Directly accountable for the planning, orchestrating, and delivering of key business initiatives; candidate will have experience with the development of project charters, project plans, and risk planning.
The Product Manager is a well-seasoned leader who is responsible for managing all lifecycle aspects of a product platform and accountable for assuring end-to-end P/L, growth and profitability across multiple business channels for the assigned products.
Provide global operations leadership to assigned new product development projects and partner with the trauma/cmf marketing, r&d, quality and supply chain teams to develop strategies to achieve business objectives.
This position is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day management of the operation as it relates to the following areas/duties: daily supervision of warehouse associates including motivation, coaching, training, and discipline, manage equipment and coordinate all maintenance needs.
Work with sales and marketing to use market research and voice of the customer feedback in specific regions and customer segments to understand the market evolution and competitive forces and create segment specific product strategies and offerings.
Manage road map and create business requirements documents for products used by both Sell Side and Buy Side around: content transformation, entitlement, distribution (including APIs and UI access points), and internal support tools.
The Associate Product Manager/Product Manager will be part of the global service product management team. This team is responsible for the strategy, pricing, and product line maintenance for all products within the core service business and managing their product lifecycles.
Work closely with the product, user experience, visual design, development, editorial, marketing, analytics and sales teams; understand our competitive position, user base, product features and key business drivers.
Perform in a non - patient care role providing administration and guidance of daily operations, supervision, staffing, personnel administration, goal accomplishment, maintaining managed care payer relations, and unit level budget preparation.