We’re powering the store of the future.

Brick & mortar accounts for 86% of all retail sales, but has been underinvested amidst a wave of innovation in e-commerce. At Clerk, we're bridging this gap by building digital infrastructure for the retail ecosystem that enables more transparent, efficient, and profitable store operations.

For more information, visit clerkretail.com.

The Role

Clerk is hiring our first product manager. This individual will collaborate closely with our CEO and senior product designer to translate the product vision into an actionable strategy. Our ideal candidate is perceptive, creative, and enjoys breaking apart + solving complex problems. 

Responsibilities

  • Create and implement a product development process that allows us to thoughtfully + rapidly execute on our commitments.
  • Connect with customers to foster empathy for their challenges and represent that feedback to the team.
  • Use data, team input, and customer feedback to shape the product strategy, features, and requirements.
  • Collaborate with the leadership team to craft product plans and roadmaps.
  • Partner closely with Sales, Marketing, Design, Engineering, and Operations to ensure product launches are well-planned and communicated.
  • Identify and plan for cross-dependencies so that everyone feels confident in their role in the product development process, including the milestones and success criteria.
  • Advocate for a product culture of continuous learning, reflection, and documentation.

About you

  • You bring 4+ years of experience as a product manager, ideally at a startup.
  • You have experience in product lifecycle management, software development, and program management.
  • Nice-to-have: You’ve worked in digital-out-of-home, advertising tech, retail tech, or with physical products.
  • You’ve built something new from scratch and have a track record of building, shipping, and iterating on products/significant features that users love.
  • You have demonstrated experience building product roadmaps and managing cross-functional teams to deliver these products.
  • You have strong analytical skills and an aptitude for data-driven decision-making.
  • You’re a compelling storyteller and have hands-on experience getting prospects + customers excited about a product roadmap.

Growth Opportunities

  • As our first full-time product manager, you’ll play a key role in developing our product roadmap and product development process.
  • There’s the potential to grow into a leadership role as an individual contributor or product team lead.

Compensation 

As a part of our commitment to transparency, we use a market-based formula that provides consistency across roles & experience levels and publish all of our compensation data internally for our team. We’re open to a range of experience levels for this position. Here are the annual salaries for each level: 

  • Product Manager: $131,000
  • Sr. Product Manager I: $148,000
  • Sr. Product Manager II: $163,000

In our first conversation, we’ll discuss what level best aligns with your experience.

Benefits + Perks

  • One of Austin's Best Companies to Work for in 2022
  • JobSage Trusted Employer
  • Strong team values in transparency, ownership, people, and teamwork
  • Passionate, high-achieving teammates excited to help you succeed and learn
  • Competitive pay and equity + salary transparency
  • Company-sponsored health benefits 
  • Generous time-off programs (including parental leave)
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Our creative office space in East Austin
  • Quarterly offsites and an annual retreat 

Feeling imposter syndrome? Reach out to us!

If you don't precisely meet all of the requirements, don't let that keep you from applying. We're looking for people eager to learn and grow with us. If you’re interested in the role and being part of Clerk’s values-driven culture, say hi! 

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