We are looking for talented New/Recent Graduates (Graduating from Jan 2021-July 2022) to join our Product Management team! We are in search of individuals who have strong customer intuition, exceptional communication skills, and an ability to navigate technical challenges. You will join the inaugural class of our new product management program that will grow the next generation of product leaders at DoorDash. 

 

About the Role

At DoorDash, we’re redefining the future of on-demand delivery. Our world-class team of product managers comes from diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and companies, and we are passionate about creating opportunities for others to become product managers and make a lasting impact on our vision of connecting local delivery networks in cities all across the world.  Many of our best Product Managers had no experience prior to transferring into the role. This is an excellent opportunity to jumpstart your Product career.

 

Our goal is to develop a world-class product management teams. This means shipping products in your first quarter at DoorDash, developing your own strategy and roadmap, and working alongside experienced product managers who will teach you the skills of product management on the job. You’ll also work among engineers, designers, and operators in a fast-growing environment. Given the three-sided nature of our business, you will not have the luxury of having tunnel-vision for any one area; rather, you will need to think holistically and understand the business deeply to set the right long-term strategy for your area and the company.


You’re excited about this opportunity because you will…

  • Get your start in Product Management and learn the ropes from seasoned PMs. You’ll have important problems to solve and ultimately own the end to end Product Development process.
  • Grow to lead a cross-functional team of engineering, design, operations, and marketing. 
  • Guide product definition, strategy, and long-term vision for initiatives across audiences of our 3-sided marketplace of consumers, merchants, and Dashers
  • Identify the biggest problems to solve. Drive new feature development from start to finish.
  • Run user research, usability studies, data-driven experiments to inform product direction.
  • Craft the strategic direction of the company.
  • Establish and measure success metrics after launch. Consistently integrate behavior data and customer feedback into essential product decisions.
  • Communicate product plans, benefits and results to all audiences - within teams, company, to users, press etc.
  • Be a part of DoorDash’s first entry-level PM program!

We’re excited about you because…

  • You love solving problems, getting things done, and driving impact. You love building things from the ground up and handle ambiguity and complexity in a detailed, organized way.
  • You have a distinct ability to bring your partners along and collaborate to deliver the best-in-class experience for users
  • You will advocate relentlessly for our users and do whatever it takes to build a great experience for our audiences (Customers, Merchants, and Dashers)
  • You have an ability to learn quickly.
  • You can put yourself in the user’s shoes and balance both user and business impact.
  • You can use data to inform decisions.
  • You have clear, concise, and thorough written and oral communication skills.
  • You have Product/Design/User Research/Engineering/Data Science or other relevant internship or industry experience

Timeline:

Application Opens: October 12, 2021

Application Closes: November 9, 2021

Onsites: Ranging from week of November 8, 2021 - week of December 6, 2021

 

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