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Senior Product Manager

RetailMeNot

Austin
Consumer
1 day ago

We are seeking an entrepreneurial Senior Product Manager to build fantastic products at RetailMeNot. We are the top savings destination in the U.S. and are embarking on an ambitious vision to redefine savings for the digital age. Recent advancements in machine/deep learning present a huge opportunity in consumer savings. You have a rare blend of technical and business savvy; a big-picture vision, and the dedication to make that vision a reality.

In this role, you'll be at the center of a cross-functional team of Engineers, Designers, Data Analysts, Operators, Salespeople and Marketers as you validate, develop, and scale new ideas designed to help people save money.

Sound exciting? Want to know more? Read on!

Who You Are

  • Bachelors Degree or equivalent experience
  • At least 3-5 years of product management experience at fast-paced, high-scale consumer tech companies.
  • Consistent track record of measuring, reporting and getting things done in a data-driven manner.
  • Deep technical background and understanding especially in areas of machine learning and predictive analytics. Former engineer is a plus.
  • Strong analytical ability, and experience making data based decisions
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in cross functional teams; familiarity with Agile a plus
  • Solid understanding of web and app technologies
  • Strong communication skills
  • Creative and an innovator
  • Committed and versatile learner

What You'll Do

  • Create unique digital experiences for our customers, at the 1:1 level, at scale and in real time
  • Work with engineers and Big Data partners to build data sets that generate right-time, right-place offers, striking a balance between consumer savings and retailer incrementally
  • Set, socialize and execute on quarterly goals - you will be responsible for your key performance indicators
  • Develop a deep understanding and empathy for our users, both consumers and retail/brand partners and use this knowledge to identify and solve problems
  • Lead the product roadmap for your initiative and work across functions to execute it
  • Analyze opportunities for partnerships and acquisitions and fold them into your roadmap to accelerate development
  • Lead and mentor other Product Managers

Who We Are

  • We value diverse perspectives and believe this translates into stronger products and a better workplace
  • We have an open, casual, fun and upbeat environment where you are given a lot of responsibility and the freedom to make a huge impact
  • We have lots of intelligent people to work with and learn from
  • We have a great open vacation policy
  • We'll provide you with food, food, and more food
  • We believe in giving prizes, bonuses, and recognition for doing what you love

Rewards

We offer an opportunity to be an integral part of a company that eagerly pursues disruption in its space to continue to drive innovation and lead the competition. Benefits of being an employee of RetailMeNot, Inc. include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Competitive base & bonus packages; salary negotiable
  • Long Term Incentive Plan
  • Performance based rewards & recognition for your hard work and service
  • Very competitive benefits packages, including best-in-class parental leave
  • Open & flexible PTO
  • Cell phone & gym membership reimbursements
  • Fully stocked break room & onsite catered breakfasts & lunches multiple days/week

About Us

RetailMeNot, Inc. is a leading digital savings destination connecting consumers with retailers, restaurants and brands, both online and in-store. The company enables consumers across the globe to find hundreds of thousands of digital offers to save money while they shop or dine out.

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Information Individuals seeking employment at RetailMeNot, Inc. are considered without regards to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation. You are being given the opportunity to provide the following information in order to help us align with federal and state Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action record keeping, reporting, and other legal requirements.

Senior Product Manager

Bazaarvoice

Austin, TX
Enterprise
2 weeks ago

What you'll be doing:

In cooperation with one of our Managers of Product Management (that's a lot of management in one phrase), you'll be working on our core product, Conversations. Talk about scale, your work will touch billions of users; seriously, billions. Not to mention, you'll be providing solutions to a who's who client-list that anyone would be proud to claim.

  • Interacting with development teams
  • Writing user stories in Jira
  • Guiding the future of our core product, Conversations

Who you are:

We're looking for an articulate, talented, and collaborative Product Manager. This is a perfect role for someone early in their career and excited to work at incredible scale. You should be comfortable speaking tech and leading those conversations with engineering teams. A good Product Manager has empathy for the user and can translate that to actionable user stories; this skill goes far here. An entrepreneurial background or experience in a high-growth start-up would be an awesome bonus.

  • Highly collaborative and a strong communicator
  • Strategic thinker able to transition to execution seamlessly
  • Empathy for the user

About Bazaarvoice

At Bazaarvoice, our vision is creating the world's smartest network of customers, brands and retailers. Each month, more than one-half billion consumers view and share authentic opinions, questions and experiences about tens of millions of products in our network. Our technology platform gives leading brands and retailers solutions that enable them to engage with consumers wherever they shop – online, in-store or on their mobile devices. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Bazaarvoice has offices across North America and Europe.

Why join Bazaarvoice?

  • We're committed to client success: There are over 5K brand and retail websites in the Bazaarvoice network. Our clients represent some of the world's leading companies across a wide range of industries including retail, apparel, automotive, consumer electronics and travel.
  • We're leaders in consumer-generated content: Each month, more than one-half billion consumers view and share authentic consumer-generated content, such as ratings and reviews, curated photos, social posts and videos, about products in our network. Last year, 135K reviews were submitted each day.
  • Our network delivers: Network analytics provide insights that help marketers and advertisers provide more engaging experiences that drive brand awareness, consideration, sales, and loyalty.
  • We're a great place to work: We pride ourselves on our unique culture. Join a company that values passion, innovation, authenticity, generosity, respect, teamwork, and performance.

Commitment to diversity and inclusion

Bazaarvoice provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all team members and applicants according to their experience, talent, and qualifications for the job without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, sex (including pregnancy, gender stereotyping, and marital status), sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, military/veteran status, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law in every location in which the company has facilities. Bazaarvoice believes that diversity and an inclusive company culture are key drivers of creativity, innovation and performance. Furthermore, a diverse workforce and the maintenance of an atmosphere that welcomes versatile perspectives will enhance our ability to fulfill our vision of creating the world's smartest network of consumers, brands, and retailers.

Software Product Manager - Dell Canvas

Dell

Austin, TX
Consumer
Mid
last month

The Product Manager for our Advanced Personal Computing Devices Software will have a broad responsibility of planning the software for Dell's Advanced Personal Computing Devices. This person will play a leadership role in taking advanced future concepts and bringing them to life by defining the right software solutions and leading their development to win in the marketplace. In addition the candidate will be expected to create customer value by driving insights into unsolved customer problems and define elegant product experiences that would delight Dell customers around the world.

Role Responsibilities:

  • Define product requirements, features and roadmaps, analyzing customer usage and needs, market research data, future technology, competitive threats, Line of Business growth and profitability goals and resource optimization
  • Responsible for driving products from concept to customer delivery
  • Responsible for setting the direction for the total customer experience from consideration, purchase, delivery and ownership
  • Manage prioritization and trade-offs among customer experience, performance, and operational support load
  • Proactively identify and resolve strategic issues that may impair the team's ability to meet strategic, financial, and technical goals
  • Create buy-in for the product vision both internally and with key external partners
  • Develop and present recommendations and analyses to the executive management
  • Drive primary market research to investigate and validate customer needs & wants
  • Work closely with the CTO office as well as Engineering, Experience Design and Messaging teams to ensure a successful product definition and launch
  • Able to analyze complex, multi-variable tradeoffs to make business case recommendations

Qualifications

Requirements:

  • 5 years of software product management experience or equivalent combination of education and work experience (MBA preferred)
  • Strong product definition skills
  • Strong creative, verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong senior leadership level presentation skills and ability to create executive presentation content
  • Strong financial and business acumen and analytical skills
  • Advanced organizational agility with the ability to engage and drive projects across multiple teams, levels and regions.
  • Company Description

    With more than 100,000 team members globally, we promote an environment that is rooted in the entrepreneurial spirit in which the company was founded. Dell's team members are committed to serving our communities, regularly volunteering for over 1,500 non-profit organizations. The company has also received many accolades from employer of choice to energy conservation. Our team members follow an open approach

    Why work with us?

    • Life at Dell means collaborating with dedicated professionals with a passion for technology.
    • When we see something that could be improved, we get to work inventing the solution.
    • Our people demonstrate our winning culture through positive and meaningful relationships.
    • We invest in our people and offer a series of programs that enables them to pursue a career that fulfills their potential.
    • Our team members' health and wellness is our priority as well as rewarding them for their hard work.

    Dell is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, genetics, or citizenship status (when otherwise legally authorized to work) and will not be discriminated against on the basis of such characteristics or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. Dell encourages applicants of all ages.

    Senior Customer Experience Product Manager

    EA

    Austin, TX
    Games
    last month

    #WeAreEA and we exist to inspire the world to play. EA values creativity, pioneering, passion, determination, learning, and teamwork. We mean things like acting with curiosity, speaking up with original ideas, and committing to each other as one team.

    We're looking for all the best kinds of people to make great experiences for our players. The best people want a job that inspires them while giving them room to enjoy their lives. And we want to give them that. We celebrate diversity and inclusion by creating a place where you can come to work and be yourself.

    And we want you to join us. We're hiring a Senior Customer Experience Product Manager

    This role is part of EA's Customer Experience organization. The Customer Experience organization strives to make EA known for taking care of its players. We're players taking care of players and people talking to people – whenever, wherever, and however they need us.

    This person is responsible for leading the charge on executing tech and non-tech programs to improve existing, and design optimal player experiences. You'll get into the details of what other EA organizations are doing and define how customer experience fits into the larger strategy. The Senior Customer Experience Product Manager reports to the Global Director of Programs, which is a team that defines great player experiences, define the future roadmap to deliver those experiences and looks after the technology and tools that let us interact with players.

    So how does the Senior Customer Experience Product Manager make great experiences for players? They:

    • partner with other EA groups, including colleagues in:
      • WWCE Strategy, Programs and Insights (your team!)
      • WWCE Partner Engagement and Player Experience Operations
      • EA IT
      • EA Digital Platform
      • Game development teams in Studios
    • define and drive project requirements, including scope, timeline, budget, and measurement
    • lead large project teams to document current and design future state player journeys and associated programs to drive change
    • design and champion projects that promote player and employee advocacy
    • design innovative solutions that anticipate the future of the CX and interactive entertainment industries
    • understand the "existing state" requirements to ensure program design matches the organization's ability to execute
    • prioritize requirements to make sure we meet our short-term objectives while moving toward the long-term vision
    • comprehend and drive contingency planning and ability lead a team through changes to plan A if and when they happen

    If you're interested in this role, you'll need these skills or experiences:

    • 7+ years of program management experience, with preference given to candidates with knowledge of and/or experience in the CX industry
    • a bachelor's degree in a relevant field
    • experience designing end-to-end programs that use technology and process to transform the customer experience
    • CX industry knowledge, including journey mapping and the ability to document current state and identify and close gaps by designing programs to deliver ideal state
    • strong business strategy and critical thinking skills with the ability to get into the technical details
    • be a confident communicator who likes to present and can share information in a way that both technical and non-technical audiences can easily understand
    • patience to pay attention to details and think creatively about problems and how to solve them
    • grace under pressure to execute contingency plan as if nothing happened curiosity and passion for improving the customer experience – and experience doing that!
    • demonstrated success running programs that cross teams and technologies.

    Compensation and Benefits

    We love to brag about our great perks like comprehensive health and benefits packages, tuition reimbursement, 401k with company match and, of course, free video games. And since we realize it takes world-class people to make world-class games, we offer competitive compensation packages and a culture that thrives off of creativity and individuality. At EA, we live the "work hard/play hard" credo every day. In addition to all of this, we offer a discounted onsite gym, Stepping Stone School on-site, and popcorn every Wednesday!

    EA is an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, genetic information, religion, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, marital status, family status or veteran status. We will also consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal records in accordance with applicable law.

    Senior Product Manager

    Magento

    Austin, TX
    Enterprise
    last month

    Magento is a global open source enterprise e-commerce platform used by over 30% of on-line stores. Customers such as Warby Parker, Harper's Bazaar, Eaton, and Gant are among the 200k+ merchants who rely on Magento.

    This role is responsible for product planning and execution of various Magento's product domains from market research through execution in an agile development environment

    Key Tasks:

    • Subject Matter expert for assigned product domains; include presenting to executive audiences
    • Perform qualitative and quantitative market research
    • Define Product Strategy for domains with definition of product capabilities, market review, and technology review, financial due diligence culminating in a short, medium and long-term roadmap.
    • Establish and lead cross functional teams as necessary
    • Work with product development in an Agile environment

    Job Requirements:

    • At least 6 years of experience in product management or e-commerce industry
    • Strong communication and prioritization skills
    • Ability to collaborate with cross-functional team members located across the globe
    • Ability to develop strong working relationships with broad cross section of business and technology partners
    • Creative problem solver, analytic thinker, and quick learner. Strong conceptual and creative problem-solving skills; ability to work with considerable ambiguity; ability to learn new and complex concepts quickly. Relentlessly resourceful and scrappy
    • Ability to manage multiple projects in a dynamic environment and adapt to evolving business initiatives.
    • Experience or expertise in one or more e-commerce areas such as order management, payments, shipping, checkout, pricing, product etc.
    • Technical understanding of web application architecture in particular Linux – Apache – MySQL – PHP technologies is highly desired
    • Hands-on experience with web application development and systems for supporting data-intensive applications. Proficient in a SQL and a programming or scripting language (such as Java, Perl, PHP , Ruby, etc. ) is highly desired

    Education:

    • Bachelor's degree in science or engineering field

    Senior Product Manager

    Cratejoy

    Austin, TX
    E-Commerce
    last month

    Cratejoy is looking for a product leader to join our awesome product management team. Specifically we want you to own the expansion of our B2B Merchant Platform. The Merchant platform forms the core of our Marketplace offering, and is the place that Merchants run all aspects of their business from. You'll be in charge of maintaining and expanding the offering in a way that hits our merchants needs, and helps us deliver on our long term vision. You will be a merchant advocate - working closely with our merchant base to figure out what their biggest pain points are and how to solve them.

    You'll be using a combination of data aggregated by working with the customer success team, qualitative feedback provided by the merchants, and product roadmap strategy as determined working with the rest of the product team.

    Product management is the most strategic and leveraged team at Cratejoy. The decisions they make, while working with the engineering team, have immediate impact to our thousands of merchants and millions of subscribers. Literally our merchants are in a Facebook group together discussing the changes you make, so the feedback loop to your users is incredibly tight. Tighter than we've ever seen at a b2b organization. You'll be in a position to dramatically impact a business and literally millions of other people's lives with the work you do.

    Stuff you'll be doing

    • Research and mockup new user facing functionality (new apps for the app store, adding features to our shipping page, etc)
    • Work with the operations team to make our existing functionality easier to use (go through support tickets to see what the pain points are and figure out if we can fix them with UI)
    • Work closely with the design team to transform rough mocks into beautiful features
    • User test new features
    • Develop close relationships with the engineers and work together to build really great features

    We take product very seriously

    • We test new big features as a company and give feedback to the engineer, product manager and designer working on it
    • We build together - anyone can have a great product idea from the Account Manager to the Designer - there is no room for ego's here
    • We iterate and user test quickly (read all about it here https://medium.com/@alykumpula/how-to-hack-user-testing-469bac110090)
    • The whole team works towards quarterly product goals. We put them up on the walls and repeat them in team meetings
    • We're obsessive about metrics. We have 4 giant TV's with metrics that update in real time for the whole team to watch
    • Everyone is involved in the product success. The engineer that build the Referral Program watches how many installs it has and if there are any errors - seriously - we're all crazy

    What does it take to get this job

    • Experience in product for a SaaS platform
    • B2B Product Management experience
    • Experience in e-commerce is a plus
    • You've built new features from beginning to end and watched it's success with data
    • You've worked with a team before, ideally cross-functional and in a leadership role
    • Data driven product - you know how many people have clicked on different parts of the platform and where the biggest drop-off point in the on-boarding funnel is
    • Self-sufficient. You're comfortable using SQL to figure out basic stats yourself

    Compensation

    • $100-$130k + Equity
    • Full benefits + Retirement

    Who we want to work with

    We want to work with people who want to work at Cratejoy, not just people who are looking for their next job. They specifically have sought out Cratejoy, they understand what our company does and they feel some sort of affinity with the mission. They are hungry for knowledge and are looking to be challenged in new ways, perhaps they even aspire to start their own business one day - or maybe they already have and now they want to know how to start a high impact business next time. They obviously care about compensation but they aren't just looking for the next higher title and a little pay bump from their current job. They are leaving their current company after making some sort of impact, rather than because they just seem to leave jobs every 18 months once they realize it wasn't as exciting as they thought it would be.

    They seem to be aware of who they are as a person, including their own weaknesses, and want the sort of direct feedback and coaching it takes to grow their skillset, into a better team member, and even into a better person. In general people they worked with in the past would say that they are the type of person that "seems to make everything a little bit better" and that adding them to any conversation made the conversation more interesting, rather than more frustrating.

    They respect their peers and want to learn more from those around them, and they give people the benefit of the doubt. They don't rush to condemn people and they don't quietly judge, they seek to help their peers be their best. They don't like to assign blame, but if they were to assign blame they'd be just as likely to assign it to themselves as anyone else.

    They are hard working when they have a mission, but they aren't just aimlessly working tons of hours for no particular reason. They care a lot about what it is that they are doing, and they don't just blindly follow direction. They want and need to understand how their work connects with the mission of the company and once they do they take it on as their own mission in life. When looking to solve problems they are willing to go outside themselves, but only after doing the diligence necessary. They don't like to waste anyone's time - least of all their own.

    They are quick to admit mistakes, and they don't let ego leave them on the wrong side of an issue for very long (or very often). In their area of primary skillset they are very strong in it. They may have other weaknesses, which is okay as long as they are aware of them, but there is at least one or two things at which they are indisputably A+.

    About Cratejoy

    Cratejoy is the one-stop destination for all things subscription box. Where you subscribe to what you love, and sell what you're passionate about.

    We're a Y Combinator and Capital Factory company and have raised a series A from CRV in California We're very well funded and have been growing at a staggering rate every single month since launch. Cratejoy's growth is rocket ship fast, and we'd love for you to be a big part of it.

    Our aim is to make subscription as accessible as ebay or etsy make ecommerce today. Our vision is to bring the best business model in the universe to everyone on the planet.

    There's 3 pieces to that vision:

    The first was our subscription commerce platform. Our seller tools. There was no consensus for how to run a subscription business. We had to design those tools and build them. We had to do it in a way that is accessible to average online merchant. If they were savvy enough to run an etsy store they should be more than savvy enough to run a cratejoy subscription.

    The next piece was education. There really were no resources that taught merchants how to run a subscription business. We built subscription school which is a free education site we run. Our team has deep subscription commerce expertise. We write articles, post videos and host webinars to teach people how to run subscription businesses. We created a forum which puts merchants in an community where they support each other and learn together. In the space of a year we've become the unrivaled thought leaders inside of subscription commerce.

    Finally, we've built the marketplace. This is a consumer destination site that sells subscriptions. Consumers arrive at Cratejoy and subscribe to our merchants. We cross-sell additional subscriptions to them. This is the piece that we wanted to get to. By creating the platform we were aggregating supply for the marketplace. The marketplace is the demand side of the equation. And the whole is bigger than the sum of the parts, these all tie back together to build the virtuous cycle that is the Cratejoy ecosystem.

    FAQ

    How much have you raised? $11M in VC from the best investors in the world

    Do you have revenue? Many millions of dollars, yes.

    How big is the team? 45 people

    Where is the office? Downtown at the corner of 8th and Brazos in beautiful Austin, TX

    Is there 100% paid medical/dental/life insurance? Yep!

    How about equity in a venture backed fast growing pre-IPO startup? Yep, you betcha.

    Is there paid sick leave & vacation? Yes, obviously!

    How about a reserved parking spot in our downtown office? Oh yeah!

    Do I get catered meals? Yep - lunch, and sometimes breakfast & dinner.

    Can I bring my significant other to company events? Definitely - we do!