StealthCo is a pioneering startup in the behavioral health sector, dedicated to providing proactive outreach and engagement-driven behavioral health solutions for Medicare Advantage members dealing with polychronic chronic conditions. Our innovative approach addresses the challenges faced by seniors, including a shortage of available primary care physicians and behavioral health providers, resulting in increased costs and difficulty accessing appropriate care.Through our hybrid delivery model and specialized design for seniors, we strive to boost engagement levels, enhance diagnostic precision, and deliver more effective behavioral health services to Medicare beneficiaries. Our ultimate goal is to improve health outcomes, lower overall care costs, and elevate member satisfaction levels among older adults.

As our Director of Product, you will play a critical role in shaping product strategy, defining the roadmap, launching our first MVP, and reimagining the industry for senior behavioral healthcare. The ideal candidate is someone with deep expertise in creating and scaling product organizations in the healthcare space, with experience in both the technical and non technical aspects of being a product leader.

 The Director of Product will report directly to the stealth venture's CEO.

What you will do

  • Develop the 12+ month product roadmap for feature & product development, and execute on the build of the project, coordinating with external vendors and contractors as needed 
  • Own product strategy and build for a care coordination software, including discrete use cases for health plans, risk-bearing PCPs, and patients
  • Define the Product organization’s Objectives and Key Results, contributing to the overall success of the company’s culture and growth
  • Analyze, onboard and manage technology vendors to build out the initial product offering, including contractors & software licenses
  • Create and own the product organization’s hiring roadmap; defining areas of product ownership and later growing and managing an internal and external vendor team

What you will need

  • 7+ years of experience, with a minimum of 2 years of experience in a 0-1 product environment, having successfully launched this product. 
  • 2+ years of experience building a patient engagement platform in a 0-1 environment with a successful launch (including beta testing, documentation, customer feedback).
  • Experience managing and working closely with non-technical (vendors, clients, etc.) and technical (product managers, UX designers, engineers, etc.) teams
  • Prior experience within a B2B2C care delivery environment

What you will bring to the table

  • You have a strong ability to create and own the initial product vision, strategy, and roadmap, and the quantitative analysis to determine features and measure success with definitive KPIs
  • You have an understanding of how to take an abstract idea and turn it into something viable, then test and iterate and evolve to bring it to market
  • You demonstrate a deep understanding of the end-to-end product build process, including ideation, prototyping, testing, iteration, and market launch
  • You are technically proficient in evaluating tools, processes, and vendors around tech-enabled care delivery services
  • You have a deep competence in building either Product or Engineering organizations and coaching teams

Who you are

  • Strategic Mindset: The ability to shape and share a strategic vision for a product while tying their day-to-day work with the overall business strategy. The challenge with a strategic product leader in a 0-1 product is that they “are asked to think strategically, but in practice, [they] are responsible mostly for administrative tasks.” 
  • Builder Mindset: Someone who is able to take ownership of the product build and make sound decisions with limited information. They are able to think about the strategic vision of the product and prioritize the day-to-day tasks to meet that vision. The ability to navigate complex decisions, with limited information and make judgment calls. The ability to keep things on track and drive results
  • Ability to Collaborate and Communicate: Product leaders need to be able to communicate and collaborate effectively with their executive peers and provide an executive summary of their work, and most importantly why their work relates to the overall business strategy. They also need to be able to partner effectively with the executive team, have a low self-orientation and encourage others to engage in ideation, etc. 
  • Ability to Empathize with the User: Effective product leaders are able to build products with the customer in mind. The “customer” can be the actual user of the product, the payer for the product, or the investor for the company.

You will work out of one of the following locations:

  • In-office: New York, NY
  • Remote: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin.

Additional Information

Full-time base salary range of $140,000 - $175,000 plus equity.

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