$100K - $150K(Ladders Estimates)
Education and Experience
Required education, training, licenses, accreditation or certification and number of years and type of directly related experience. If applicable, please identify if an alternate "equivalency" of a combination of education and experience is sufficient.
Degree Bachelor's Preferred major/area of study
Number of years of supervisory/management experience (if any) 2years
Number of years of experience 5 years
Type of experience
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
The Product Manager is an IT generalist and a business visionary with thorough understanding of healthcare business environment especially Medicare. The Product Manager is responsible for leading product strategy and product management life cycle activities throughout the growth, maturity and saturation phases of the product lifecycle.
The Product Manager designs and implements the product roadmap that addresses market demands and surpasses the relevant competition to achieve long term financial goals for Convey. The Product Manager is responsible for the product backlog and scheduling of releases. He/she provides direction to business analysts. The individual will spend significant time on conducting market analysis, competitive analysis, product innovation, customer validation, and assisting with pricing strategies for healthcare related products and services.
The Product Manager must have a thorough understanding of IT concepts and must demonstrate ability to integrate and transform technology into competitive advantage for Convey.
Most tasks are performed in a standard office environment; however, when not in the office environment, tasks may be regularly performed with exposure to adverse environmental conditions, such as dirt, dust, pollen, odors, wetness, humidity, rain, snow, fumes, heights, temperature extremes, noise extremes, machinery, vibrations, electric currents, traffic hazards, explosive hazards, toxic agents, radiation, disease, pathogenic substances, vermin or insect infestation, violence, gang or criminal activity.
The normal work routine involves no exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues (although any work environment presents some small risk of exposure to body fluids). Individuals who perform these duties are not called upon as part of their employment to perform or assist in emergency medical care or first aid. The normal work routine may involve tasks that involve handling implements or utensils, the use of public or shared bathroom facilities or telephone and personal contacts such as handshaking.
Valid Through: 2019-10-17