Purpose
 
Box's File System is looking for an experienced product owner to lead the team that sits at the center of our strategy for the future of digital content, our core customer experience and our most fundamental technical challenges. This role has an absolutely massive scope of impact and requires a hybrid technical product strategist and experienced operator.
 
We are looking for a product manager to lead all aspects of Box's core File System. If you are the type of person who loves systems thinking, wrangling complexity, and strategic product development, this is the role for you.
 
Our ideal candidate wants
  • to think deeply about the future of productivity and to build the foundation for it
  • to own the most technically complex product area at a growing multi-billion dollar company
  • to operate at both strategic and operational levels
  • to sit at the nexus of most of the product teams at Box
Why the team needs you
 
The File System is not just Box's bread and butter. It's a constantly evolving platform for dozens of clients, thousands of customers (most of the Fortune 500s), and millions of users. Box is focused on bringing its vision for the future of content management to the rest of the working world, and the File System is one of the primary conduits for that journey.
 
The team is large, and comprised of several scrums each working on high-impact, high-visibility projects. With so much in flight, they need a Product Manager to chart a clear path forward.
 
Who you are
 
You've developed products before and bring a technical rigor to the role. You love getting into the nitty-gritty details of technical infrastructure and solving for both customer value and cost. You care deeply about how your products materially make your customers' lives better. You understand the business and the analytics/metrics that drive success. Most of all, you enjoy working collaboratively every day to bring amazing products to market. Expect to be hands on as a creator, evangelist, and product manager, defining our story and laying out the infrastructure to power internal and external teams.
 
Qualifications & Skills
  • 3-5+ years experience as a product manager or related position, where you've built and launched products with highly cross-functional teams
  • You have an innate curiosity and willingness to dive deep into product architecture
  • Strong bias for action and an intrinsic ability to deal with ambiguity
  • Solid understanding of customer needs and experience acting as a customer advocate
  • Proven record of delivery and building amazing things that you are proud of in a business setting
  • You have a technical degree and/or background (CS, EE, ME, Physics etc.) ideally with systems experience

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