About Vendr

Vendr is one of the largest buyers of software in the world. With over $500m+ in savings for our customers, across $4.2bn worth of processed spend, our platform enables 3,000+ organizations to save every time they purchase SaaS. Headquartered in Boston with a second location in Charleston and over 150 employees, we are building a team that can take us to the future state of frictionless buying. Some customers include HubSpot, The Washington Post, and DraftKings.

In June 2022 we announced that we raised $150 million at a $1 billion valuation for our Series B, co-led by Craft Ventures and Softbank

Since 2018, we have:

  • Managed $4,2b+ in software spend
  • Saved $500M+ for our customers

We want you to join us on our mission to fix how companies buy SaaS. We want to hear from you if you're looking for an opportunity to make a significant impact, solve interesting challenges, and help customers. Join Vendr's pioneering teams and help transform how companies discover, purchase, and manage software. 

Vendr is a fast-moving startup building a modern SaaS marketplace aimed at completely transforming the way that SaaS is bought and sold. As a Staff Product Designers on the Marketplace team, you are squarely focused on reducing time to value and improving conversion rates. You are a scientist at heart: creating hypothesis, running A/B experiments, evaluating the results, then going back to the drawing board and doing it all over again. You also have an eye for great design, and would feel embarrassed delivering a subpar product experience. You will get our customers hooked on Vendr.

Reporting Structure

The Staff Product Manager reports to the VP of Product


  • Product design: Create elegant, intuitive, and delightful experiences that result in clear, measurable impact on the business. Design information architecture diagrams, wireframes, flows, service diagrams, high-fidelity mock-ups, and prototypes for your features.
  • Conversion rate optimization: Collaborate with with Product, Engineering, and Marketing to maximize conversion rates across the entire experience.
  • Research: Initiate and conduct light-weight research projects to help evaluate product designs, build foundational knowledge, understand JTBD, and define user journeys.
  • Design systems: Defend and champion our design guidelines, evolve best practices and standards, and help drive Vendr’s design system forward at a tactical level.
  • Design critiques: Contribute to a process where Product Designers across pods can share current projects in a way that brings visibility and invites stakeholder feedback.
  • Process adherence: Ensure that you are well-integrated into the established design process, following our standards with a high attention to detail.
  • Customer obsession: Directly participate in customer and prospect calls to keep a pulse on sentiment, and to help identify and prioritize opportunities. Watch FullStory obsessively.


  • Experience: At least 8 years of relevant experience as an individual contributor on an in-house product design team, as well as 5 years working in a multi-sided marketplace.
  • Portfolio: A portfolio with web projects that highlight your approach to problem solving, as well as the design solutions themselves. Case studies should demonstrate your skills in research, user experience, visual design, and interaction design.
  • Figma Mastery: You live and breathe Figma, where you've mastered the essential elements of both design and interactive prototyping. You have an affinity for micro-interactions.
  • Communication: Excellent communication and storytelling skills, in writing and in speaking
  • Teamwork: Experience partnering with Product, Engineering, and Research to craft and execute broader product and design strategies.
  • Design systems: Experience building design systems collaboratively from the ground up


Why Vendr

  • We’re a disruptor - we’re changing the way SaaS is purchased and managed
  • We have the right value proposition at this time, (we save companies time and money and help them grow efficiently)
  • We’re a startup with durable growth
  • We have great people and a strong culture, (check out our values here)
  • Competitive pay & benefits **applicable to U.S. employees, ask our team for details on our International benefits**
    • Medical, Dental, Vision with 75% company-paid premiums
    • HSA contribution
    • Flexible PTO
    • 12 paid company holidays in addition to PTO
    • 4% 401k matching with no vesting period
    • WFH stipend
    • Education & wellness reimbursement
    • All Mac environment


Vendr is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive work environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, physical or mental disability, age, or veteran status or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law. While we are interested in qualified applicants who are permanently eligible to work for any employer in the United States, we are unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship for employment visas at this time.


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