"The front page of the internet,” Reddit is comprised of tens of thousands of user-run communities, each with its own front page, unique focus, and moderator team. Founded in 2005, Reddit is a place for community, conversation, and connection with over 350 million users worldwide.

Reddit is a vast constellation of communities, posts, and users with a complex and growing body of searchable information. We are looking for a product manager to lead all aspects of Reddit’s search team. You'll work closely with our engineers, product managers, and internal teams to build out the functionality necessary to power the experiences Redditors use to find content and communities.

The Search PM will own the strategy, planning, and execution of our search product roadmap. The ideal candidate will leverage strong organizational skills and deep subject matter expertise to partner with execs, engineers, and feature teams to improve the search experience on Reddit.

This is a great opportunity to help our foundational search product become a trusted tool for exploring, navigating, and understanding everything Reddit has to offer.

Responsibilities:

  • Partners with internal groups (Execs, Data Science, Research, other PMs/Feature teams, etc) to understand search product needs and prioritize requirements for the search development team
  • Develop a comprehensive strategy for our search team to build toward satisfying our users and supporting front-end feature product groups
  • Define team goals and success metrics for new search projects to ensure we are tracking towards improvements that align with Reddit’s wider business objectives
  • Evaluate current product performance and identify opportunities for improvement
  • Generate excitement and understanding around Reddit search product improvements

What We Can Expect From You:

  • 3+ years of experience working as a product manager, especially in a technical, computational, or infrastructural group
  • Exceptional project management and organization skills, with meticulous attention to detail
  • Strong customer empathy and effective in collaborating cross-functionally
  • Domain knowledge of Search (e.g. Solr, Lucene, Elastic), Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learning
  • Ability to communicate clearly about complex technical solutions and relating them to business results
  • Experience making product and strategic decisions based on A/B testing
  • Analytical background with a track record delivering high impact product launches
  • Passion about Reddit and how we can make it better
  • Located in San Francisco

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