Product Manager – San Francisco, CA

Where: The Public Library of Science – San Francisco, CA

What: As our Product Manager, you will be a confident and highly-organized self-starter with first class communication and problem solving skills while working in a fast paced environment. You will be responsible for planning product strategy and implementing new products and product enhancements. You will also design products from existing ideas, and help to develop new ideas based on industry experience and contact with key stakeholders.  You must possess a unique blend of technical savvy, big-picture vision, and the drive to make that vision a reality.  You must enjoy spending time in the larger scholarly community to understand the challenges, and find innovative solutions for scientific communication.

Required Skills of Note:

  • At least 3 years of product management experience
  • Scholarly publishing or related work experience a strong plus
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Knowledgeable in internet technologies
  • Proven track record of successful project completion
  • Ability to contribute both strategically and creatively
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Strong organizational and teamwork skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience with Agile software development practices
  • Proven ability to influence cross-functional teams without formal authority

Job Posted: 5/01/2017

First Review Deadline: X

Link to Job Description!

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