Technical Product Manager
San Francisco / New York City / Remote
Product – Product Owners
H1 is helping connect the medical world. We process data on doctors, pharma companies, drugs, research, etc - and make this data accessible and understandable to the people in the medical world that need it most.
- 2 years old
- $3M ARR
- 500% YoY growth
- Team is 20 people in the US, 80 people in India
- Offices in SF/NYC, but remote within the US is ok.
As our first PM, you will have a profound impact on the company's direction and speed of execution.
- Lead the ideation, execution, and launch of innovative products for the medical world.
- Establish shared vision across the company by building consensus on priorities leading to product execution.
- Drive product development with a team of top tier engineers and designers.
- Integrate usability studies, research, and market analysis into product requirements to enhance user satisfaction.
- Define and analyze metrics that inform the success of products.
- Understand H1's strategic and competitive position, and deliver products that are recognized best in the industry.
- 2 years of product management or product lead experience for web products
- 2 years of web application engineering experience. You must have shipped code to a web-app for this position.
- Exceptional communication and presentation skills
- Exceptional organizational and analytical skills
- Experience defining vision and strategy for a technical product
- Experience executing the full product cycle
- Knowledge of multiple functional areas such as Product Management, Engineering, UX/UI, Sales, Customer Support, Finance or Marketing.
- Understanding of the technical architecture of modern web applications
- Experience developing or designing web applications
A large portion of this role involves communicating with engineering to execute your projects. While you will not directly be managing the engineering teams, you must be very comfortable working with engineers to define requirements and adjust scope as complexities arise.