Growth Product Manager

Employer: Emerson Croft
Domain:
  • Management - Consulting
  • Marketing
  • Sales
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
    Location:
  • nationwide
    Updated at: 24.09.2020
    Short company description

    We are a Silicon Valley recruitment firm that powers companies used daily by millions of users. We work out of offices on 3 continents, with the majority of us working remotely from home or coworking spaces.

    Requirements

    Proficiency in spoken and written English
    Proficiency in growth and digital marketing methods and tools
    Analytical and quantitative skills and the ability to use hard data and metrics to back up assumptions and develop business cases
    BA/BS degree in Design, Data-Science, Software Development, Product Management, Marketing or a related field
    Extended experience with web/app/mobile/e-commerce projects
    A proven working background as a Software Project/Product Manager or Scrum Product Owner
    Experience in implementing project management tools and practices

    Nice to haves:

    Proficiency in data science
    Prior experience at a growth-stage internet/software company

    Responsibilities

    Define and analyze key metrics to inform decision-making and measure success
    Build product analytics tools
    Create impactful growth/go-to-market plans and timelines by working with cross-functional teams and stakeholders
    Conduct user research and lightweight tests to scope and prioritize product initiatives
    Build products and features which focus on acquisition, retention, and re-engagement of preexisting users
    Design, develop, audit and improve funnels across products
    Develop client alpha/beta programs and launches

    Other info

    Help grow this Silicon Valley-based, stealth-mode AI healthcare startup by joining their remote team as a Growth Product Manager.

    They’re looking for fiercely independent and self-motivated people who can thrive in the comfort of their own work-space, on their own hours.

    Their company culture is intense, but professionally and personally rewarding. You’ll own projects, be expected to contribute ideas at a high level, and execute. Best of all, working in a remote setting allows you to spend less time in meetings and more time doing the things you love.