HR Consultant at Neemtree Consulting
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Product Manager - Consumer Internet Space (2-7 yrs)
- The person should have 2 to 6 years of strong product management experience in the consumer internet space.
- Should have Excellent analytical ability and extreme attention to detail, including the ability to process large amounts of data into actionable information.
- Should have Strong ideation and conceptualization skills, with a thorough understanding of UX principles.
- Experience with best practice agile scrum development and lean startup frameworks.
- Should be Tech savvy. Engineering background preferred.
- Proficient in Excel and GA. Comfortable with Jira.
- Must be a strong and confident communicator in front of large, senior groups.
- Excellent people and management skills to interact with staff, colleagues, cross-functional teams and third parties.
- Curious and comfortable holding professional conversations with our target buyers and users.
- Act as the 'custodian of the user' and the 'messenger of the market' from outside-in to the rest of the organization.
- Analyze various market segments and collaborate with leadership to choose the best ones to pursue.
- Develop product roadmap to illustrate our vision and plan into the future.
- Develop and maintain business proposals that make a compelling case for continued investment into your products.
- Collaborate with other stakeholders such as marketing and sales for positioning and pricing your products.
- Create user stories and functional specifications for current and future products.
- Manage the entire product line life cycle from sunsetting legacy products to prototyping and testing new features/products and ideas.
- Drive buy-build analysis, and review potential partner relationships for the product.
- Know why we are winning or losing in the market, and drive changes to our product and processes to create improvement.
- Keep a finger on the pulse of our competition, and develop strategies and tactics to reduce the threat.