Valora Inc’s mission is to unlock access to financial opportunity so everyone can create and share value without barriers. We believe every person should have access to the information, education, and tools needed to build wealth. When everyone has the potential to prosper, our world will be a more supportive and interconnected place.

Valora - Product Manager

As part of Valora's Product team, you’ll build experiences that bring heady technology down to earth for users. With empathy and humility, you'll distill complex concepts into experiences that feel familiar to a global and diverse audience. As the second product manager on the Valora team, you will work with your Product and Engineering counterparts to significantly impact the Valora app.

What you’ll do: 

  • Learn from our (potential) users: conduct user interviews to understand common pain points with traditional, fintech and other crypto products to find way Valora can solve these better for our users
  • Experiment & iterate: collaborate with design and analytics to release new features as experiments 
  • Plan and ideate: define and research initiatives to drive team goals
  • Operationalize the delivery of product features and improvements from ideation to launch
  • Build tooling and features that result in a best-in-class app experience for Valora users
  • Drive adoption & growth: coordinate with engineering and marketing to produce campaigns and incentive programs that drive adoption of Valora’s core value propositions
  • Deliver more user value: ideate and execute partnerships that bring more value and/or a better experience for Valora users


You have:

  • 4+ years of experience as a Product Manager of a consumer product, successfully launching and driving adoption of complex technical software products or features.
  • Experience building growth loops and features for a consumer product
  • Ability to research, reason effectively about, and empathize with our consumer user personas 
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to use data to drive product decisions 
  • Solid understanding of user-centered design principles; experience conducting user research and usability testing a plus 
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills, with the ability to drive alignment using data and insights and orchestrate complex feature launches with a global cross-functional team
  • You’re comfortable working on a small & collaborative product team and are excited about moving quickly and wearing many hats
  • Exhibit a strong sense of self-motivation, you take initiative and are able to make decisions in order to achieve project goals
  • You're available during US East Coast hours, and thus available to collaborate with our global team (EU, South America, US West Coast)
  • BONUS: Past experience with web3/fintech, social, or recommendations-related products 
  • BONUS: Experience in early-stage and high growth startup environments
  • BONUS: Experience building products with a focus on emerging markets


What We Offer (U.S. Full Time Employees):

  • Competitive salary + options plan 
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage 
  • Cell phone reimbursement ($50 monthly)
  • $500 One-time WFH stipend for new hires 
  • 401(k) plan through Guideline (no matching)
  • $2500 Learning & Development Budget
  • Health FSA 
  • Dependent Care FSA 
  • Team outings, TGIFs, and more

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