The Digital Product team at TULA is looking for a Sr. Product Manager to help execute our Roadmap. This role will run our Sprints (Product Owner), write necessary specs (Product Manager), and manage third-party vendors that integrate with our ecommerce sites. 

This role is extremely collaborative and will work with our Engineering, UX Design, ecommerce operations, CRO/testing, digital marketing, and data teams.  This role reports to the Director, Tech & E-Commerce.

Key Responsibilities 

  • Help create, maintain, and execute the Product Roadmap
  • Run the day to day Sprint process with Design and Engineering
  • Lead the QA process to ensure timely, high quality releases
  • Keep our knowledge management up to date with release notes
  • Collaborate with our Data team and our Conversion Rate Optimization team to review site analytics/metrics to validate QA and ensure prioritization is data-driven.
  • Partner with new and existing third party vendors (and channel owners) to ensure our implementations are optimal and our metrics are actionable.


  • 7+ years experience in a B2C/DTC ecommerce environment, preferably using Shopify
  • 5+ years of product management, project management, and/or technical implementation experience
  • Familiarity with web analytics tools such as Google Analytics and reporting tools such as Looker preferred
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to handle multiple competing tasks at once
  • The ability to be flexible and adaptable in all circumstances
  • DTC beauty experience a plus

What you will learn in 3 months:

An understanding of TULA’s broader strategy, brand positioning & goals

  • Our customer—immersing yourself in qualitative & quantitative data to better understand them
  • The partnership between Digital Product, UX and Engineering teams
  • Ways of working, requirements and needs of teams such as growth, technology, retention and digital/ecommerce
  • Our DTC infrastructure and setup. The good and the not so good, including opportunities, limitations and gaps

What you will learn in 6 months:

  • Contribute to overall business objectives and success, and lead projects from start to finish

About TULA Skincare

TULA is a leader in clinically proven, probiotic extract-powered skincare. Founder Dr. Roshini Raj has studied the power of probiotics in both beauty & wellness for more than 20 years after graduating from Harvard and New York University. Dr. Raj had a lightbulb moment after seeing the life-changing impact probiotics in natural diet & supplements had on her patients’ internal health: Not only were they feeling better, but their skin seemed to be glowing. In 2014, she launched TULA—meaning “balance” in Sanskrit—by applying the science from her medical knowledge to skincare with the goal of restoring her patients' confidence. TULA’s products feature the brand’s proprietary S6Pro Complex, a patent-pending blend of three probiotic extracts and prebiotics that help maintain skin balance, calm the look of irritation, plus nourish and strengthen the skin barrier. See the difference TULA can make for skin so healthy it glows™. For more information and the latest news on TULA Skincare, visit

The anticipated base salary range for this position is $130,000-$145,000. Exact salary depends on several factors such as experience, skills, education, and budget. Salary range may vary based on geographic location. In addition to base salary, this position is eligible for participation in a competitive annual bonus with possibility for achievement based on performance and company results. In addition, TULA offers a variety of benefits to eligible team members, including health insurance coverage, wellness and remote support programs, paid leave programs, education-related programs, Unlimited PTO, paid holidays, and others. Many of these benefits are subsidized or fully paid for by the company. 

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