Lithic creates card issuing and payment infrastructure for technology companies that just works. We help some of the world’s fastest-growing digital banks, fintech companies, and software companies process billions in transactions annually.

We're looking for a skilled Product Manager to focus on our Onboarding & Developer Experience products. This person will collaborate with other product leaders to build a roadmap for our core product, prioritize features, and take concepts from ideation to execution.

What You'll Do:

  • Understand the market and the customer: Develop a detailed understanding of how our payment processing and business operates and what our customers need.
  • Set the strategy for your product area, ensuring that it aligns with company strategy, and translate that strategy into projects for the next 3, 6, and 12 months.
  • Build and own the product roadmap for a meaningful portion of the Lithic API.
  • Prioritize what projects we should work on, why they are important, how they should work, how they should be prioritized, and how they should be measured.
  • Spec writing and documentation - think deeply about how product features should work and document these thoughts via specs with thorough coverage of edge cases.
  • Execute cross functional work - Work with design and engineering on scoping, task management, implementation, and follow up after launch. Collaborate with other stakeholders including support and compliance to ensure smooth delivery of new features.
  • Culture: Foster a product and customer centric mindset across the company. Hold a high bar for product quality and help enforce it across the company.

What you bring:

  • 3+ years experience with product management and collaborating with engineering teams on product delivery and execution. 
  • Ownership mindset - caring about seeing features through from start to finish no matter what it takes.
  • Effective communication and ability to get things done by influence and persuasion rather than outright authority.
  • Experience with making trade offs and prioritization in shipping products.

Nice to haves:

  • Experience working on an API product, including ability to test new API functionality
  • Background in software engineering

Base salary range for US candidates: $135,000 - $160,000

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Benefits

  • Health, vision, and dental insurance 
  • Unlimited PTO
  • 401(k) match 
  • Life Insurance and AD&D policy 
  • 3% cashback on all Privacy purchases

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