Sr. Product Manager
The Product: Bifrost - Provides data aggregation/orchestration API’s across core data domains, serving requests across all shopping channels. You will work closely with product partners, at an enterprise level, to continue to drive the maturity of this platform for the enterprise.
The Sr. Product Manager represents the customer/user and has the primary responsibility for defining all product requirements and communicating those requirements to the user experience and technology delivery teams. The Sr. Product Manager manages the priority of those requirements to ensure that the highest amount of customer value is being delivered in the fastest time possible.
The Sr Product Manager owns the vision and strategy, roadmap, and feature definition for large, cross‐functional, and/or highly complex products. Responsibilities include defining the roadmap as well as planning and managing products and product features through the product development process.
This role manages the product backlogs for a product group while prioritizing work and making product‐related decisions based on the needs and expectations of customers and stakeholders.
The individual in this role identifies and manages projects with a high level of autonomy. He/she manages multiple product designs at any given time while partnering closely with the business to understand pain points and develop the go‐to‐market strategy.
- Expand the capabilities of the Bifrost platform by engaging with stakeholders to fully understand their needs, prioritize features and manage scope
- Driving publication and adoption of new technical solutions
- Develop a comprehensive product strategy, related roadmap, and set key business objectives (OKRs)
- You will need to leverage the knowledge of your product, as well as, customer feedback and establish other relevant data points to assess value, develop business cases, and prioritize the direction and desired outcomes for your product
- Represents the customer needs and requirements to drive feature implementation and development with associated technology teams Clearly defines and write user stories and acceptance criteria
- Accepts the stories as “done,” validating that the stories meet the acceptance criteria
- Maintains a prioritized product backlog based on defined business value, aligning with Product Strategy and resource capacity
- Uses analytics to monitor product KPIs and ensure success metrics are being met, identifies opportunities for testing and product enhancements based on results
- Align efforts across product teams, prioritizing as necessary, and driving/facilitating execution to maintain focus and appropriate momentum
- Build and leverage solid working relationships with business and product stakeholders, other Product Managers, user experience and technology teams to facilitate successful feature implementation
- Participates in the team demo and retrospective
- Provides input into — and helps construct — business case documentation
- Bachelor's Degree in Business, Marketing, Engineering, Communications, or related field (or equivalent work experience in a related field)
- 5 years of experience in two or more of the following: project management, product management, business analysis, program management or product marketing
- 3 years of experience in product and/or experience management
- Strong writing ability
- Experience in an agile software environment
- Experience working cross‐functionally in a large organization
- Experience working closely with senior leadership
- Experience translating data into quantifiable actions/deliverables
- Master's Degree in Business Administration or similar advanced degree
- CSPO Certification
- Experience collaborating closely with senior leadership
- Experience providing guidance and direction to cross‐functional resources
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