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Healthcare can be faceless and overwhelming. But, a wave of patient-centered technology and services have begun to transform the way healthcare is accessed, distributed, and discovered. 

At Clara, we’re doing our part by building a platform that combines leading-edge technology and an empathetic patient focus, making it simple and approachable for patients and caregivers to find and connect to clinical trials that fit them best. 

In democratizing access to clinical trials for all patients from all backgrounds - while also helping research teams more efficiently reach out to and engage with the patients that they need to participate in their trials - we believe we can help make healthcare more diverse, open, and welcoming. 

Overview

As our first-ever dedicated Product Manager hire, this person will play an influential role in driving product vision and strategy at Clara. In this role, you will work directly with the Engineering team and cross-functionally with colleagues in the Clinical Operations, Patient Support, Sales, Marketing, and Patient Advocacy departments to guide products from conception to launch by connecting technical and business priorities. 

If you want to work with driven teammates to help break down the barriers that exist in today’s healthcare landscape, and if you want to work on difficult, meaningful problems that millions are waiting for solutions to, we would love to talk to you.

Responsibilities

  • Drive the development of product features and enhancements; constantly refine priorities to ensure alignment with business needs
  • Communicate and manage priorities, requirements, plans, and project status with key stakeholders throughout the organization

  • Collaborate with engineering and design to plan, build, and launch features; facilitate communication, organization, and task management from concept through launch

  • Establish shared vision across the company by building consensus on priorities leading to product execution

  • Define success metrics for each initiative and ensure adequate instrumentation, measurement, and analysis to inform product evolution

  • Integrate usability studies, research, and market analysis into product requirements to enhance user satisfaction

Requirements 

  • At least 3-4 years of product management experience with software team(s); Engineering, design, or healthcare experience is a plus. 

  • Experience building B2C or B2B end-user products; experience with both is a plus.

  • Experience working on at least one marketplace product

  • Product management experience in an early stage startup environment is a plus

  • Experience working in a highly regulated industry (such as healthcare, finance, or government) is a plus 

  • Experience influencing product direction and working with multiple stakeholders in tandem

  • Concise and thorough communication skills, both written and oral

  • Experience working with or leading agile teams

  • Drive and passion to understand the healthcare industry and the needs of its patients, advocacy organizations, research sponsors, and research-related healthcare providers

Benefits designed to support your health and wellness

  • Competitive compensation with meaningful stock options

  • Medical, Dental and Vision plans 

  • Pre-Tax commuter benefits

  • Weekly lunch

  • 401k offered through Human Interest

  • Contribution towards fitness membership plans

  • Free One Medical membership

  • Unlimited PTO and sick days

  • Professional development budget

This is a full-time role based in San Francisco, CA.

Clara Health is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all applicants from every background and life experience. We celebrate diversity and do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.

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