Product Manager

  • location: Boston, MA
  • type: Permanent
  • salary: $110,000 - $140,000 per year
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Product Manager

job summary:
General Responsibilities:

The Product Manager is principally responsible for defining, documenting, communicating, then executing an operating plan for platform development. Product Management responsibilities include the definition of concept, capability, road map, and release of the SaaS platform product. The Product Manager is a hub of organizational direction, working closely with the CTO on translating product vision and thought leadership into concrete direction. They also work closely with other stakeholders, such as sales, field and professional services, as well as marketing, to reflect their priorities. Product Manager is necessarily a cross-departmental role, interfacing with various stakeholders to generate and execute on consensus.

The Product Manager works closely with engineering leadership to document, plan, and define success for platform releases. The product manager participates in several ceremonies aimed at agility and backlog management, remaining in constant contact with scrum team and engineering leads regarding time, effort, and quality. They serve to clarify stakeholder goals. Product Management also works very closely with Product Marketing to set analyst and customer prospect expectations through planned and ad hoc communications.

Specific Responsibilities:

The Product Manager:

  • Generates operational strategy for delivery based on company mission and product vision;
  • Maintains, measures, reports product and velocity KPI to management;
  • Collect, synthesize, and documents stakeholder usage and non-functional requirements;
  • Defines, documents, and schedules platform releases;
  • Works closely with Product Marketing to generate internal and external communications;
  • Works closely with Engineering on ceremonies such as backlog grooming, spring planning, postmortems, and ticketing backlogs;
The Product Manager is perceived by customers as a "gold source" of information about releases, their capabilities, and expected dates. Through planned and person-to-person communications they establish confidence in and take accountability for on-time and at-quality delivery. The Product Manager has perhaps the single largest impact to achieve its product vision. Similarly, the Product Manager serves as a focal point for customer success as it pertains to platform features, working with engineering to deliver on feature requests, upgrades, and bug fixes.

 
location: Boston, Massachusetts
job type: Permanent
salary: $110,000 - 140,000 per year
work hours: 8am to 6pm
education: Bachelors
 
responsibilities:
General Responsibilities:

The Product Manager is principally responsible for defining, documenting, communicating, then executing an operating plan for platform development. Product Management responsibilities include the definition of concept, capability, road map, and release of the SaaS platform product. The Product Manager is a hub of organizational direction, working closely with the CTO on translating product vision and thought leadership into concrete direction. They also work closely with other stakeholders, such as sales, field and professional services, as well as marketing, to reflect their priorities. Product Manager is necessarily a cross-departmental role, interfacing with various stakeholders to generate and execute on consensus.

The Product Manager works closely with engineering leadership to document, plan, and define success for platform releases. The product manager participates in several ceremonies aimed at agility and backlog management, remaining in constant contact with scrum team and engineering leads regarding time, effort, and quality. They serve to clarify stakeholder goals. Product Management also works very closely with Product Marketing to set analyst and customer prospect expectations through planned and ad hoc communications.

Specific Responsibilities:

The Product Manager:

  • Generates operational strategy for delivery based on company mission and product vision;
  • Maintains, measures, reports product and velocity KPI to management;
  • Collect, synthesize, and documents stakeholder usage and non-functional requirements;
  • Defines, documents, and schedules platform releases;
  • Works closely with Product Marketing to generate internal and external communications;
  • Works closely with Engineering on ceremonies such as backlog grooming, spring planning, postmortems, and ticketing backlogs;
The Product Manager is perceived by customers as a "gold source" of information about releases, their capabilities, and expected dates. Through planned and person-to-person communications they establish confidence in and take accountability for on-time and at-quality delivery. The Product Manager has perhaps the single largest impact to achieve its product vision. Similarly, the Product Manager serves as a focal point for customer success as it pertains to platform features, working with engineering to deliver on feature requests, upgrades, and bug fixes.

 
qualifications:
General Responsibilities:

The Product Manager is principally responsible for defining, documenting, communicating, then executing an operating plan for platform development. Product Management responsibilities include the definition of concept, capability, road map, and release of the SaaS platform product. The Product Manager is a hub of organizational direction, working closely with the CTO on translating product vision and thought leadership into concrete direction. They also work closely with other stakeholders, such as sales, field and professional services, as well as marketing, to reflect their priorities. Product Manager is necessarily a cross-departmental role, interfacing with various stakeholders to generate and execute on consensus.

The Product Manager works closely with engineering leadership to document, plan, and define success for platform releases. The product manager participates in several ceremonies aimed at agility and backlog management, remaining in constant contact with scrum team and engineering leads regarding time, effort, and quality. They serve to clarify stakeholder goals. Product Management also works very closely with Product Marketing to set analyst and customer prospect expectations through planned and ad hoc communications.

Specific Responsibilities:

The Product Manager:

  • Generates operational strategy for delivery based on company mission and product vision;
  • Maintains, measures, reports product and velocity KPI to management;
  • Collect, synthesize, and documents stakeholder usage and non-functional requirements;
  • Defines, documents, and schedules platform releases;
  • Works closely with Product Marketing to generate internal and external communications;
  • Works closely with Engineering on ceremonies such as backlog grooming, spring planning, postmortems, and ticketing backlogs;
The Product Manager is perceived by customers as a "gold source" of information about releases, their capabilities, and expected dates. Through planned and person-to-person communications they establish confidence in and take accountability for on-time and at-quality delivery. The Product Manager has perhaps the single largest impact to achieve its product vision. Similarly, the Product Manager serves as a focal point for customer success as it pertains to platform features, working with engineering to deliver on feature requests, upgrades, and bug fixes.

 
skills: General Responsibilities:

The Product Manager is principally responsible for defining, documenting, communicating, then executing an operating plan for platform development. Product Management responsibilities include the definition of concept, capability, road map, and release of the SaaS platform product. The Product Manager is a hub of organizational direction, working closely with the CTO on translating product vision and thought leadership into concrete direction. They also work closely with other stakeholders, such as sales, field and professional services, as well as marketing, to reflect their priorities. Product Manager is necessarily a cross-departmental role, interfacing with various stakeholders to generate and execute on consensus.

The Product Manager works closely with engineering leadership to document, plan, and define success for platform releases. The product manager participates in several ceremonies aimed at agility and backlog management, remaining in constant contact with scrum team and engineering leads regarding time, effort, and quality. They serve to clarify stakeholder goals. Product Management also works very closely with Product Marketing to set analyst and customer prospect expectations through planned and ad hoc communications.

Specific Responsibilities:

The Product Manager:

  • Generates operational strategy for delivery based on company mission and product vision;
  • Maintains, measures, reports product and velocity KPI to management;
  • Collect, synthesize, and documents stakeholder usage and non-functional requirements;
  • Defines, documents, and schedules platform releases;
  • Works closely with Product Marketing to generate internal and external communications;
  • Works closely with Engineering on ceremonies such as backlog grooming, spring planning, postmortems, and ticketing backlogs;
The Product Manager is perceived by customers as a "gold source" of information about releases, their capabilities, and expected dates. Through planned and person-to-person communications they establish confidence in and take accountability for on-time and at-quality delivery. The Product Manager has perhaps the single largest impact to achieve its product vision. Similarly, the Product Manager serves as a focal point for customer success as it pertains to platform features, working with engineering to deliver on feature requests, upgrades, and bug fixes.


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