Maven is the virtual clinic dedicated to women’s and family health. Named one of Fast Company’s “10 Most Innovative Healthcare Companies” in 2018, Maven’s leading family benefits platform both advances women in the workplace and empowers every pathway to parenthood, making it easier for parents to start and grow a family during a critical time in their careers.  Maven was founded in 2014, operates the largest proprietary women’s and family health telehealth network in the country, and has raised $42m in capital from top investors including Sequoia and Oak HC/FT.

Maven is looking for a Senior Product Manager, Clinical Outcomes to join our product team. Reporting to the Head of Product, the Senior Product Manager, Clinical Outcomes will lead the development of Maven’s clinical programming strategy. In this role, you will be responsible for shaping our product roadmap to continue driving improved health outcomes, specifically related to high risk pregnancies, C-Sections, & breastfeeding support, among other conditions.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Head of Product to develop recommendations for the product roadmap and execution plan
  • Manage the development process for products and features that deliver measurable improvements in clinical outcomes for Maven members
  • Design and oversee both the overarching product strategy and the tactical details of new product initiatives
  • Conduct market and user research to determine optimal strategies
  • Create and maintain product roadmaps
  • Work closely with cross-functional teams and to build product requirements, priorities and documentation
  • Set and use project KPIs to drive evaluation and decision-making

Requirements:

  • 4+ years of product management experience (bonus: past product work influencing clinical decision making/and delivering a tech-enabled clinical service)
  • Experience managing team members and projects in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment
  • Understanding of and familiarity with clinical informatics and/or data analysis
  • Ability to translate complex clinical concepts and data analysis for a non-clinical audience
  • A demonstrated ability to lead cross-functional teams in sizable new initiatives
  • Pride of ownership in delivering results for the products you manage as well as those you have influenced through other stakeholders
  • Bonus: Past experience working directly with clinicians such as OB/GYN’s, nurse practitioners, mental health specialists

Benefits:

Maven employees are united in their quest to improve the health and well-being of women and their families in our community.  We seek to empower all of our team members to fulfill that mission and reach their full potential regardless of function, geography or experience level.  That’s why we invest in our employees, who are our most important asset in achieving our mission. To that end, we offer:

  • Choice of great medical insurance plan options, including a plan for which the premium for employees is 100% covered by Maven
  • Dental and Vision insurance plans
  • 401(k) plan
  • Access to the Maven platform service and free Maven appointments for employees, family & friends
  • Free One Medical membership
  • Citi Bike and ClassPass discounts
  • Pre-tax commuter benefits  
  • Paid vacation time off
  • Parental and other leave
  • Sponsored learning & development programs
  • Annual personal hobby stipend
  • Weekly team lunches and bagel breakfasts
  • Bottomless office snacks and regular happy hours
  • Annual company offsite
  • Newly designed NYC office in the heart of Tribeca
  • Ongoing special days, such as designated ‘bring your child’ and ‘bring your canine’ to work days!

Maven is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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