Product Manager

Thunder   •  

San Francisco, CA

Less than 5 years

Posted 270 days ago

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Product Manager (San Francisco, CA)

Overview

Thunder has built the very first Creative Management Platform, which The New York Times describes as "an ad engine to put Mad Men out of business." We're changing how digital ads for desktop, mobile and social are created and distributed. We have wowed some of our biggest agencies and brands by automating much of what people thought couldn't be done by computer. Our talented Product Managers are responsible for providing the vision and leadership that enables us to push the boundaries of the digital ad industry.

What You'll Do

  • Translating varied customer, market and business requirements into simple, beautiful and intuitive products
  • Writing user stories and specifications to allow engineering to work efficiently
  • Developing product demos, product marketing materials, messaging & content to support new product/feature releases
  • Clearly communicate product plans, benefits and results, as appropriate, to a spectrum of audiences, from internal stakeholders to external facing business teams
  • Use qualitative and customer research and data analysis to communicate product vision to senior management and various stakeholders

What We're Looking For

  • to 3 years of experience in Product Management or Product Design
  • Technical experience with a degree in engineering, computer science, or experience building SaaS products is required
  • Strong technical architectural understanding of web products and services
  • Prior experience with either Ad Tech (DSP, DCO) or Big Data Analytics is a big plus.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, and a structured, honest and rigorous thought process
  • Proven ability to lead teams and work cross-functionally in a highly collaborative environment

Traits of a Successful Product Manager at Thunder

  • Love pushing the boundaries of products and services
  • Thrive on planning and clarity - anticipate hurdles and make important trade-offs for your project's success
  • Promote best practices with the aim of fostering innovation and learning
  • Care about different types of people and love interacting with them
  • Know how to motivate and bring the best out of everyone