The Product team at Box plays a very critical role to develop and execute on our product strategy in close partnership with our Engineering and GTM organizations.  As Chief of Staff (CoS) to our Chief Product Officer (CPO) you will have immediate and meaningful impact on the entire product organization by driving key functional projects, coordinating content and messaging for strategic initiatives, and clearly communicating priorities across the entire organization.  The ideal candidate will have proven experience in a business operations role, with a focus on partnering with product leaders at high-growth technology companies.
This role is a great opportunity for a creative thinker, looking for an inside and cross-functional perspective of how supporting functions serve critical roles within an innovation-focused technology company. You will need to be comfortable in a fast-paced startup environment where collaborating across various teams is expected. The role requires a passion for solving ambiguous problems, optimizing processes, and scaling businesses using analytical and general management skills. You must be inclined to think disruptively and not be afraid to question the status quo.  Above all, we're looking for someone who's creative and has a can-do attitude, a lot of grit, and a sense of fun.
Key Responsibilities
  • Serve as an advisor and trusted partner to the CPO to ensure the product team is operating efficiently, meeting key goals and commitments
  • Drive high priority strategic topics and initiatives (e.g., e.g., what is Box's 3 year collaboration strategy) partnering closely with other products leaders
  • Drive product content for high value engagements such as board meetings, analyst and customer meetings, all-hands, and major events like BoxWorks & annual sales kick-off meeting
  • Facilitate and drive weekly product leadership meetings, strategy and planning off-sites, and product all-hands
  • Draft and coordinate internal communications across multiple channels
  • 4 year degree required, MBA preferred 
  • 3-5 years experience required in management consulting or corporate strategy
  • Highly-proactive, extremely organized, self-starter capable of effectively managing several projects
  • Grit and tenacity to get things done in ambiguous situations
  • Strong communication skills and technical aptitude
  • High EQ with an ability to work with many different personality types and positively influence others

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