Join one of the world's fastest growing fintech startups! We're looking for smart, motivated team members who want to change the way people pay their bills, helping them to improve their financial success.

About this Role:  

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Technical Product Manager to join our growing product team. In this role, you will work closely with stakeholders and engineers to evolve and scale our platform by continuing to build out our microservices architecture using an API-first approach.

Responsibilities:

  • Create and own the roadmap for your Domain Service; you will work with engineers and stakeholders to identify, define, and prioritize projects/features to increase its capability, performance, resiliency, and scalability. 
  • Lead a dedicated development team to execute your road map.
  • Own complex features end-to-end, including requirements gathering, collaborating cross-functionally with other teams, departments, and/or external partners, making thoughtful decisions and trade-offs during development, and presenting insights and results with the rest of the company.
  • Work collaboratively with both internal teams and external partners to successfully roll out new capabilities.

Minimum Qualifications:   

  • Bachelor’s degree in a technical field or equivalent experience shipping technical products.
  • 4+ years of product management experience with technical products, with at least 2 years working on a platform product (can be internal or external).
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Solid understanding of web development fundamentals (e.g. RESTful APIs, client-side vs. server-side, deployment).
  • Ability to converse fluently about software development with engineers.
  • Experience creating API documentation with authoring tools (e.g. ReadMe, Stoplight).
  • Hands-on experience using and/or writing RESTful APIs.

Bonus Points for:   

  • A Computer Science degree.
  • Advanced degree in a technical or business-related field.
  • Fintech and/or startup experience.
  • Professional software development experience.

WHO WE ARE

Each year U.S. households spend over $4.6 trillion - about one third of all consumer spending - on recurring bill payments. While staying on top of these bills is the single largest determinant for consumer financial health, organizing and paying them can be a time-consuming and frustrating chore. Since its inception, doxo has been on a mission to simplify and reduce the anxiety of staying on top of bills, empowering consumers to improve their financial health. Our company was founded on the simple idea that there should be an easy and more secure way for consumers to pay all of their bills through a single account, with any payment method, on any device.

As consumers shift more bill payments online and to mobile, doxo continues to experience rapid growth. To date, over eight million doxo users across 97% of U.S. zip codes have paid bills through the payment network, across more than 45 different service categories. With more than 130,000 payable billers, doxo’s proprietary, crowd sourced provider directory is the largest in the nation.

In 2021, doxo was named by both BuiltIn and Comparably as a best place to work in Seattle, and was also recognized by both Inc. Magazine and Deloitte as one of the fastest-growing companies in North America. Come join us as we grow the team to further accelerate growth, forever changing the bill pay landscape to focus on the customer.

WHY WE ARE DIFFERENT 

doxo is unique in that we have already found product/market fit and that our service is filling an important market need every day. But we are still small enough that every employee, no matter their position, can make a meaningful impact. Because transparency is a priority at all levels across the organization, we are all aware of how our work contributes to the success of our business as a whole. We are agile and work hard to solve difficult problems quickly. We work as a team to get things done and mentor individuals to get to the next level in their career.

OUR COMPANY PERKS AND BENEFITS:

  • 100% employer-paid medical, dental, and vision coverage for full-time employees
  • Generous equity grants
  • 401k match to help you save for your future
  • 15 days PTO to start, plus paid holidays
  • Charitable donation match
  • Pet insurance
  • Plus plenty of corporate discounts

Many Perks and Benefits only apply to Full Time Equivalent roles.

The annual base salary for this role is $155,000 - $190,000.  Starting pay will be based on several factors and commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Stock Options are also part of the compensation package for full time roles.

doxo is an equal-opportunity employer and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

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