Profile & Seniority
As a Senior Product Manager you will know your product better than anybody. You will organize and manage all of the feature requests related to your area and represent them as a member of the Product Steering Committee. Just as importantly, you will work intimately with our customers and brilliant designers to develop the most magical, consumer-grade product that the legal technology market has ever seen. You will transform user problems into specific user stories so that engineers can unambiguously build the perfect product to support our notion that every line of code will generate new revenue.
➔ 6+ years of product management experience with software products.
➔ Committed to understanding user problems in the deep, and interesting legal domain (however, you do not need to have any legal domain experience).
➔ A deep experience conceiving, building, and shipping successful software products and features in an “agile-ish” development organization.
➔ The ability to think big and small. You are comfortable discussing strategy and long-term vision with executives, but also able to dive into the details of designing a particular interaction.
➔ Strong written and verbal communication at every level.
➔ The ability to diagram user-to-object interaction models in order to understand user workflow and prioritize pain points.
➔ Strong project management and organizational skills.
➔ English: Advanced level
Nice to have but not mandatory:
➔ Used tools like JIRA and Confluence to document requirements and track dependencies.
➔ A background in engineering. We’ve seen great Product Managers from varying backgrounds that know how to build great software.
What you’ll do:
➔ Lead a team of engineers and designers, executing on the delivery of crucial features.
➔ Talk to customers, attend your team stand-up, train internal teams, give demos of your product, to name a few things you might have on your schedule.
➔ As a member of the Product Steering Committee, you will own a product backlog and align with executives on roadmap planning and prioritization.
➔ Iterate on designs with lawyers (clients) and UX designers until you’ve arrived at a magical solution that customers will pay money for. Dates do not drive our delivery schedule; achieving valuable, beautiful software informs when we are finished.
➔ Write clear and concise user stories and acceptance criteria, perform UATs, determine the scope of feature sets, and coordinate build schedules with engineering teams.
➔ Own the successful rollout of new products and key features, including gathering feedback from early customers to validate the value of new releases.