Product Manager, Growth

Invoice2go   •  

Redwood City, CA

Less than 5 years

Posted 276 days ago

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Job Description:

As a Product Manager for Invoice2go's Growth team, you will propose and implement initiatives that drive revenue and user retention. You will define and set product direction for growth through an understanding of customer needs combined with quantitative data analysis. You will take ownership of key growth metrics and work closely with our design, engineering, marketing, and analytics folks to achieve company growth targets.

What You’ll Be Doing

  • Develop strong quantitative and qualitative understanding of growth opportunities across user segments, countries, and platforms
  • Build, integrate and maintain 3rd party and proprietary infrastructure to expedite growth
  • Form and validate data-driven hypotheses for accelerating customer retention and revenue, working closely with engineering, design, marketing, and analytics
  • Embrace the testing process; help develop and deploy hypothesis-driven product changes and split tests
  • Capture insights from growth test successes and failures, and communicate them to the broader team
  • Help deliver product experiences that delight our users and demonstrate meaningful impact on growth acceleration
  • Demonstrate a deep understanding of market and technology trends and competitive landscape

Who We Are Looking For

  • 2-3years product management experience
  • BA/BS in Computer Science or a related technical field, MBA preferred
  • Product - you understand product design and development and work well with designers and engineers. You have experience designing intuitive mobile user interfaces and executing product plans with a well-defined process
  • Users - you have empathy for users and are eager to discover and resolve their pain points. Passion for helping small businesses a plus
  • Data - you have experience conducting in-app split tests and analyzing performance data. You have a firm grasp on product metrics and cohort analysis