Our client is a world’s leading image recognition platform for retail who is looking for a Product Manager their crowdsourced data collection team in San Francisco.
As a Product Manager, you will work with different stakeholders from inside and outside the company and will be responsible for the entire product lifecycle, including collecting and analyzing requirements, defining functional specifications, tracking development, QA processes, and adoption across the company.
Your work will require you to hold a broad view on our entire system and to be able to find a solution that combines all their needs – from collecting the data to analyzing using Computer Vision algorithms until reporting it to our clients.
If you are a passionate team player, like to think about the problem as much as the solution, and want to work as part of a fast-growing global team then this is the place for you.
Understand our complex ecosystem and know how to translate user and business needs into products that support and improve it.
Define the scope of the product, its release phases, and be part of the team planning the roadmap
Be responsible for new features/products from high-level requirements down to specific tasks for the developers. Be able to build a new product from scratch.
Work in collaboration with the UX team to create functional yet beautiful products that our customers will love.
Work closely with the development team – define tasks and priorities and accompany the development process
Communicate and engage the stakeholders with our plans and products
-At least 2 years of experience in product management
-Good technical orientation
-Experience working with mobile applications
-Experience with web applications
-Experience developing products from concept to launch
-Strong understanding in user experience and user behavior
-Strong written and verbal communication skills and excellent English
-Experience working with Crowdsourcing – Advantage
Product Management: 2 years (Preferred)
Paid time off
Healthcare spending or reimbursement accounts such as HSAs or FSAs
Other types of insurance
Workplace perks such as food/coffee and flexible work schedules