Product Manager

 

Cambridge Semantics is seeking a Product Manager to help manage our existing product offerings and new product initiatives. We are looking for 3+ years of proven Product Management experience within a Data Management focused software company. The Product Manager will join a small product management team dedicated to developing new features, communicating with enterprise customers, and executing the product roadmap.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate successfully with Product Engineering, Solution Engineering, the UX/UI team, Sales, and Marketing for data-driven feature development with the goal of moving design and prioritization conversations towards closure
  • Create digital content and present at data management conferences when appropriate
  • Communicate with customers to gather data to build data supported features
  • Develop metrics and KPI’s to consistently align with product and company vision
  • Offer insight and assert those ideas appropriately
  • Maintain and keep up to date Jira, Trello, and Confluence

 

Preferred Skills & Experience:

  • 3+ years of Product Management experience at a data management software company
  • Strong communication skills for the creation and delivery of presentations for internal stakeholders, prospects, and customers. 
  • Experience building effective relationships across teams
  • A highly organized approach to work, with experience using various task management software
  • SQL, graph, ETL, and data warehouses
  • Building enterprise SaaS applications
  • Experience with BI tools like QlikView, Tableau, or Tibco/Spotfire
  • Experience with data preparation for Machine Learning

 

About CSI

We cherish our fast-paced, growth-oriented environment that rewards pro-activeness and idea-sharing.  We value flexibility and balance between work and home life. Prior to COVID, our team was based primarily out of Boston and San Diego - now, we are 100% remote with people across the US and Europe. If you are a motivated, passionate individual who is interested in making a tangible impact on our team and being part of our ascent to the next level, Cambridge Semantics is the place for you! We value the strength that diversity brings to the workplace, and encourage you to apply if you feel as though you are a great fit!

If you are a motivated, passionate individual who is interested in making a tangible impact on our team and being part of our ascent to the next level, Cambridge Semantics is the place for you! 

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