Stripe aims to increase the GDP of the internet. Over the next several years we’ll serve increasingly diverse businesses with a broad suite of products. It’s critical that throughout this growth we provide our users with the right tools to manage their businesses. That’s where the Stripe Dashboard comes in.The Dashboard is Stripe’s UI that enables users to get started with, configure, and use Stripe products. Millions of people use the Dashboard to manage their revenue, help their customers, and generally operate their internet businesses. These businesses are quite homogenous; they vary by size, industry, geography, and business model. As Stripe grows we expect even more diversity in the people who we serve and the ways in which we serve them.
As a Product Manager on the Dashboard team, you will lead initiatives to help startups get the most out of the Dashboard, build a surprisingly great user experience, and drive product strategy across many stakeholders and business lines.
- Define and execute the strategy and roadmap for product adoption in the Dashboard, a critical channel for Stripe
- Lead collaboration between engineering, design, data science and customer-facing teams
- Partner closely with Stripe product and marketing teams
- Deeply understand startups and how Stripe can best help them grow their business
You may be a good fit if you have:
- 5+ years Product Management or Founder experience
- Created best-in-class interfaces that enable users to navigate complexity
- You have experience managing technical software products from infancy to scale.
- Technical skills e.g., ability to gain an in-depth understanding of software systems, build a robust integration with the Stripe API, make meaningful contributions to high-stakes discussions on data modeling or software architecture, etc.
- Experience defining and driving product and go-to-market strategies
- Strong written and verbal communication skills with a talent for precise articulations of customer problems
- You’re a creative product thinker who loves collaborating across the company with engineering, analytics, marketing, design and sales
- You do whatever it takes to make your product and team successful whether that means writing a QA plan or hunting down the root cause of a user’s frustration