Director of Product, Monetization 


The ideal candidate …
The Director of Product (Monetization) will lead the development and growth of monetization products that drive value for Poshmark’s community and incremental revenue for Poshmark. This is a unique opportunity to be the founding member of a new team at Poshmark, whose charter is to incubate products that drive user and business value. The candidate will take products from idea to scale by building and testing with velocity in partnership with engineering, analytics, user research, finance and design. 

Responsibilities:

  • Build products that are deeply-rooted in user needs/problems
  • Identify and prioritize the highest impact opportunities that drive user and business value
  • Execute all stages of product development (concept, build, test, scale etc…) with clear metrics and milestones
  • Monitor the health of the business by defining and tracking the right metrics and counter-metrics 
  • Negotiate trade offs with principles (or framework) and measure long-term effects of products
  • Collaborate well with cross-functional teams ensuring they are heard; get them bought-into product vision
  • Balance short and long term term: drive long-term impact without compromising on delivering short-term results

6-Month Accomplishments: 

  • Release and scale products that are currently in test to track to 2022 plan
  • Test 1 or more products (achieve product-market fit); prime for growth in 2023
  • Propose and get buy-in for a trade-off framework for arbitration of monetization launches
  • Establish a planning and execution cadence with cross-functional partners: engineering, design, analytics, finance etc… 
  • Partner with Analytics to establish monetization dashboard and holdouts
  • Contribute to 2023 Annual Operating Plan

12+ Month Accomplishments:

  • Execute on product growth initiatives to meet 2023 AOP goals
  • Incubate 1 or more product initiatives that align with Monetization’s  2025 vision and strategy
  • Educate cross-functional teams on tradeoff arbitration
  • Hire product manager(s) to support growth of the product

Requirements:

  • Experience taking scaled consumer products from 0 to 1 i.e. from concept through product-market fit to launch
  • Experience driving large, complex projects with cross-functional colleagues.
  • Enthusiastic and resilient in a constantly evolving environment where the process is fluid and creative solutions are the norm.
  • Experience with marketplaces and/or monetization products is desirable

About Us

Poshmark is a leading social marketplace for new and secondhand style for women, men, kids, pets, home, and more. By combining the human connection of physical shopping with the scale, ease, and selection benefits of e-commerce, Poshmark makes buying and selling simple, social, and sustainable. Its community of more than 80 million registered users across the U.S., Canada, Australia, and India, is driving the future of commerce while promoting more sustainable consumption. For more information, please visit www.poshmark.com, and for company news and announcements, please visit investors.poshmark.com. You can also find Poshmark on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube.

Why Poshmark?

At Poshmark, we’re constantly challenging the status quo and are looking for innovative and passionate people to help shape the future of Poshmark. We’re disrupting the industry by combining social connections with e-commerce through data-driven solutions and the latest technology to optimize our platform. We’re nothing without our amazing team who deliver an unparalleled social shopping experience to the millions of people we connect each day.

We built Poshmark around four core values: 1) focus on people to create empowered communities that drive success; 2) together we grow to support each other to strive for our dreams; 3) lead with love to foster genuine connections built upon a foundation of respect; and 4) embrace your weirdness to accept and empower one another on their own unique journey. We’re invested in our team and community, working together to build an entirely new way to shop. That way, when we win, we all win together. Come help us build the most connected shopping experience ever.  We will set you up with comprehensive global and in-country benefits to support you and your family needs.

Poshmark is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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