Job Title:  Product Manager  

Department:  Product Management

Reports to:  Matt Blantern, Head of Product and Program

Location:  UK, London

Position Type:  Permanent



About Cardlytics

If you have a bank account or a credit card, chances are good that you’ve seen our platform in action. By running the cash-back rewards programs for Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Lloyds Banking Group and other financial institutions we place targeted, relevant, measurable ads in front of more than 160 million consumers - more monthly active users than Twitter, Pinterest, and Snapchat.

We see one in every two card swipes across the US, covering $3.3T in purchases. This puts us in a unique position, to help marketers predict consumer shopping behavior based on actual purchase data. We then use that data to reach bank consumers with offers they love and that drive measurable, incremental purchases for our advertisers.

In addition to core Cardlytics we have recently acquired Dosh which enables us to combine the scale of our advertising platform alongside Dosh’s innovation, giving advertisers the ability to engage with consumers through some of the largest financial institutions and most notable neo-banks and fintech companies in the world.


Role Summary

Cardlytics products are split into 3 value-streams aligned against our customers: Advertisers; Publishers; and Core/Data (internal). This role is focused on delivering product features for our Publisher partners. Historically this has consisted exclusively of retail banks (Lloyds, Halifax, Bank of Scotland, Santander), however, more recently – since the launch of our Open Banking solution in 2021, enabling access to transactional data for non-Bank organisations – now includes leading loyalty business Nectar.

Product Management at Cardlytics is global, with team members based in New York, San Francisco, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Austin and London. Engineering teams are based in Atlanta and India. The role focusses solely on UK partners working collaboratively with global product and engineering experts. This role is responsible for influencing publishing partners to adopt new features - ensuring they meet the high standards they demand - and contributing to the strategy and vision of the global product team.


You will:

  • Influence the vision, development, and execution of Publisher feature capabilities to support strategic product and business goals
  • Build a deep understanding of our existing business using internal and external data
  • Manage and unify multiple complex platform and product initiatives across the organisation
  • Work with product colleagues and delivery teams through pragmatic planning to identify scope for sprints


You are:

  • Incredibly collaborative: You know how to lead cross-functionally and excel at influencing and collaborating across multiple levels of an organisation
  • Skilled communicator: You have confidence in presenting to a variety of audiences and can tailor your message accordingly
  • Proactive: You have a bias towards action, you’re relentlessly resourceful, and you excel in achieving outcomes with minimal direction while bringing others along
  • Able to influence: your colleagues, stakeholders, and key executives, through your use of data and logic


You have experience in:

  • Demonstrated product experience, preferably including roles at one or more top tech companies.
  • Demonstrated experience in UX implementation, including knowledge of best practices for data governance.
  • Demonstrated experience in AdTech or MarTech
  • Demonstrated experience owning and building a product area with experience leading technical projects
  • Demonstrated ability to learn multiple functional areas of business – engineering, design, finance, sales, or client success.
  • Proven ability to engage with engineers, designers, and company leaders in a constructive and collaborative relationship


The benefits you will receive include:

  • 25 days annual leave, rising with length of service
  • Ability to buy and sell holidays
  • Annual performance related bonus of up to 10% (discretionary)
  • Individual Health Insurance
  • Eligible for participation in Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP)
  • Participation in the Company's Equity Incentive Program
  • Life insurance to 3 x base salary
  • Critical Illness cover of 1 times your basic salary
  • Pension match to maximum 5%
  • Season ticket loan


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