We are seeking a Product Manager to join our team. As the first Product Manager in the team, you will create and own the product roadmap, align it with the business vision, work closely with the customers to understand their requirements and collaborate with the product development team to execute this roadmap. You will be working closely with the leadership and will play a key role in the growth of the company.
- Build the product strategy and roadmap in line with our goals and strategies.
- Analyze customer needs, market trends, and competitor offerings to build a winning formula for product success.
- Build Product Requirement Documents (PRD) with a business case, detailed use cases, and technical requirements.
- Ruthlessly prioritize features based on business and customer impact.
- Work closely with other functions to identify pain-points that can be addressed through technology.
- Initiate and prioritize projects, and assist in determining the best implementation methods.
- Evaluate complex systems, design solutions, and work with engineering on implementation.
- Passionately own all aspects of the product from conception, and drive it through development testing, acceptance, and adoption.
- Successful track record in planning, developing and executing strategy for multiple projects while collaborating cross-functionally
- Proven background in managing all aspects of a successful product throughout its lifecycle
- Obsessive about data-driven product decisions
- Proven experience in optimizing funnels and running product-led growth experiments
- Solid understanding of web & mobile technologies
- Ability to easily transition from high-level strategic thinking to creative and detailed execution.
- You're entrepreneurial and are comfortable working in a complex and fast-paced environment
- Analytical and data-driven, you love digging into data to understand systems in depth and define & measure success on every project
- Experience of working in a high growth startup is a plus
- Computer science background preferred, but not mandatory