Do you get frustrated when you have to click more than twice to find something you’re seeking online? Are you a numbers-loving product manager who daydreams about seamless search bars, smart recommendations, and amazing user experiences?  If you answered yes, then we want to talk to you.

We’re looking for a product manager to lead our Discovery Team. In this role, you’ll will work closely with the team’s engineering lead to define and articulate a vision for our search, recommendations, feed, and notifications products — ensuring that Vimeo’s products are extra slick and intuitive across all our platforms. This role reports to the Director of Product Management, Entertainment.

What you’ll do:

  • Develop the product strategy and roadmap for our search, notifications, feed, and recommendation infrastructure for all Vimeo products
  • Monitor and report on all the Discovery Team’s KPIs, and perform in-depth analysis of how releases impact our bottom line
  • Author product specifications for new features and enhancements
  • Coordinate user testing for all Discovery Team products on desktop, mobile, and TV platforms, and make recommendations about product improvements.
  • Perform competitive analysis to make sure Vimeo ever-stays ahead of the pack
  • Plan sprints, and prioritize the feature and bug backlogs for the team

Skills & knowledge you should possess:

  • 3+ years of product management experience with an internet product or service
  • 3+ years of experience with recommendations and search technologies/infrastructure
  • Experience working on an Agile team
  • Experience working with Jira and Confluence preferred
  • Ability to dissect complex metric reports and identify trends
  • Experience developing product specs, while lending your eye to design and your brain to engineering
  • Insane attention to detail and a mind that is constantly thinking about user experience
  • Appreciation for working both granularly and in broad strategic directions
  • Familiarity with (and/or an undying love for) video creation and consumer behavior

About the Discovery team:

The Discovery team at Vimeo is responsible for Search, Recommendations, Feed, and Notifications -- in other words, the products that are critical to making navigation, exploration, and discovery of content as easy and awesome as possible. We work hard to help users find the specific content they’re looking for, and suggest new content that we know will keep them watching

About us:

Vimeo’s mission is to empower creators to make, share and sell amazing videos directly to viewers worldwide, in the highest quality possible and with no interruptive advertising. Vimeo is home to the world’s leading video creators and the hundreds of millions of viewers who love them. We’d love to welcome you to both our team, and our community.

Founded in 2004 and based in New York City, Vimeo, Inc is an operating business of IAC (NASDAQ: IACI).

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