Who we are

ClearEstate offers technology-enabled services, designed to handle all your estate planning and settlement needs. No matter the size of the estate to be settled, their team of estate professionals use transparency and empathy to alleviate the procedural and emotional burdens of estate planning and settlement. Since 2020, ClearEstate has handled the heavy responsibilities facing estate executors to help guide them through the entire process, including probate, as efficiently as possible.


What we’re looking for

As a Product Manager, you will:

  • Identify big problems: You’ll research the market, spot trends, size opportunities, do competitive analysis, talk to customers, etc. Help us bet on the right problems.
  • Set direction: You’ll craft an inspiring product vision, set product strategy, prioritize problems and build a roadmap that inspires our teams and delivers maximum impact.
  • Build new products: You’ll research problems, design solutions, validate them, build them, and get them out into the world. We have a big vision of building a comprehensive portfolio of financial products for families across the customer journey — we want your help!
  • Partner with all teams: You’ll work cross-functionally with operations, engineering, sales and marketing and design to make sure we’re aligned and all rowing in the same direction.
  • Scale our products: You’ll help us scale through product, partner with growth to find ways to lower acquisition costs, and create passionate fans of our product.
  • Drive our data-informed culture: You’ll live-and-breathe data. You’ll capture / leverage qualitative / quantitative data, and help the business make better data-informed decisions.

 

Who you are

  • Are a great communicator;
  • Are empathetic
  • Care about helping people;
  • Love complex, technical problems;
  • Value simplicity;
  • Have a growth mindset;
  • Are analytical and data-informed;
  • Value speed;
  • Have 2+ years of experience building technology.

 

What we offer

  • The opportunity to be a part of something big and meaningful with a positive impact.
  • Competitive overall compensation package.
  • Permanently flexible remote work policy.
  • A strong work-life balance with 4 weeks paid vacation and 6 flex days.
  • Virtual and in-person team building activity opportunities. 
  • Skill development opportunities and a culture of growth mindset.

 

ClearEstate respects individual differences and guarantees equal opportunities and inclusion. Therefore, all applications are treated equally and recruitment is based solely on skills and experience. Accessibility accommodations offered upon request. 

 

 

 

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