An Introduction to Codal

Codal is an award-winning web design and development consultancy that helps enterprise organizations solve complex problems and accelerate growth through elegant, data-driven digital solutions. Our areas of expertise include application modernization, eCommerce, UX/UI design, product strategy, data analytics, and artificial intelligence. 

At Codal, you’ll collaborate with some of the most innovative organizations in the world and work on cutting-edge technologies that push the boundaries of design and software development. You’ll also be part of a community that promotes long-term success, not just for our clients but for each other. We’ll help you develop a professional roadmap that takes your career to new heights. 

What you’ll be doing 
  • Directly reporting and collaborating closely with the Managing Director of Product Development and Engineering
  • Collaborate with clients to define a product vision for consumer, B2B, and internal business applications
  • Develop a deep understanding of the client's business model, competitive landscape and customer/user segments, and use these to inform business and product strategy
  • Facilitate product discovery activities such as user journey mapping, customer and stakeholder interviews, product ideation, MVP definition, and architecture reviews
  • Work with Design and Engineering Teams to shape projects that turn our clients' vision into useful and usable software
  • Advise clients on product management best practices to create healthy decision-making processes throughout the project
  • Guide product teams in delivering undeniable, measurable value for our clients across a portfolio of products
  • Partner with Product & Project Managers to ensure delivery teams are in line with timelines, scope, and budgets
  • Constantly measure the success of your project and the products you own to ensure the team is on the right track to deliver value to the client and the business
What you’ll need to be successful (Requirements) 
  • Bachelors degree required
  • MUST have client facing experience preferably in a consulting setting
  • Five (5)+  years of formal, relevant product experience
  • High energy, team player, creative thinker, and strategic influencer
  • Demonstrated experience in working with broad cross-functional teams
  • Maturity and good judgment
  • Skilled in negotiating, influencing others, analytical thinking, leading others, and executing and implementing projects
  • Willingness to learn and work in a hands-on environment
Bonus Points for these (Preferred Experience) 
  • CSPO certification
  • Jira Software/Confluence experience
Need another reason to hit the “apply” button? 
  • Codal is a global agency with over 200 employees, and offices in the US, UK, and India 
  • We regularly host happy hours, dinners, excursions, and other company events to unwind after a hard day at work
  • Office snacks and drinks + a fancy Bevi water machine with flavored water 
  • We offer Medical, Life, Dental/Vision, and many more insurance types 
  • Employer 401k match - 4% 
  • A recreational group that regularly competes in city leagues for softball and volleyball 
  • An office in the heart of downtown Chicago with a gym, food court, Walgreens, rooftop bar, outdoor sports court, and other amenities
  • Working hybrid for in-person collaboration and sprint-planning days 

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At Codal, we are committed to equal employment opportunities regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.

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