Warby Parker is on the lookout for a Product Manager to help oversee strategy, product roadmaps, and business outcomes for our cross-functional product team responsible for accounting and insurance systems. In this role, you’ll help create world-class software applications that power Warby Parker day in and day out.  Working closely with our leadership team, in-house Engineering team, external partners, and other stakeholders, you’ll set targets and conduct analyses to prioritize features that improve those metrics.

 

As a member of our growing Digital Product Management team, you’ll join us in building a customer-oriented team that delivers seamless experiences through thoughtful analytics, empathetic design, strong implementation, and a test-and-iterate culture. We’re also deeply committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace for everyone. Interested? Read on! 

 

What you’ll do:

  • Manage the product team in charge of supporting Warby Parker’s finance and accounting systems 
  • Determine the overall strategy for your product focus area, translating business needs into a product vision
  • Scope new internal features and products, working with your teammates to gather requirements, write business cases, track progress, and deliver value
  • Collaborate with tech and business stakeholders to determine which components of our systems to build internally or purchase externally
  • Create and communicate roadmaps based on Warby Parker’s business objectives and metrics
  • Ensure that stakeholders stay informed about relevant progress and decisions regarding each product
  • Help write, edit, and maintain product documentation

 

Who you are:

  • Backed by 3–5 years experience building and owning a product roadmap for a set of internal users
  • Familiar with accounting systems, processes, reporting, and practices: general ledgers, subledgers, debits and credits, revenue recognition, LIFO, FIFO, weighted average cost, ERP transactions
  • A naturally curious person who dives deep into any available information to better understand the task at hand
  • Meticulously organized and detail-oriented
  • A successful collaborator who thrives in a team environment
  • Someone who communicates well (i.e., clearly, kindly, and proactively) with people in and outside of your own department
  • Able to convey complex issues succinctly and with the appropriate priority
  • Comfortable multitasking to ensure deadlines are met

 

Extra credit:

  • Experience with a full-cycle implementation of an accounting system, like NetSuite, SAP FI, or QuickBooks
  • Experience working for a company with a heavy consumer-facing element (like retail or e-commerce) and/or light manufacturing of consumer products
  • Formal knowledge of process improvement methodologies

 

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