Principal Product Manager, SaaS Management

Full-Time Anywhere

SailPoint is the leader in identity security and we’re continuing to build the most comprehensive suite of identity governance & management solutions. We work closely with some of the largest and fastest-growing companies in the world to ensure they can provision with confidence, protect at scale, and comply with certainty.

As SaaS has exploded and allowed employees to work better and faster, it’s caused massive headaches for IT, Security, Compliance, and Finance teams who have no visibility to their endless SaaS sprawl.

We’re solving these challenges (and many more) by building the leading security-first SaaS Management solution (think “SaaS to manage SaaS”). Our solutions help discover and centralize management of all an organization’s SaaS applications to save time on manual audits and help client’s strategic initiatives to optimize, secure, and enable the future of work.

This is a unique opportunity. Our team joined SailPoint as part of the recent acquisition of Intello, a high-growth venture-backed startup evangelizing SaaS management. As such, you’d have the ability to work in a fast-paced high-growth environment while having the benefits of working at a publicly traded leading cybersecurity company.

SailPoint is looking for a Principal Product Manager to take ownership of product initiatives on the SaaS Management team. This position will require a unique blend of someone with a go-getter attitude that is excited about individually contributing while being able to see the more strategic bigger picture initiatives. Additionally, a technical understanding (and enthusiasm) of enterprise SaaS and the rapidly evolving landscape is critical.

The product manager will work with customers, internal stakeholders, including peer product managers from other lines of business, to help shape the vision and execute on delivering value that will be leveraged across the portfolio of SailPoint products. Candidates must be comfortable navigating complex and ambiguous challenges and working in a fluid, fast-paced environment.

Tagged as: Flexible hours, Remote