We're looking for a Product Director who can take the Snyk Container product to the next level. Launched in 2019, Snyk Container is now a core part of our business, featuring in more than a third of our deals, and container projects are growing at more than 40% month-on-month. Snyk Container helps everyone from individual developers to large enterprise customers find and fix vulnerabilities in container images and Kubernetes workloads.
You will own the top-level company vision and KPIs for Snyk Container. From setting high-level direction to collaborating with the engineering teams. From working on pricing and packaging to go-to-market plans and from building out a roadmap to working alongside our sales and customer success teams with customers and prospects. You’ll know when to delegate and when to be hands-on.
Please apply below! We care deeply about the warm, inclusive environment we’ve created and we value diversity - we welcome applications from those typically underrepresented in tech. If you like the sound of this role, but are not totally sure whether you’re the right person, do apply anyway :)
Snyk’s mission is to help developers use open source code and stay secure.
The use of open source is booming, but security is a key concern (https://snyk.io/stateofossecurity/). Snyk’s unique product enables developers and enterprise security teams to continuously find & fix vulnerable dependencies without slowing down, offering seamless integration into Dev, DevOps and DevSecOps workflows. We care deeply about the quality and usefulness of the tools we develop, always focusing on our customers and users.
We are experiencing rapid growth - and we want you to join us! By September 2020, Snyk was already adopted by over 1.5M developers, including multiple enterprise customers (such as Google, New Relic, ASOS and others). Our September 2020 Series D funding round of $200M has put us at over $2.5Billion company valuation.
We believe open source software is a force for good, and we’re building Snyk to make it easier for developers who aren’t security experts to stay secure.