Interested in working at Hudl? Awesome. Here’s what you need to know.
Our goal is to change the way coaches, athletes and analysts prepare for and stay ahead of the competition. Whether it’s with video, stats or a combination of the two, we want our tools to help every step of the way. That’s why we’re always hiring, and we need the best because a product is only as good as the people behind it.
We’re looking for a product manager to drive improvements to our analytics products for high school and club coaches, athletes, teams, and organizations. You’ll constantly explore ways to strengthen the connection between video and data. You’ll explore ways save our users time and never leave them asking “so what?” or “what do I do with this information?”
Decisive. You get the right information to make a decision, and own your decisions after they’re made.
A leader. You can get buy-in on your ideas without resorting to command-and-control tactics.
Collaborative. You play well with others and have made each team you’ve worked on better.
Analytical. You’re a pro at knowing what to measure and at what level of detail.
A strong negotiator. You express tradeoffs and generate buy-in on a solution that’s best for everyone.
A constant learner. You strive not just to learn, but to apply what you’ve learned in your personal and professional life.
A relationship builder: You make connections with teammates and customers built on trust through listening, empathy and mutual respect.
Interact with our customers and Assist Operations team regularly. You'll gain empathy and understanding, and use that to drive changes and improvements to the product.
Use your deep customer, market and financial modeling expertise to create a product strategy that aligns with Hudl’s overall vision.
Communicate your vision to your team(s), stakeholders and company leadership, ensuring understanding and buy-in.
Define high-level problems to solve, communicate constraints for solving them and prioritize what’s most important to tackle first.
Work with teams of engineers, designers, Scrum Masters, QAs, marketers, sales people, product managers and operations specialists to find solutions that solve customer problems
Fill the Scrum role of the Product Owner, acting quickly and decisively to point the product in a healthy direction.