The Product Manager is responsible for the product planning and execution throughout the Product Lifecycle, including: gathering and prioritizing product and customer requirements, defining the product vision, and working closely with engineering, sales, marketing and support to deliver a GREAT customer experience, scalable internal processes, and ensure revenue goals are met. The Product Manager also ensures that the product supports the company’s overall strategy and goals.
The Product Manager is expected to
- Be obsessed with creating an outstanding customer experience
- Define the product strategy and roadmap
- Understand the Product(s) that he/she supports including the business value and delivering a GREAT customer experience
- Deliver Market Requirements Documents and Product Requirements Documents with prioritized features and corresponding justification
- Work with external third parties to assess partnerships and licensing opportunities
- Run beta and pilot programs with early-stage products and samples
- Be an expert with respect to the competition
- Work with Marketing Leader to develop the core positioning and messaging for the product
- Facilitate product training for the sales team, including training on how to give product demonstrations. Work with Marketing Leader to set pricing to meet revenue and profitability goals
- Forecast the long-term revenues to be derived from new products. Report on results and update forecasts monthly.
- Work with Marketing Communications Team to develop sales tools and collateral
- Work with the finance and engineering team to ensure product profitability, including monthly measurement of results.
- Propose an overall budget to ensure success
- Act as a leader within the company
- Exhibit a growth mindset, an ability to take risks, question norms, unlearn old habits & to not take one’s self too seriously
Bachelor’s degree in Business, Economics or Accounting plus five years industry experience as a Product Manager or Product Development with fiber based Internet services.
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- Good working conditions with the absence of disagreeable conditions.
Marketing Department core business hours, 8 to 5:00 Monday through Friday. Extended hours as dictated by the needs of business.
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