We are looking for an incredible Senior Product Manager who is passionate about taking enterprise AI to the next level as a member of our Product and Design Team. You will be at the forefront of shaping our product and the future of how businesses use AI to drive their engagement with customers. We believe that trust and respect for privacy are the foundation of strong customer relationships and are building the next generation of AI-driven solutions that enable businesses to make the right decisions at the right time. 

An understanding of Machine Learning and enterprise data-driven workflows will be a significant asset, but is not required. This role will report to the SVP of Product.


At integrate.ai, our mission is to power an intelligence ecosystem built on trust and mutual benefit for people and organizations, and to do so in a way that embeds positive human values into algorithmic decisions.  We are looking for extraordinary people to help build our AI-powered platform which helps B2C enterprises become more customer-centric, identifying what customers value in businesses and applying AI to guide them to unique experiences.  We care about privacy and ethics and are working to make Responsible AI a reality across consumer enterprise.

Most importantly, you will be surrounded by some of the most talented minds in the AI industry. Seriously, please check us out on Linkedin!


What you will do

  • Serve as product owner for key applications 
  • Lead exploration of new use cases, mapping our unique science/engineering capabilities to market opportunities, iterating quickly towards MVP and in-market testing
  • Major contributor to product vision and roadmap
  • Interact with users to understand their needs and develop new opportunity hypotheses
  • Daily interactions with our engineering, science, design, and go-to-market teams; driving alignment around our product vision and roadmap
  • Stay on top of market trends, specifically related to AI in the enterprise and data applications
  • Drive product delivery, from alpha/beta MVP through to general release maturity
  • Serve as a mentor to junior members of the product team

Qualifications and Expectations

  • You thrive under the energy and ambiguity of early-stage product development, continually developing hypotheses, testing them, and iterating at a fast pace
  • 7+ years in a technical role, with at least 4 of those in a product management role
  • Strong grasp of product management fundamentals and an interest to mentor others
  • Comfortable interacting with engineers and machine learning scientists, with an ability to context switch between concepts related to outward facing UI all the way to the core technology stack
  • Focus on shipping product and experimenting in-market with engaged early adopters

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