We’re looking for a curious, dedicated, and thoughtful Director of Product to help us define product strategy and process at Bonusly. Your deep experience and collaborative approach will contribute to key processes, cross-functional relationships, and the culture of the organization. Your intuition and focus will help shape an experience that customers love. This position is based in our Boulder headquarters and reports to the CEO.

What you’ll do:

  • Develop a deep understanding of and empathy for our customers and partners
  • Establish effective, scalable product development processes and practices as the organization continues to grow and evolve
  • Define and prioritize a clear and compelling product roadmap that aligns with business goals
  • Collaborate with Engineering, Design, and other partner teams to create and launch new products and features; structure and lead effective processes and meetings to keep everyone on track
  • Utilize data to evaluate the impact of new features post-launch, uncover new opportunities, and identify areas for improvement
  • Conduct user research and testing, write user stories, and communicate insights to partner teams
  • Communicate plans, progress, and impact to a diverse set of partners, incorporating feedback where appropriate

Qualifications you have:

  • 5+ years experience in product management; at least 2 years with an enterprise/SaaS tech product in a senior role
  • You empathize with users and work to understand their underlying processes, goals and pain points
  • Proven ability to communicate and collaborate cross-functionally
  • You love to use data to uncover insights and craft impactful narratives
  • Experience designing and implementing scalable processes that get results
  • Deep curiosity that drives you to become an expert on our market, customers, and partners

Why you should apply:

  • You enjoy ownership and autonomy in your work
  • You have a passion for creating intuitive, elegant, and transformative software products
  • You thrive in a dynamic startup environment
  • You seek opportunities to improve and grow, always striving to do things better

Benefits and opportunities:

  • Collaborate with a small team of passionate creators
  • Add to our fun and family-friendly work culture
  • Make work more enjoyable and meaningful by reimagining how technology can enhance the employee experience
  • Be empowered to innovate, take ownership, and motivate change at a thriving company
  • Fully covered Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Progressive vacation policy
  • 401k with employer matching
  • Wellness and professional development subsidies
  • Transit benefits
  • Bonusly (peer bonuses, birthday bonuses, and service anniversary bonuses)

You can learn about our culture in the Employee Un-handbook and on our Instagram (@bonuslyhq).

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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