Job Responsibilities : Senior Product Manager, Digital Activity (Open to remote work, except in CO, SD, VT and WV)
Salary : $100000 per year
Company : Nike
Location : Remote US
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
As a Sr Product Manager, you will help define the future of Nike Run Club (NRC) and Nike Training Club (NTC), two category-defining apps that empower and inspire a global community of athletes to achieve their potential. You will focus on visioning, implementing, and growing feature sets that connect coaching and guidance from Nike’s elite roster of master trainers, run coaches, signature athletes, and sports scientists with Nike’s ground breaking technology stack that includes performance tracking, machine-learning algorithms, and content delivery engines.
WHAT YOU WILL WORK ON:
Product Discovery: Define a long-term vision and immediately useful roadmap that account for a sophisticated ecosystem of consumer needs, technological complexities, operational feasibilities, and measurable business critical metrics.
Product Development: Lead the end-to-end lifecycle of product(s) from requirement definition to prototyping to story mapping to feature development to QA to launch
Product Growth: Analyze in-market performance, derive key insights, set up additional experiments and multivariate tests, optimize growth of highest-performers, and drive future resourcing strategies.
WHAT YOU BRING TO NIKE:
- Open to remote work, except cannot work in CO, SD, VT, and WV. Candidates will be required to relocate.
- Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
- 5-8+ of years of product development experience in the mobile space, with a consistent track record of breaking down problems into simple consumer experiences that achieve business results
- You are proficient working with product management tools, ie JIRA, Asana, Confluence and Omniture
- You have strong analytical abilities with a background of using both large-scale quantitative data sets and detailed qualitative research to drive decision-making
- You are comfortable with turning loosely defined goals and tactics into specific, tactical product specifications, including user stories and detailed requirements that drive action with designers and engineers