Nurx is creating a future of easily accessible healthcare affordable by all. Our care platform enables Nurx clinical and pharmacy teams to empower patients to be in control of their health. 

Committed to revolutionizing the healthcare system and increasing access to healthcare for millions across the country, Nurx specializes in sensitive health with an industry-leading telehealth service that spans consultation, diagnoses and fulfillment right to your door.  

We’re looking for an experienced Product Manager to bring our internal platform toolset to the next level. 

Reporting to the Director of Platform Product, this role will partner with design and engineering to build products that enable our internal teams to deliver exceptional quality of care for more than 275,000 Nurx patients.

With our patient volume increasing 90% year-over-year, Nurx is on a trajectory for continued rapid growth. Are you ready to take on this exciting opportunity? 

What You'll Do:

  • Drive product in a fast-paced, dynamic and entrepreneurial environment, diving into unfamiliar problem spaces and crafting solutions through ruthless prioritization and a consistent focus on our user and patient needs
  • Understand and analyze complex requirements from our internal platform users, thinking strategically, and leading with data-driven decisions through cross company collaboration
  • Coordinate with key stakeholders throughout the company, ensuring proper requirement gathering, communication, and documentation to enable partner teams to scale 
  • Believe in the Nurx mission and embody our company values

About You:

  • 5+ years of experience in product management with a proven track record of successful product launches in a fast-paced environment, distilling complex requirements into high impact solutions
  • An excellent communicator, able to explain tradeoffs and decisions from the perspective of different stakeholder audiences 
  • Ability derive insights, and communicate learnings from a complex data set  
  • Advocate for your users with the ability to address pain points with cohesive product solutions
  • Experience shipping products in a fast-paced, iterative development process, comfortable with uncertainty and able to bring a steadying hand to a team moving quickly
  • A growth mindset who can take ownerships and stay results oriented
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with technical and non-technical team members up to and including the executive-level
  • Superior written and verbal communication skills and experience collaborating cross functionally with stakeholders and other partners
  • Startup and entrepreneurial experience preferred, along with experience in healthcare, health, pharmacy and/or e-commerce

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