EdX is searching for an experienced product management leader to define, refine and implement product strategy for the edX White Label product.

The edX White Label product supports some of the world’s foremost educational institutions in delivering high-quality education to both individual learners, and enterprise partners. White Label represents a tremendous opportunity for edX and our partners to create cutting-edge learning experiences which deliver against our shared vision of global access to high-quality online education. As a Product Manager on the edX Business team, you will be responsible for defining and delivering the product roadmap for White Label.

You will work closely with White Label partner leadership and course teams, edX Partner Management, edX Sales and Business Development, peer product managers, and stakeholders from across the company to understand and meet emerging customer needs. You will monitor and analyze market conditions, assess the competitive and technology landscape, and gather input from stakeholders to evaluate, size and prioritize market segment opportunities to inform the product roadmap. You will manage relationships with internal and external stakeholders to ensure that the roadmap is well-understood.

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Overall product strategy for the edX White Label product
  • Influence the edX product strategy to ensure White Label customers are well-served, and identify opportunities to enhance the overall edX experience
  • Drive prioritization of the right initiatives, identifying and solving the most important customer problems first.
  • Find ways to accelerate time to value with edX engineering and the Open edX community.  
  • Measure progress toward goals and achieve target outcomes.
  • Define the engineering backlog, technical requirements, product requirements that will achieve the desired outcomes.
  • Define MVP, examine tradeoffs, and manage risks.
  • Work with engineering teams to define the execution plans for the user stories.


QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 4-5+ years of experience as a product manager at a software company, preferably overseeing complex, customer-facing products.
  • Experience operating and thriving in a fast-paced, high-growth, results oriented, hands-on environment.
  • Experience creating user stories, acceptance criteria, and other artifacts related to Agile.
  • Experience leading product teams that partner effectively with engineering, UX and a broad set of internal and external stakeholders.

 

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