Associate Product Manager

  • Location: Minneapolis, MN
  • Department: Growth
  • Type: Full Time
  • Min. Experience: Mid Level

Job Description

As an Associate Product Manager of Growth, you’re analytically-minded and enjoy focusing on product initiatives that accelerate growth. You thrive in a fast-paced environment and want to be at the forefront of driving innovation for our customers. You are results-driven and collaborate with marketing, analytics, design and engineering to identify and build new features. Your curiosity inspires you to experiment, test, tweak and you aren’t afraid to try things that may fail quickly or unlock growth opportunities. You are data-driven and excited by the opportunity to navigate large volumes of data and analytics to gain insights and ideas.

What You’ll Be Doing

As an Associate Product Manager of Growth, you will sit at the intersection of user insight (both qualitative and quantitative), technology, marketing strategy and design. You will drive When I Work's growth through a strong focus on on all aspects of growth including onboarding, engagement, upsell, cross-sell, pricing and packaging, and more.

  • Prioritize areas of experimentation based on data, user research and modeling.
  • Develop hypotheses, lead brainstorming sessions and develop specs for A/B and multivariate test to prove or disprove your hypothesis.
  • Work with developers, marketing, designers, data analysts and QA to launch weekly experiments.
  • Leverage data to determine results and determine next steps.
  • In other words: Experiment.  Fail. Learn. Repeat.
  • Communicate product vision and priorities internally and externally
  • Communicate intimately with customers to get feedback on our products and how they’re using it to anticipate what our customers will need
  • Being a point of contact for internal and external teams such as Customer Care, Customer Success, Sales and Channel Partners

Experience and Skills Needed

  • 2+ years of professional experience.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to manipulate and draw insights from data
  • Self-motivated with a demonstrated desire to learn new technologies and skill sets
  • Demonstrated track record of completing large amounts of important work (you get shift done)
  • Must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills
  • Superior writing skills with the ability to communicate complex concepts to various audiences
  • Superior project management and time management skills

What Would Be Awesome To Have

  • Prior product management experience
  • Prior experience at a startup and SaaS company
  • Strong analytics and sql skills

What’s In It For You

  • Professional development allowance
  • Employee Stock Options
  • Paid parental leave
  • Medical benefits - employee premiums paid 100% by WIW
  • Dental benefits
  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • Flexible work environment
  • 401K Match
  • Transit Pass or parking stipend
  • Data/Cell (internet) stipend
  • Casual dress code
  • Dynamic and dedicated team
  • Sound Like a Good Fit?

We’d love to talk to you! Please submit the following to apply:

  • Resume (including months/years of employment for each position).
  • Cover letter including:
    • an overview of your existing professional experience
    • a convincing reason why you’d like to work at When I Work

*Must already be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis for any employer.

** Must be willing to relocate to the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul) area (at your expense).

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