• 38919
  • Non-Life - Data Science
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  • Illinois, United States
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  • Jan 21, 2021
  • Work with product leadership to drive product expansion, strategy, roadmap and backlog prioritization.
  • Own KPI development for your products, including monitoring of qualitative and quantitative user feedback to help drive product decisions, improvements, and growth.
  • Partner with other leaders from Growth, Marketing, Underwriting, Product Design and Engineering to identify business opportunities that will improve our customer acquisition strategies to achieve a positive LTV at a desired CAC.
  • Drive hypothesis and data driven experimentation with the goal of improving conversion and reducing CAC across all of our channels.
  • If/When needed, you will write user stories, facilitate grooming and planning sessions, and UAT product deliverables.
  • Provide hands-on leadership to Product Managers that report to you.
  • Work with the product leadership team to build and drive a strong product culture that understands the importance of continuous improvement and learning.
  • 8+ years of experience working in product management and product strategy, with a focus on consumer-facing products
  • Proven track record of building products that activate, engage and retain customers at a positive LTV.
  • Proven track record in using qualitative and quantitative data to drive and back-up product decisions
  • Experience in managing and curating a backlog of experiment ideas that are evaluated based off of impact and supported by data.
  • Proven track record of successfully leading the concept creation, discovery, and delivery of a given product and product increment
  • Proven track record of building product teams that foster and nurture a passion for building the best user experience possible. You can demonstrate a history of leading, managing, and mentoring multiple product managers.
  • Able to communicate effectively, both internally and externally, and can navigate complex relationships to get the job done.
  • MBA candidates are preferred, but not necessary.