Fabric is where parents come to start their family’s financial life. Designed for responsible humans with kids, Fabric makes it easy to tackle your financial to-dos and help protect your family by offering life insurance, wills, and other tools in a single place that’s easy to use. Come join us as we re-make a $650 Billion industry and work to improve the lives of millions of families.

As a Product Manager for the Insurance team at Fabric, you will be responsible for our insurance products and tools, and related work that impacts its success.  You will prioritize and complete projects to meet objectives with only limited direction and own the tactical plan, working with your team and adjacent teams to solve problems.


Your role at Fabric:

  • Define and execute product requirements across engineers, designers, data scientists, and user researchers
  • Collaborate with engineers and stakeholders to ensure the goals of the product are aligned with what is delivered
  • Synthesize data, research, and user feedback to ensure our features are prioritized in alignment with company goals
  • Plan, facilitate, and communicate project scoping, execution, and issue tracking
  • Assess and communicate project progress
  • Build a collaborative and innovative culture for our remote team
  • Have an opinion on when to accept technical and product debt and when to pay it down
  • Gather customer needs and feedback through research and testing
  • Perform analysis to inform, monitor, measure and iterate on products


What you’ll bring to the table:

  • 5+ years of product management experience
  • Joy in exploring and solving thorny problems
  • Creativity and curiosity
  • Strong analytical skills, experience with SQL and/or Python/R in a statistical capacity
  • A bias towards action
  • Compassion for your coworkers and our customers
  • Clear and concise verbal and written communication
  • Superior attention to detail and desire to understand the underlying reality of the consumer behavior and what is driving that behavior
  • Experience collaborating with engineering, design, and user experience
  • Technical expertise on APIs and BI infrastructure
  • Experience synthesizing and interpreting consumer experience data


What we offer:

  • Competitive salary and benefits - comprehensive health insurance, a 401(k) plan, three weeks of paid time off, plus everything you’ll need to set up your home office, and more.
  • Fully remote – your commute can be directly from your bed to your desk, and our dress code is sweatpants-friendly. It also means more flexibility in your schedule and better work-life balance.
  • Agility & financial strength - Fabric recently became part of Western & Southern Financial Group, which has been selling insurance for 135 years. It’s the best of both worlds - we have the agility, flexibility, and growth opportunities of a small startup with the resources and stability of a large corporation.
  • Parental leave -  Fabric isn’t just a great place to be a parent – it’s a great place to become a parent, with 12 weeks of both maternal and paternal paid leave.
  • A diverse workplace - We’re big on DEI and strive to create an open and transparent work environment – that means published salary bands to promote pay equality, Days of Action for activism and/or charity work, among other initiatives. We believe that an inclusive culture drives innovation, and results in better products and experiences for the communities we serve.

Salary Range: $140,000 - $200,000


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