Job Description

 

Job Title:                Technical Product Manager - Data Analytics

Dept:                       Business Analytics

Reports to:              SVP, Data & Business Analytics

FLSA:                       Salary, Exempt, Full-Time

Date:                         06.04.20

 

Position Summary:

The Technical Product Manager is a hybrid role that involves product management and software engineering, taking products from ideation to delivery. The Technical Product Manager will work with the Data and R&D teams including c-level executives to understand business objectives, define requirements, and facilitate development and to ensure products provide value and meet quality standards. This role is responsible for defining product roadmaps based on research around the needs of the business as well as market conditions and then executing.

Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Maintain technical knowledge of product capabilities and scope
  • Define a product roadmap that aligns with strategic business objectives
  • Prioritize product development projects based on business objectives, resource availability, and stakeholder/customer needs
  • Make recommendations for the nature and scope of present and future product development by reviewing product specifications and requirements as well as appraising new product feature ideas and/or product changes.
  • Create user stories for current and future products and/or product features
  • Facilitate A/B testing to optimize product performance
  • Provide source data for all product related messaging and product related documentation
  • Assess market competition and identify strategic opportunities and risks
  • Provide training and documentation to ensure product capabilities and scope are understood
  • Ensure product and product development outcomes meet quality standards
  • Delegation of tasks
  • Manage and mentor engineering team members
  • Manage budgets and cost optimizations
  • Learn, utilize, and enforce development best practices
  • Build, test, and debug code
  • Build and maintain scalable high availability web application platforms
  • API integrations

 

Qualifications/Skills:

  • 3+ years product development experience in a supervisory capacity
  • 5+ years software development experience
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • Project management experience
  • Presentation skills (including presentation software and tools)
  • Excellent technical writing skills
  • Proficiency in SQL
  • Proficiency in Javascript (ES6, NodeJS, ReactJS)
  • Proficiency in NoSQL (MongoDB)
  • Proficiency in GraphQL
  • Revision Control (Git)
  • Proficiency in software design patterns
  • AWS Cloud Services
  • Distributed systems

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