What’s your role?
As a Product Manager you’ll be part of our remote-first, cross-functional Product Development team, consisting of product managers, designers, testers and developers. You’ll work on the platform that is literally revolutionizing how our customers perform their daily work. We promote simplicity and ease-of-use in an environment where intuitively designed software is hard to find. We remove the monotone and boring work from people’s lives and enable them to automate their knowledge and decision making process. Our product is used by the world’s largest companies and institutions and we are just getting started.
We are organized in cross-functional teams which work “end-to-end” to ensure our product fits the market need. In these teams, you will work at the intersection of commercial, technology and user experience. This includes working closely with our customers, discussing the latest insights with our sales and customer success teams, and collaborating with our designers and developers to map out and refine our user stories.
In this exciting role, you will be an integral part of our internal Product Manager community which aims to continuously build valuable, usable and feasible product increments. We will empower you to take ownership of one or multiple product artifacts, develop and adapt roadmaps to reflect our latest insights, and be responsible for delivering new features as well as improving existing ones. In addition, you will share your insights in our weekly Product Council which discusses the latest product learnings with our CEO.
👉 You love uncharted paths
You are comfortable starting with just a rough direction and a vague goal, and then working with others to gain clarity, synthesizing and distilling insights, charting a course, and adapting it vigorously as things become clearer.
👉 You have real experience with code
You understand how software gets built, because you’ve done it. You understand how IDEs, source control and continuous integration all contribute to making good products. Perhaps you are even curious about how different programming paradigms get the same thing done.
👉 You have worked on a no-code platform
You have worked on platforms that enable non-developers to create things, such as eCommerce systems (e.g. Shopify), app or workflow builders (e.g. Zapier or Retool), publishing platforms (e.g. WordPress), form builders (e.g. Typeform).
👉 You have some understanding of how B2B platforms work
You have integrated external systems, or you have developed a public API or SDK. You understand the importance of separating platform from solution concerns.
👉 You manage tech debt smartly
Tech debt is a reality of any software development effort, and perhaps even more so in a high-growth company. But rather than deny or ignore it, you understand when to take on tech debt (and when not), and when and how to pay it back.
If you tick most or even all of the above, let’s talk!
👎 This job might not be for you if…
… you are based outside of CET ±4h time zones
… you need clear direction and structure to work effectively
… you are new to product management
- You will become part of a diverse and caring community
- You will work with colleagues that care about the product and the people who build it
- You will support customers who love our product and often express their praise
- We will support you in becoming the best version of yourself – by providing challenging work, colleagues who you can learn from as well as a personal conference & training budget
- You will get to work and make an impact on our main product and its core functionality
- Your work will be shipped – very often
What does working at BRYTER look like?
Have a look at our site to get an impression on how we work.
How to apply?
Start a conversation by reaching out to us. Just say hi, and why you’re interested in working with us. If you feel fancy, send your CV along too.