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Associate Product Manager (Remote: Canada)

The Muse

The Muse

Product
Canada
Posted on Tuesday, May 21, 2024
The Muse is the go-to destination for the next-generation workforce to research companies and careers. More than 70 million visitors each year trust our two platforms, The Muse and Fairygodboss, to help them win at work, from professional advancement and skills-building techniques to finding a new job.
The Associate Product Manager will play a key role in conceptualizing, developing and evolving products and tools that match job seekers and employers. This position will report to the Senior Director of Product.
You will:
-Gather requirements, define functionality, and ensure timely launches of new products and features through nimble iterative experimentation
-Collaborate closely with the engineering team to grow performance on key performance metrics, such as revenue and audience reach
-Show a strong bias for action that is balanced with a data-driven approachTriage, assess, and fix bugs.
-Prioritize based on revenue opportunities, user experience, and whether something is a blocker to a product launch
-Partner closely with internal teams such as marketing, data, and content to support cross-functional business goals
-Collect user feedback and data both internally and externally as the critical inputs improving product features
-Track performance metrics across our products to analyze results post-launch, iterate, and make recommendations for next steps
-Support an agile feature development team, including running scrums, conducting retros, and backlog grooming
We value proven capability, resourcefulness, creativity, and ownership over formal qualifications and standard operating procedures. Our team culture is nimble, positive, and action-oriented. We are accountable for results but supportive of learning and iteration.
In addition to the requirements above, you should:
-Have a high-ownership and entrepreneurial mindset
-Possess a familiarity with analytics tools and ability to interpret the results and see new opportunities for improvement
-Demonstrate an ability to clearly communicate and articulate the what, why and how of getting things done
-Have the capacity to assess the quality of an existing user experience, and to make concrete recommendations for how to improve that experience
-Provide insightful user feedback to understand user sentiment of product features
-Have at least 1-3 years of relevant experience developing and improving digital products
-Be highly collaborative- while quickly understanding who has input rights and who just needs to know
-Understand that there will be ambiguity and pivots and be comfortable with that
-Conduct competitive research, as necessary
-B2C or B2B experience a plus