At The Infatuation, we’re on a mission to create the most trustworthy and useful restaurant recommendation platform. We serve our users by creating content that provides both utility and entertainment, and we package it all up in delightful digital products.

In October 2021, The Infatuation was acquired by JPMorgan Chase, the largest bank in the U.S. The acquisition affords us additional funding, as well as the distribution for The Infatuation to become a household name. With these new resources, we will be expanding and growing more quickly than we ever have before.

Now, we are searching for a VP, Product to help us shape the future of The Infatuation as we scale. We are looking for a highly motivated and goal-driven product leader to help us reach a new and larger audience, while also keeping existing users happy through our mobile, web, and core platform products. This role will report to our Chief Product Officer and will have 3-5 direct reports.

What You'll Do:

  • Lead and grow a diverse team of experienced and autonomous product managers and help the teammates grow into their future leadership roles
  • Develop a long-term product strategy and roadmap for our product portfolio, in collaboration with the Product & Engineering organization and the company’s leadership
  • Closely align priorities and processes (within Product & Engineering org) with Product Design, Engineering, and Data & Analytics teams to maximize value and efficiency
  • Effectively prioritize and communicate product initiatives across the company
  • Set high standards for product management best practices and data-driven decision making

Who You Are:

  • Minimum of 8 years experience in developing digital (B2C or B2B) products on a cross-functional team, including designers and engineers
  • Minimum of 5 years experience in a product leadership role and managing direct reports
  • Strong inclusive leadership skills - you are collaborative, curious, and courageous 
  • Experience working in a fast-paced delivery-focused environment with an emphasis on Agile practices and the ability to switch focus quickly
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to articulate product decisions effectively, backed by data and research
  • Proven ability to implement product management best practices
  • Proven ability to manage and prioritize multiple products across the entire product lifecycle 
  • Empathy for users and stakeholders, and a passion for what makes a great user experience – we believe that user experience is everyone’s job
  • Strong understanding of data and analytics tools
  • Fluency in using JIRA/Confluence or similar product management tools

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