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Senior Product Manager, Knowledge Graph in San Francisco, CA


San Francisco, CA 94102
6w ago


Brand Marketing & Management


5 - 7 years

Job Description


Our mission

Glassdoor's mission is to help people find jobs and companies they love. We do this by combining our unique data-set of company reviews with our jobs and user profiles data.

The Knowledge Graph Team

We are in the midst of a rapidly evolving labor economy, but finding the right job or a candidate is really hard. We are reimagining how recruiting happens at scale by leveraging our unique data-set combined with machine learning & new product experiences.

The Knowledge Graph team forms the foundation of our Machine learning technology. The biggest advancements in ML come from unique data and features. The Knowledge Graph team is responsible for building an in-depth understanding of our job seekers, our jobs and companies.

This is a newly formed team and rapidly growing area of investment within Glassdoor. We are looking for a passionate and driven Product Manager who thri

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Valid through: 2020-3-4

About Glassdoor

Glassdoor is a website where employees and former employees anonymously review companies and their management. The company was cofounded in 2007 by Tim Besse, Robert Hohman, who serves as the company’s CEO, and Expedia founder Rich Barton, who serves as the company’s Chairman. The idea came from a brainstorming session between the two of them, when Hohman relayed the story of accidentally leaving the results of an employee survey on the printer while working at Expedia—when the two began to think about what would have happened if the results had gotten out into the public. The two hypothesized that if the material had indeed been revealed publicly, it could have been a service to those looking to make career decisions. The company’s headquarters were established in Mill Valley. Glassdoor launched its company ratings site in June 2008, as a site that “collects company reviews and real salaries from employees of large companies and displays them anonymously for all members to see,” according to TechCrunch. The company then averaged the reported salaries, posting these averages alongside the reviews employees made of the management and culture of the companies they worked for—including some of the larger tech companies like Google and Yahoo. The site also allows the posting of office photographs and other company-relevant media.
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