- 5+ years of professional experience as a Product Manager in a consumer electronics or web software environment
- Bachelor's degree
- Experience in web development tactics and familiarity with systems development life cycle
- Experience with new product planning and delivery, from concept to feasibility to development and launch
- Experience with web analytics platforms, including Google Analytics
As a Senior Product Manager on the Ring website, you will be responsible for defining and building a web experience that best meets the needs of the user and the business.
You will help shape the logged in web experience by driving engineering and features based on a strategic vision and a collaborative roadmap.
You should be comfortable collaborating in a fast-paced environment and contributing to innovative solutions, while demonstrating leadership, technical competence, and meticulous attention to detail.
A successful candidate will be highly analytical, be able to work very effectively in a matrix organization, show perseverance and steadfastness and love thinking about new products and technologies.
- Identify product innovation opportunities aligned with market needs and business priorities; build supporting business cases to pursue those opportunities.
- Define, plan and manage the roll out of the product features and enhancements for the product initiatives that you own.
- Identify key performance indicators, strive for improvement, and communicate progress
- Take high level direction and turn a strategic plan into a tactical plan
- Work with a global team of stakeholders to identify areas of opportunity and agree upon requirements
- Spec writing, ticket writing, product acceptance and all other day to day tasks that keep our sprints on track
- Create buy-in for the product vision both internally and with key external partners
- Create and prioritize a backlog of requirements with input from diverse stakeholder groups
- Continuous evaluation of the competitive landscape and critical thinking about how others' strategies may or may not fit into our own needs