About Nubank

Tackling the complex banking system to empower people in one of the most bureaucratic markets in the world seems like a crazy idea, right? But that's why, how, and where Nubank was born. We fight complexity through our transparent and straightforward products and experiences: a no-fee credit card, a rewards program, a lending platform, and a digital savings account. In a nutshell, we are the most innovative tech company in Latin America, and we are obsessed with building financial services and products that make our customers love us fanatically. With over 40 million customers and $2 billions raised in investment rounds, we are the fastest growing digital bank in the world, with offices in Brazil, Germany, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina and United States. And it's still only Day One for us

Our Product Manager Team

At Nubank, Product Managers (PMs) are key players in building great products and delivering them to our customers. They are accountable for building products with a team composed of people with different functions, given the multifunctional structure we have within the organization. Among the key stakeholders, you may find developers, designers, customer service, business analysts, data scientists, etc. They are also responsible for the speed and quality of the team’s decisions in order to maximize impact. Truly great Product Managers will, over time, shoulder ever-greater responsibility for realizing Nubank's vision to be the most influential financial services company in the world.

As a PM, here are some of the activities you might lead:

  • Drive product development—from conception to launch—of the products and product solutions you are accountable for
  • Develop a deep understanding of customers by conducting research, data analysis, customer interviews, and usability testing
  • Utilize qualitative and quantitative insights to develop hypotheses
  • Define, prioritize, and communicate short and long term product goals
  • Partner with engineers, designers, marketing, acquisition, customer operations, strategy and analytics teams
  • Defining, guiding and executing our product strategy to deliver tools that empowers our customers 
  • Defining clear success metrics, and supporting your teams to achieve them
  • Communicating and collaborating with leaders from multiple disciplines and across multiple product lines

Given this, You will be successful if you are able to thrive on these aspects:

  1. Vision - Set the vision for the product, understanding how it connects to company objectives
  2. Customer Focus - Deep dive in user behavior by talking to real customers, analyzing data and seeing the products used in the real world
  3. Prioritization - Help our teams prioritize features based on customer needs, engineering complexity, and the most relevant business outcomes
  4. Structured thinking - Ability to grasp problems of varying levels of complexity and reduce them down to their essentials
  5. Execution - Understand the problems we are trying to solve and work closely with engineers, designers, data scientists, and other functions to define, iterate and ship an awesome sustainable product
  6. Communication - Build constructive relationships, communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders, and have a great time doing it

We have open jobs across several squads such as: PJ, Investments, Collections, Credit Card and new products.

Preferred qualifications

  • Experience working with software products as a Product Manager or in a similar function
  • Robust experience owning and supporting the entire product life-cycle of successful tech products
  • Sharp UX design skills, with a strong desire to discover and fulfill the needs of users
  • Comfortable working with numbers and making decisions based on data
  • Ability to build strong relationships across distinct stakeholders
  • The ability to turn incomplete, conflicting, or ambiguous inputs into solid action plans
  • Excellent communication skills: written, verbal and presentation 
  • Advanced English language skills
  • Great willingness to learn and adapt to a high paced environment
  • Good understanding of the software development lifecycle
  • Experience working with customer-facing products (the ones directly related to the final user) would be a plus

Benefits

  • Health, dental and life insurance
  • Meal allowance
  • Transportation assistance
  • 30 days of paid vacation
  • Equity at Nubank
  • Parking partnership - discounted parking in our office
  • Free bike parking with showers available
  • NuCare - Our mental health and wellness assistance program
  • NuLanguage - Our language learning program
  • Gympass partnership
  • Extended maternity and paternity Leaves  
  • Child care allowance
  • ‘Espaço Feijão’- Private nursing and breastfeeding spaces in our buildings
  • Onsite Health Center - Medical support for every Nubanker in our office

Diversity and Inclusion at Nubank

We want to have a product for everyone, and we build strong and diverse teams that rise to the challenge. We are a team of the most creative people in technology, and we hire under equal opportunity, irrespective of gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or background. We are proud to say that 30% of Nubanker recognize themselves as part of the LGBTQ+ community, and 40% of our team comprises women in all positions and seniority levels. We are a very process-light organization that values human interactions, and that is an essential part of our culture. At Nubank, everyone has the opportunity to speak up and participate, grow, and share ideas.

Nubank continues to hire for all open roles, all interviewing and onboarding are done virtually due to COVID-19. Everyone new to the team and our current staff will temporarily work from home until it is safe to return to our offices.

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We enable millions of people across Latin America to live better by empowering them to control their own money. We aim to build strong and diverse teams that rise to the challenge.

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