As our first Product Manager, you’ll shape our product strategy, collaborate with all members of the team often, and help establish our platform as the leading learning technology used by the world’s largest companies. We’re looking for someone who has experience leading significant product initiatives from the early strategic formation stages through go-to-market execution and ongoing optimization.

In this remote role you’ll:

  • Work alongside our talented engineering team in a fast-paced environment to execute the product roadmap as efficiently and strategically as possible
    Work with the engineering team to execute on the product roadmap laid out by Arist’s co-founders
    Design and conduct user research to provide qualitative insights into product strategy while maintaining a close relationship with key customers
    Define requirements, metrics analysis, development, testing, and launching efforts
    Identify and manage blocking issues, anticipate and make prioritization tradeoffs, and balance the business needs versus technical or operational constraints
    Help us deliver client product needs on time balancing both feature and debt development
    Listen to customer needs in order to translate them to product and feature ideas, and execute with the team on making these features a reality
    Collaborate closely with our sales, marketing, and engineering teams to take products from concept through to launch

We’re looking for people who bring:

  • 3+ years of product management or related experience, preferably with some experience in a high growth B2B SaaS company
  • Familiarity working with enterprise platforms
    An ability to comfortably navigate ambiguity and make explicit tradeoffs
  • Experience defining product strategy and designing roadmaps in partnership with cross-functional leadership
  • Demonstrated ability to develop solutions to hard problems – making sound decisions on how to ship value, learn and iterate
  • Excellent analytical skills including the ability to gather and analyze data sets and to interpret them to make sound business decisions
  • An understanding of technical requirements for product development (preferably someone who has some background in engineering or a good understanding of computer science concepts)
  • Interest in improving learning outcomes in the workplace