As a Product Manager you'll be responsible for strategizing, developing, delivering and executing on our product roadmap and vision for Moda going forward. This is an incredible opportunity for a true leader and product visionary with proven success to join our fastest growing platform 

 What you’ll do: 

  • Help lead and set the company’s strategic direction, defining and articulating new opportunities, and working in close with executive leadership, our technology team, and various business teams to articulate specific goals
  • Help create the vision and articulate the short and long-term strategy for our product teams, ensuring alignment with the Product Roadmap for the larger Moda organization
  • Represent the customer by building impactful, personal relationships, championing them and bringing their voice into the product creation process
  • Own our KPI’s, metrics and acquisition numbers inside and out and be prepared to discuss growth objectives
  • Roll up your sleeves to work alongside your team, while providing thoughtful guidance, strong leadership development 

What we’re looking for: 

  • 5-8 years experience with strong technical or product expertise including working on a team in fast-paced organizations and environments
  • Strong cross functional partner with C-level executives including technology, marketing, sales, operations, and finance
  • Demonstrated experience with optimizing Conversion funnels, Site analytics, Site Testing, CRM and Marketing Systems in a B2C environment
  • Demonstrated experience launching new products in high growth markets
  • Demonstrated experience with SEO techniques and other product-driven growth initiatives
  • Familiar with product development in Agile and OKR methodologies preferably with squad structures
  • Familiarity with managing site content systems and localization
  • Superior communication skills, including the ability to crystallize and broadly socialize insights into stakeholder needs that the stakeholders themselves may not be able to articulate
  • Familiarity and comfort with data, data science including the ability to use data to analyze and monitor product KPI metrics
  • Ability to weigh competing priorities, manage tradeoffs and evaluate opportunistic new ideas with stakeholders, driving to consensus while maintaining a clear focus on overarching business priorities.
  • BA required; MBA a plus.

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