About the role 

At Mezmo, our Senior Product Managers play a crucial role in shaping the Product experience and strategy for our Pipeline Telemetry platform. As a valued member of a growing, innovative team, you will work to enable organizations to Understand, Optimize and Respond to their telemetry data in a cost effective and efficient manner saving both money and precious time.

As a Senior Product Manager at Mezmo, you will play a crucial role in shaping the product experience and strategy for Mezmo’s pipeline telemetry platform, a growing market with huge opportunity! As a valued member of a growing, innovative team, you will work to enable organizations to Understand, Optimize and Respond to their telemetry data in a cost effective and efficient manner saving both money and precious time.

Responsibilities:

  • Guide the product roadmap by understanding core customer and business challenges, identifying the best solution and balancing priorities between near term needs and long term vision.
  • Work closely with Marketing and the GTM team taking new offerings to market and validating them including functionality, pricing and packaging, ensuring smooth adoption and retention.
  • Partner with Design and Product Analytics to create a fast time to value, understand and remove friction points and ultimately create an intuitive user experience for a technical, but time strapped user.
  • As a product leader at the company, you’ll be collaborating with the executive team, working closely with a distributed team of designers and developers, as well as with our go to market teams on driving joint efforts to reach the highest market impact. You’ll be responsible for ensuring these cross-functional teams have the alignment and clarity needed to consistently execute our growth roadmap, on time and with high quality.

Required Skills/Qualifications: 

  • Champion the vision and create alignment: Develop and share the product vision for your group, ensuring its alignment across the company. You listen well. You build consensus by default, but can drive hard decisions when needed. You push the pace. You are comfortable and skilled at presenting to, and gaining traction with, audiences of all sizes — from executive meetings with our CEO or Board and customer syncs to webinars and blog posts. 
  • Impact focused with a consistent history of delivering measurable results for both users and the business. Ability to think big and small to build incremental features and prototypes, run experiments and fail fast, in service of a larger vision. You have ‘data fluency’ and can ask the right questions to dig deeper into the data and ensure it validates your hypotheses.
  • You have empathy for SREs and DevOps and a passion for their unique use cases, technology and what happens behind the scenes of the software we’re all dependent on. You love working closely with customers and understanding their pain points, jobs to be done and where your offerings fit into their overall workflow.
  • Must have: 5+ years of Product Management experience, including 2+ years working on Devtools or a technical product. Observability or Security experience a plus!

Compensation: This role has an annual starting salary range of $160,000.00 - $200,000.00 + equity + benefits. Actual compensation is influenced by a wide array of factors including but not limited to your individual skills, experience and location.

About Mezmo

Mezmo's Telemetry Pipeline makes it easier to understand data, optimize data to control costs, and respond quickly to make data-driven decisions. Applying data engineering principles, Mezmo helps organizations gain confidence in their telemetry data and extract business value from it. Organizations can centralize data from various sources via Mezmo’s open platform. Data profiling helps understand the data before it is optimized by applying out-of-the-box and custom processors to transform data and route it to the desired destinations for further analysis. With the Mezmo Telemetry Pipeline, enterprises can rapidly respond to any incident or data changes. This empowers teams to make faster decisions, all while controlling data costs.

Customers love the Mezmo platform's speed, ease of use, and ability to scale. The platform gives customers flexibility, regardless of the other tools they use in their observability and security stacks.

What it’s like to work at Mezmo

At Mezmo, our culture is everything. We have an inclusive, collaborative, and fulfilling work environment so that our teammates can tackle some of technology’s biggest challenges. Join us if you:

  • Want to solve hard problems.
  • Want to enable Mezmo’s customers, partners, and community to be highly productive and successful.
  • Thrive in collaborative, cross-functional environments. 
  • Enjoy jumping in where needed to help the whole company succeed. 
  • Take your role, but not yourself, seriously. At Mezmo, we know that pride, humility, and kindness are not mutually exclusive.

Benefits

  • Receive competitive compensation.
  • Receive competitive benefits, including:
    • 100% healthcare coverage for you and your family.
    • 100% dental coverage for you and your family.
    • 100% vision coverage for you and your family.
    • Flexible time off. Work-life balance is valued here and we encourage you to take the opportunity to recharge.
    • One company-wide mental health day off per month in addition to all nationally recognized holidays.
    • $600 annual remote work expense reimbursement in addition to hardware setup provided by the company.

This is a full-time remote opportunity. Mezmo is a remote-first company that was born in the San Francisco Bay Area and now has employees in 71 cities in North America and 8 countries worldwide. Learn more about our culture and how we stay connected on our website.

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