Ladders has been a leader in high-end careers for over 15 years. We’re a community of professionals that top companies work with to find expert applicants fast. Our team takes pride in listening to member issues and creating solutions. Because of this, we provide our nine million members with top-tier job search and services like Apply4Me, which ends time-wasting job application forms forever. Our community is diverse, putting talent first to create teams that communicate, innovate, and turn real-world issues into products and services that answer needs. If you see obstacles as exercise and expertise as enjoyment, get in touch.
We’re looking for a Product Manager to lead one of two product teams, and help build either B2B or consumer facing web and mobile web products, and features on theladders.com. Products that have a real meaningful impact on millions of career minded professionals.
What you bring:
You can think in terms of the big picture, but deliver on the details
You have a nose for great products, and advocate for new features with qualitative and quantitative reasoning
You do whatever it takes to make your product and team successful, whether that means writing a QA plan or hunting down the root cause of a user’s frustration
You can turn incomplete, conflicting, or ambiguous inputs into solid action plans
You communicate with empathy and exceptional precision
You are technical enough to ask engineers good questions about architecture and product decisions alike
Beyond just shipping new products, you obsess about continuous product improvement
You are very data-driven, and champion the importance of data in decision making.
What you’ll do:
Ship products that help our users thrive, and iterate and test your way to success
Lead collaborative product teams of engineers, PMs, design, sales and marketing folks
Own and deliver on OKRs that are meaningful to the users and our company
BS in CS, EE, or similar technical or scientific field.
5+ years in product management
Demonstrated, quantifiable track record of growth