Overview

The We Company started as a platform for creators in providing members space, community, and services that enable them to do what they love and craft their life’s work. The We Company is striving to help people achieve their purpose and connect with others. WeWork, a business line of We Company, has grown to over 400,00 members in 26 countries and is continuing to grow exponentially.

Our dedication to technological innovation has enabled us to grow to more than 400 workspace locations as well as support the other business lines including WeLive (living space), WeGrow (education), Rise by We (wellness) and Powered by We (enterprise). Every day, we see and feel the impact we can have on employees’ and members’ lives.

 

Developer Platform -  Service Infrastructure

Part of the Developer Platform Group at WeWork, the Service Infrastructure team's mission is to deliver and operate the infrastructure and foundation that power all of the different We Company’s business lines. As a Senior Product Manager on the Service Infrastructure team, you will drive the vision and strategy for building out this platform. You will be working on cutting edge technology, such as figuring out how to build on-premise data centers to enable the management of IoT (Internet of Things) devices and our infrastructure product offering in a world where the data, access controls, and products offered in WeWork locations across the world are experiencing hypergrowth.

Responsibilities

  • Establish the product vision and strategy for one of the core teams within Service Infrastructure, as well as the goals to measure success
  • Understand the needs of internal users; understand the key needs of missions within WeWork and across the different business lines
  • Anticipate use cases in order to build a scalable platform that’s easy to use, secure, and available  
  • Develop product roadmaps that build alignment across product teams and deliver value to our users
  • Partner with engineering in planning, execution and management of resources, roadmap and releases
  • Manage expectations with stakeholders and executives
  • Drive adoption of the our infrastructure platform around the company
  • Develop an internal open-source model and develop a strategy for external open source

 

 

Requirements

  • 7+ years of product experience (experience in infrastructure preferred)
  • Entrepreneurial drive and demonstrated ability to achieve stretch goals in an innovative and fast-paced environment, while building extensible and scalable solutions
  • Technical and able to garner respect from engineers
  • Strong organizational, analytical & problem-solving skills
  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to quickly absorb technical concepts and effectively simplify and communicate them to a non-technical audience
  • Entrepreneurial drive and demonstrated ability to achieve stretch goals in an innovative and fast-paced environment, while building extensible and scalable solutions
  • Creative problem solver. Able to identify real obstacles and viable solutions
  • Outcome-oriented. Not reactionary, articulates the desired outcome and works collaboratively to create a path to achieve it
  • Deep understanding of technical architecture for complex and highly scalable services
  • Ability to quickly absorb technical concepts and effectively simplify and communicate them to a non-technical audience

The We Company is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity in all its forms. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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