About us

Metromile is a start-up that is disrupting the $185 billion car insurance market by offering an entirely new model where the monthly bill is based on miles driven, paired with a smart driving app. Our product marries engineering and data science to deliver mobile technology, automotive telematics, and data-driven applications to make a car's data accessible and useful to modern drivers, including street sweeping alerts, trip stats, decoded check-engine lights, and car location. We aim to make car ownership as simple and affordable as it can be.

You could think of us as the David to the auto insurance industry's Goliath. Buckle up and get ready to drive with Metromile.

About the role

Our product managers set the vision for our growing family of products. Every day we solve incredibly hard problems to create surprising and delightful experiences for our users. We’re responsible for guiding multidisciplinary teams toward a common goal: shipping high quality products and features on time. As a Product Manager or Senior Product Manager focused on Insurance and Core Platform, you will lead and implement insurance related initiatives that result in growth, engagement, and conversion while offering a delightful experience for customers purchasing a policy. You will work closely with design and engineering to iterate on innovative ideas to deliver highly effective products that will help achieve aggressive key metrics and help customers find the right content on whatever platform they choose to engage on. This position will work closely with the teams in insurance, legal, design, engineering, sales and customer experience.

You will

  • Partner with cross-functional teams to understand, rationalize, and prioritize requests for new features for the product plan
  • Act as the feature champion: elevate and define features to the benefit of the Metromile customer from inception to implementation and further improvement
  • Collaborate with our engineering and design teams to ship impactful features that define simplicity and usability on all platforms
  • Create use cases, prioritize feature requirements, and provide clear feature benefits with proper detail for engineering, as well as sales and marketing
  • Process, review, and interpret large bodies of qualitative and quantitative data on customer usage patterns to uncover new product insights
  • Ensure consistency of experience across a broad range of features
  • Balance diverse perspectives and empower teams to do great work
  • Manage complex, cross-functional projects across multiple teams

About you

  • 5+ years professional work experience
  • 3+ years software product management experience
  • Possess a technical or product management background
  • Very strong execution skills—able to take seemingly vague questions and translate them into clear, achievable objectives
  • Proven experience and passion for building highly successful and innovative consumer web products
  • Experience working with cross-functional teams (design, engineering, data science, business development, marketing)
  • Flourish in ambiguity, setting own goals and effectively delivering to them in a very fast-changing environment
  • Self-motivated, with excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Understanding of data science / machine learning / artificial intelligence concepts is a plus
  • BA / BS required

What’s in it for you

  • Competitive salary plus equity
  • Benefits (health, dental, vision)
  • Transportation and gym benefits
  • Catered lunches and a fully stocked kitchen
  • In office happy hours
  • Monthly social events (trivia nights, skeeball, ropes course, etc)
  • Mac equipment and ergonomic work station, customized to your specs

 

 


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