We're searching for a Senior Product Manager to help us shape the future of both The Infatuation and Zagat.

The Infatuation is in a state of rapid growth and while supporting the strong editorial-focused platform that the company was built upon, we need to evolve our products to better serve our users as we scale.

We recently acquired Zagat and are re-conceptualizing the product into a crowd-sourced platform that maintains the legacy of the brand. We’re in the unique and exciting position of re-defining what trustworthy crowd-sourced restaurant intel looks like and need a sharp and forward-thinking product manager to help us bring this vision to life. 

As a Senior Product Manager, your day-to-day will be split between iterating on the current Infatuation or Zagat product suite, and thinking strategically around new product opportunities. You’ll work cross-platform as we align our product ecosystem while maintaining a solid grasp on the big picture. You’ll report to our Chief Product Officer and work closely with our Engineering and Design teams and other Product Managers.


  • Own features through the entire product development lifecycle from ideation to release and maintenance support
  • Effectively define, prioritize, and communicate immediate product initiatives and the long term roadmap across departments and partners
  • Align cross-functional teams -- design, engineering, marketing, editorial, revenue, data, executive leadership --  to get buy-in on the product vision and deliver against the roadmap
  • Stay attuned to our users are and their behaviors across our products through qualitative and quantitative methods -- user research studies, usability tests, market research, data analysis
  • Break down high-level features into actionable requirements for design and engineers via epics, user stories, user flows, and other artifacts as needed to effectively communicate requirements
  • Define and measure success metrics and KPIs
  • Contribute to roadmap planning and overall product strategy


  • Minimum of 4 years experience in developing digital (B2C or B2B) products on a cross-functional team including designers and engineers 
  • Experience working in a fast-paced delivery focused environment with an emphasis on Agile practices (sprints, backlog grooming, etc)
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to articulate product decisions effectively with research and data to back it up
  • Proven ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects across various stakeholders and phases of the development lifecycle
  • Empathy for users and passionate about what makes a great user experience
  • Fluency in using JIRA/Confluence or similar product management tools
  • Experience leading user research studies, user testing, and experiments


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