Product Manager

Austin, TX (This is not a remote position, candidates must able to work in our Austin Office)

Summary

ClearDATA is seeking a Product Manager that wants to use product expertise and infrastructure knowledge to truly make a difference in Healthcare!  If you’re passionate about creating a new category of technology that will fundamentally make healthcare better, come join our team.   

What You’ll Do:

  • Responsible for go to market strategy for assigned ClearDATA products
  • Lead the ideation, technical development, and launch of products/ product features
  • Gather requirements from multiple sources to form an exceptional experience for our customers 
  • Articulate business needs and translate to product initiatives
  • Establish shared vision across the company by building consensus on priorities leading to product execution and drive key product roadmap successes
  • Owns backlog and drives product development across a team of experienced engineers
  • Build and deliver the business cases for product investments, as needed.
  • Work closely with the Product Marketing Manager to integrate usability studies, research, and market analysis into product requirements to enhance user satisfaction.
  • Define and analyze metrics that inform the success of products.
  • Understand ClearDATA’s strategic and competitive position and deliver products that are recognized as best in the industry.
  • Other duties as needed

What You’ll Need:

  • Minimum of 6-8 years of product management experience
  • Experience working at a tech/SaaS company required
  • Experience working with cloud infrastructure based products
  • Superb strategic thinking skills and business acumen
  • Superb communication skills
  • Positive, “can do” attitude
  • Team Player

What Will Make You Stand Out:

  • Experience in Cloud Healthcare Hosting Solutions
  • Experience working with Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure is required
  • Experience working with HIPAA regulations would be a plus

Why You’ll Like Working Here:

  • Dynamic company that rewards high-performers
  • Be on the cutting edge of new technologies and services
  • Collaborative team environment that values multiple perspectives and fresh thinking
  • Servant leadership Management
  • Business-casual dress code
  • Flexible working hours
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, HSA, Life and 401K
  • Unlimited Vacation!
  • Competitive base, commission and bonus structure

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