Noom has been a thought leader in mobile health technology for over 6 years. We have over 33M users using our products, and our solutions span three continents and five languages. We believe that the best way to attract people to a healthier lifestyle is to develop products that make that lifestyle more enjoyable...and we are growing very fast.

We are aggressively expanding our product suite, and are looking for a highly technical Product Manager to join us we continue developing Noom Coach, and our other products. Some things to expect:

  • You will be joining an existing team of 4 product managers as we maneuver head-on through an emerging space.
  • You will be curating app and web experiences that yield long-lasting and life-saving outcomes, leading the fight against some of the biggest and baddest killers of our generation (obesity, type-1 and -2 diabetes, heart disease, to name a few), using a mixture of psychology, technology, physiology, design, and just a touch of magic.
  • Expect to hear from thousands of people whose lives you changed, and use that information to push our products forward
  • Expect to use your gut, confirm it with data, and convince our passionate team members about why they should follow a certain product direction.

These are challenging goals, but ones that we feel are attainable and can make great impact in an industry historically bound by legacy technology and philosophy.

So we’re looking for an experienced product manager leader to join our team. You’ve got a strong technical foundation, with ideally an engineering or CS degree. You already have a few successful software products with a large (1M+) user base under your belt, and know how to remain focused (and thrive!) in the hustle-bustle of a startup environment. You love understanding users, using both qualitative and quantitative means. You are super smart and savvy, and don’t need to show it.

So be ready to do some of the most impactful and challenging work of your career. With an on-site chef that cooks some of the healthiest and trendiest foods out there, on-site yoga, martial arts, and a solid wellness budget for each employee, we make sure our employees get the attention they deserve to do their best and live their best (check out our company blog!). With solid funding from domestic and international VCs, and a team of psychological and medical experts to guide us through the complex ropes of the healthcare industry, we are poised and ready to make a billion people healthy.

If this entices you, apply! Look forward to hearing from you.

 

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