We are a growing public startup and are building the next generation of recruiting tools and on-demand recruiting services. We’re looking for an empathetic and detail-oriented Sr. Product Manager to join the AI Sourcing team to help meet the dynamic recruiting needs of our clients.



The Role and Who You Are:

As a Sr. Product Manager, you will have a critical role of defining, executing, and optimizing the AI Sourcing Suite roadmap as we continue to innovate in the market.

You will become an expert in our software - which powers AI-driven candidate matching, job boards, curated candidate networks, candidate engagement tools, and more - helping employers to recruit more effectively on their own, or to put our community of 30,000+ on-demand recruiters to work for them. 

You have the following education, experience, and expertise:

  • 5+ years of product management experience building data-driven SaaS products, platforms, or services
  • Experience working cross-functionally to develop data-driven SaaS solutions, from inception to launch
  • A good understanding of business productivity SaaS tools, and how to turn foundational user research into a product roadmap
  • A good understanding of APIs, data pipelines, and ETL architectures
  • Roadmap creation/management, sprint-planning, and project-management skills
  • Experience with AI/machine learning recommendation engines 
  • Preferred (not required) if you have experience building recruiting or HR technology platforms
  • Ability to independently develop and implement recommended approaches to complex / ambiguous problems while making thoughtful trade-offs
  • Data analytics skills, leveraging Segment, Heap, and custom user reporting

What you will do:

  • Own and help define the product vision, strategy and roadmap for Recruiter.com’s Candidate Sourcing products: data acquisition, AI-based candidate-matching algorithms, candidate engagement suite, employer presentation/workflow tools, & reporting/analytics
  • Work closely with customer success, sales, and engineering teams to develop the product roadmap
  • Lead foundational user research to understand goals, pain points, and solution enhancements
  • Manage regular weekly engineering focus and prioritization based on business needs
  • Develop user stories and acceptance criteria and ensure they are clearly understood by the engineering team
  • Create team OKRs and product KPIs to align with overall business goals
  • Work with the Executive team to communicate, advocate, and debate the future product vision.

Benefits and Compensation:

We offer a competitive salary plus additional performance-based compensation. We offer incentive stock options and a full suite of benefits, including Medical, Dental, Vision, Short, Long Term Disability, Life Insurance, and supplemental Life policies.

Salary: $125-150k

We also offer incentive stock options and a full suite of benefits, including Medical, Dental, Vision, Short, Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance, and supplemental Life policies.

Why Should You Apply?

  • Opportunity to get in early to a growing, dynamic startup environment
  • Daily interaction with the executive team
  • Competitive pay with great opportunities for performance compensation
  • Directly impact the lives of millions of candidates and 30,000+ recruiters
  • Build within the best of both worlds: the product development processes of a tech startup inside of a publicly traded company
  • Terrific medical and other ancillary benefits
  • Fun, interactive environment & culture
  • Exposure to a growing, dynamic recruiting tech industry

Who We Are:

At Recruiter.com, we are an agile company that is rapidly becoming a top-of-mind solution for recruiting professional employees. Our software platforms allow employers to recruit like experts or enlist our expert team of on-demand recruiters. We care about our clients and employees alike and are driven to create a workplace where hard work and innovative thinking are rewarded. In addition, our AI-driven recruiting technology empowers a variety of enterprises and high growth startups increase the quality, speed, and predictability of their sourcing and recruiting efforts.


Recruiter.com is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.

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