Overview:

Guidepoint’s Engineering team thrives on problem solving and creating happier users. As Guidepoint works to achieve its mission of making individuals, businesses, and the world smarter through personalized knowledge-sharing solutions, the engineering team is taking on challenges to improve our internal CRM system and create new products to optimize the seamless delivery of our services.

The Product Manager is a self-starter, a hands-on problem solver, and a relationship builder. The PM continuously builds intimate institutional knowledge that spans all teams and functions within the company as well a deep understanding of the evolving competitive landscape. The PM has in-depth knowledge of user experience design and demonstrates the ability to author user stories and functional specifications and work closely with design, software engineers, quality assurance, and business stakeholders for strategic and tactical software requirements for internal CRM and customer facing web applications. The ideal candidate will be highly analytical and creative with proven experience delivering results.

What You’ll Do:

  • Analyze and solve business problems at their root, stepping back to understand the broader context.
  • Use data mining and other analytical techniques to validate and measure business opportunity.
  • Manage and execute entire projects from start to finish including project management, requirements gathering, system analysis, problem solving, and communication of insights and recommendations.
  • Develop detailed functional specifications, business logic, user stories, visual mockups for stakeholder review
  • Identify, vet and manage third party software providers, including API integration
  • Assist Product team with roll out planning and launch of new solutions to market including use facing documentation

 What You Have:

  • 1-2 years experience in a Product Management/BA Role
  • Detailed understanding of software development processes including the ability to assess feasibility without consulting Engineers
  • Advanced Excel skills required, using large-scale, complex datasets
  • Basic SQL or programming knowledge is a plus
  • Proven ability to solve complex business challenges
  • Demonstrated ability to operate both strategically and tactically in a high-energy, fast-paced environment
  • Knowledge of data visualization and exploration tools (Looker, Tableau, etc.)

 What We Have:

  • Competitive compensation
  • Free snacks and beverages
  • Excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage for you and your dependents
  • 401(k) match, life insurance, commuter benefits, corporate gym rates, paid time-off and parental leave plans
  • Friday happy hour and “Summer Fridays”
  • Year-round corporate athletic league
  • Casual work environment

About Guidepoint:

Guidepoint is a rapidly growing technology platform company that connects clients with vetted subject matter experts—Advisors—from our global professional network. Guidepoint clients leverage the insights and perspectives shared by Advisors to stay informed and make better business decisions. Its slate of services, including phone consultations, surveys, events and proprietary data insights products, help professionals gain comprehensive understanding of a topic before making strategic or investment decisions. Guidepoint’s multinational client list includes 9 of the top 10 consulting firms and some of the largest hedge funds, private equity firms and Fortune-ranked public companies. For more information, visit www.guidepoint.com.

 

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