You will need to work with engineering, product marketing, sales and customer support to launch new products and support existing ones. You will own your products from both a technical and business perspective. The success of our products is in your hands.
Successful candidates will have shown the ability to ship quality product in a fast-paced environment. We expect you to be able to work and communicate across the organization at all levels. It is particularly important that you have experience working directly with engineers and engineering management.
Own the roadmap for your product. Be able to communicate both the business and technical rationale behind your product decisions.
Mock up concepts, write functional specs, cut tickets, write copy and do whatever it takes to express your ideas to our internal engineers, designers and other product managers.
Our customers are developers, and we are passionate about building products for them. You will need to engage with our developer community to understand how we can improve our products to increase functionality and unlock new uses.
You have 5+ years experience as a Product Manager for a technology company.
You are a person who thrives in a fast moving environment with a heavy dose of ambiguity. You should have experience shipping products in a fast-paced environment.
You’re hands on, passionate, and collaborative.
You have experience writing code - for fun, college, or work - is a plus.
We are looking for someone with a technical bent to communicate with our internal engineers and engineering management, as well as our engineering-focused customers.
Vision, Medical, Dental
Equity consideration at Year 1 anniversary
Company paid vacation
IRA with Company contribution
Traitify makes personality data accessible by companies looking to better understand their users in order to deliver more personalized recommendations and content. Founded in 2011, Traitify has developed a patented methodology by which unique personality profiles are created by users choosing “Me” or “Not Me” when presented with a series of images.