Snapdocs is a rapidly growing company backed by investors like Sequoia, Y Combinator, F-Prime and Tiger Global. We're an innovative team taking on the extensive mortgage market, bringing scalable and sophisticated software to a pillar of the US economy that still relies on fax machines and manila envelopes.

At Snapdocs, we are on a mission to enhance the real estate closing process with efficiency and transparency so that lenders can close their loans sooner and home buyers can move into their dream homes quicker. To help us accomplish this mission, we are looking for a Principal Product Manager to join our growing team! You will be responsible for building the technology that transitions the real estate industry from an archaic, paper-based workflow to a fully digitized experience. If this sounds exciting, read on…

As a Principal Product Manager you will be an integral part of our product team, and focus on building technology integrations directly into the software our customers use most often. This will save our customers time and effort, optimizing their workflow and will help transition the real estate industry from an archaic, paper-based workflow to a fully digitized eClose experience. You will own and define the platform interfaces that power Snapdocs products as well as the products that our end-users experience directly. You will work to think strategically and unlock the potential of two systems through an integration that excites and inspires you. You can see the big picture and can bring this challenge to life.

We are targeting Product leaders with 6+ years of experience building products with clear, demonstrable results, preferably with an enterprise, B2B, platform and/or API integration focus. Additionally, you have 3+ years leading a technical product area, developing a multi-year vision, strategy and roadmap and you have a Computer Science or coding bootcamp degree. You have a seasoned ability to establish, build and enhance a company’s public APIs and off-the-shelf integrations with 3rd party software & backend systems. You have a strong technical acumen and technical understanding, such that you can engage with your engineering counterparts in a collaborative and highly productive manner. You have the ability to clearly communicate with engineering and technical teams across Snapdocs and 3rd party partners. Lastly, you have a strong track record of dealing with complex systems and building products in a way that supports scaling and can quickly absorb technical concepts and communicate them to a non-technical audience.

Colorado applicants: This role pays $164,450-$191,150 annually plus equity in the company (pay for other locations may vary).

Snapdocs strongly values diversity and drive. We want to work with people of different backgrounds and different paths in life, and we trust our team to make smart decisions. This means we value independent work as well as collaboration. We provide outstanding benefits (listed below) and while we have hubs in both San Francisco and Denver, we're an extremely remote-friendly company with over a third of our staff outside of those two hubs!

Our benefits include (but are not limited to):

  • 4 weeks + 1 day of vacation
  • Excellent health, dental, and vision benefits
  • 401(k) with up to 4% company match
  • 16 weeks paid parental leave (regardless of gender)
  • Flexible spending account for healthcare and dependent care
  • Galileo, Modern Health, Urban Sitter, and Northstar Financial memberships
  • Life and disability insurance
  • Commuter benefits
  • 10 year exercise window on your equity (!!)

Snapdocs is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, or Veteran status. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know.

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