About the Role

You are an experienced and driven product management leader. You believe that driving product success takes ownership - creating and communicating long-term vision for your product, obtaining broad buy-in internally and externally, working with technical and business stakeholders to convert your vision into reality, and taking your product to market in a way that delights your users and turns them into loyal customers. As Senior Product Manager at TripleLift, you will own a part of our award-winning technology platform for advertisers and publishers. This is a leadership role at one of the fastest growing tech companies in the U.S. You’ll work closely with Engineering, Product/Design, and client-facing teams, and be at the cutting edge of technology, advertising, and emerging channels of online content consumption.  

About TripleLift

TripleLift is one of America’s hottest startups, as recognized by Crain’s, Forbes, AdWeek, The New York Times, and many others. We make native advertising simple, scalable, and effective. Using our pioneering computer vision technology, our platform seamlessly transforms images and video into respectful, user-centric ads that match the unique look and feel of a publisher's site or app. TripleLift's native inventory is accessible through the world’s first and largest native ad exchange, helping advertisers reach millions of consumers across all devices at scale. Since 2012, TripleLift has delivered results for some of the most respected brands through what we call the next wave in the evolution of online advertising.

 Responsibilities

  • Establish, evangelize, and obtain cross-functional alignment around your vision of your product area. Contribute to TripleLift’s overall product strategy
  • Work with Design and Engineering to develop our products and plan their phasing and rollout
  • Drive product commercialization in collaboration with cross-functional teams including Product Marketing, Sales, Partnerships, Solutions, Client Services, and others
  • Become an expert in the business of our customers and an advocate for their needs as we evolve our company and product
  • Help establish product best practices and work to weave them into the fabric of excellence at TripleLift

 Requirements

  • 4+ years of product management experience required - with significant portion of that experience at technology companies highly desired
  • 2+ years in ad tech and deep understanding of the ad tech ecosystem and its players
  • Specialization in video or mobile advertising a huge plus
  • Bachelor degree in computer science, engineering, or a scientific discipline
  • Big picture vision and ability to enlist and excite others, aligning them behind your ideas
  • Initiative and hustle; you get things done where others would have given up
  • Unyielding insistence on backing up your every idea with data and evidence
  • Ruthlessness in prioritization and cutting scope
  • Critical eye combined with a can-do, problem solving attitude
  • Knack of coaching others and making complex concepts clear and accessible
  • Engineering experience a huge plus
  • Management experience a plus

 Location

New York, NY

 Benefits and Company perks

  • Competitive salary + performance-based bonuses
  • Company paid medical, dental, and vision plans
  • Stock options
  • 401k plan
  • Snacks on snacks on snacks
  • Yoga lessons, massages, and meals
  • Ongoing professional development
  • Company culture of collaboration, sharing, and hard work

TripleLift Awards

  • Crain’s Best Places to Work (Crain’s-2015, 2016, 2017)
  • 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies in America (Inc. 2017, #163)
  • Forbes Most Promising Companies in America (Forbes-2015)
  • AdTech Startup of the Year Winner (NYTimes-2015)
  • Startup of the Year Finalist (AdWeek-2015)

Note: The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal labor law of general and nationwide application, including Overtime, Minimum Wages, Child Labor Protections, and the Equal Pay Act. This role is a FLSA exempt role

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