and 100, 000 academics using our products every day. We have two products at different stages in the product lifecycle and are now focused on the growth of our more established product Talis Aspire, into large untapped markets and replicating our success of growth in our existing markets for our earlier stage product, Talis Elevate.

    We are a fully distributed team of passionate people with a culture that is informal (no airs and graces here), we have a fairly flat structure and we value accountability, delivering impact, transparency, collaboration and solving meaningful problems and customers success.

    You’ll be working in a friendly team that works closely and collaboratively, and supports each other in a psychologically safe environment. We have a shared commitment to our mission and goals, we like to deliver visible and measurable impact frequently, and to build and do the right things. We enable each other to continue learning, grow and to be always improving. We also like to get to know each other and have fun along the way.

    What we are looking for:

    We’re looking for a Senior product manager to drive our Talis Elevate product through an exciting growth phase. The way academics and students teach and learn with digital resources has been rapidly shifting, and this has further accelerated with the realisation that universities need to better support online delivery.

    This is an opportunity to shape the future of a product at a really exciting stage of its lifecycle. You’ll be focused on outcomes around driving adoption at academic, student and institutional levels, helping customers demonstrate success through data and ensuring the product fits into the academic institutional ecosystem. You’ll also be solving scaling problems by building in the right enterprise-level capabilities as well as exploring new adoption models. Most importantly, you’ll be delivering real impact to the daily lives of students and faculty in how they teach, learn, engage and collaborate with digital resources.

    You will report to the Head of Product and be embedded in the Talis Elevate product engineering team (engineering and UX).

    You'll be responsible for:

    • You’ll build a strategy and product roadmap that aligns to the team’s mission and success metrics.
    • You’ll align the team’s efforts with objectives and desired outcomes
    • You’ll define and track success metrics
    • You’ll lead the team in robust product discovery, market and customer research to uncover the problems and opportunities, ensuring insights are shared and ensure we solve the right ones.
    • You will work closely with the team to generate and validate solution ideas
    • You’ll work with the engineering team to define and scope development iterations and release requirements as well as plan and manage development priorities using agile methodologies.
    • You’ll liaise and work with cross-functional teams to develop go-to-market and roll-out strategy, helping them understand the product positioning, key benefits and target customer.
    • You’re comfortable being the internal product evangelist, bringing along stakeholders and ensuring the organisation has visibility of product team goals, focus and progress
    • Help grow the capability of our current product team through mentoring and coaching


    What you'll bringYou’ll have a built a product management toolbox throughout your experience and it could include tools such as Customer interviews, Customer personas, Hypothesis-driven experimentation, Jobs-to-be-Done (JTBD), Outcomes over outputs (Key-performance indicators (KPIs) & metrics), Lean Minimum Viable Products (MVPs), Product Analytics, Product discovery, Product prioritisation, Product roadmaps, Product strategy, Usability testing, User/Job stories and User research

    At a minimum, you can meet the following,

    • Minimum 4+ years experience working as a product manager within a SaaS or software company
    • Have owned the growth and scaling an enterprise B2B or B2B2C software product.
    • Excellent spoken and written proficiency in the English language.
    • Location: UK, Europe (up to GMT+2)
    • Ability to work 100% remotely


    • The salary range for the role will be between £50,000 and £60,000 depending on experience.
    • A generous contributory pension scheme
    • Private medical insurance & Health Cash Plan (including dental and optical cover)
    • Life assurance
    • Flexible working hours and location – although we are small we have people on three continents and at many locations across the UK.
    • Equipment
      • Laptop (most people have Macs, but you can select something else)
      • Equipment support - we’ll support you in getting the right working from home setup
    • We are fully distributed company and are open to applicants across the UK
    • We are a values based company that uses words like trust, accountability and customer success and actually live them
    • Radical transparency - every team communicates progress weekly to everybody – and you are free to ask questions or make suggestions.

    Finally, we are doing things a little differently in our recruitment process, learn more by reading about the process and hearing directly from our Head of Product, Keji Adedeji, giving you some information about working at Talis, our product organisation, why its an exciting role and why we're doing things differently.

  • HealthPay24 logo

    Product Owner

    USA Only
    1 week ago

    Have you ever been online trying to pay a medical bill, and thought to yourself: ‘why are you making it so hard for me to give you my money?’ That’s the problem we solve for healthcare organizations of all sizes, including health systems, hospitals, physician groups, medical billers and dental service organizations.

    HealthPay24’s SaaS customer engagement, e-billing, and payment platform helps accelerate collections, improve security, reduce costs, and enhance the patient experience.

    Our mission is to bring the Fortune 100 e-payment experience to organizations who don’t have the time, energy, resources or expertise to build it themselves. The platform has been designed in a way that consistently yields more online payments and paperless enrollments -- driving the positive business outcomes our clients want. 

    As a company that values diversity, equity, and inclusion, HealthPay24 seeks individuals of all backgrounds and experiences to apply for this position. We’re creating an environment where everyone can thrive. Our customers are diverse, so we’re building a team that is too. Through initiatives like our employee resource groups we are building the cultural foundation that gives people the emotional and physical space to bring their authentic selves to work.

    Product Owner Responsibilities

    First 60 days

    • Meet and get to know the HealthPay24 Team.
    • Virtually attend company all-hands meetings, coffee breaks and cocktail hours.
    • Complete Security and HIPAA training (HITRUST/PCI).
    • Complete test cases assigned by the QA Team for 2 major releases.
    • Shadow the Support Team for 30 days.
    • Work with the UX Design Team to design new features and workflows.
    • Become proficient in the platform’s value to our markets and their use cases as well as our tech stack.

    Next 60-90 days

    • Assess the competition.
    • Mine the ideation portal for gold.
    • Review backlog with current leads, prioritize user stories, define acceptance criteria and build team consensus for next major release.


    • Advocate for our customer (providers) and our customers’ customers (consumers)
    • Participate in product planning and contribute to the vision and roadmap
    • Build, edit and maintain the team backlog and be its content authority for the organization
    • Communicate story detail and priorities and ensure the team is in alignment
    • Elaborate backlog items into user stories detailed with acceptance criteria and dependencies
    • Accept stories by validating they meet acceptance criteria and comply with Definition of Done
    • Participate in team demos and lead team retrospectives
    • Publish release notes, demo features and inform user documentation
    • Enable the team to self-organize, self-manage and deliver via effective Lean-Agile practices and tools (e.g. Aha!, Jira, TestRail, MS Visual Studio, Zendesk)


    • 3+ years of experience defining, building and shipping technology products on Lean-Agile product development teams
    • Experience building APIs, products, platforms, integrations or complex systems at scale
    • Experience in payment processing, money transfer, banking, personal lending or other fintech
    • Demonstrated ability to properly frame and size complex problems then break them down into actionable steps
    • Understanding of the technical architecture of complex web and mobile applications
    • Collaborative approach to building relationships with development, operations, customer success, sales and marketing and partner teams in both virtual and in-person environments
    • Self-motivated, excellent attention to detail and effective English writing skills

    HealthPay24 is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

    HealthPay24 provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.  

    This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.  

    If you have a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act or similar law, or you require a religious accommodation, and you wish to discuss potential accommodations related to applying for employment at our company, please contact jobs@engagesmart.com.

    To all recruitment agencies: HealthPay24 does not accept agency resumes. Please do not forward resumes to our job’s alias, employees, or any other organization location. HealthPay24 is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.

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