A good product manager is hard to find.
Besides being tech savvy enough to know how to transform a vision into specifications, product managers must have excellent people skills to facilitate communication between engineers, clients and business departments.
If you think you’ve got what it takes, you’re in luck: There are hundreds of open roles for product pros in Boston. Here are five companies looking for product people now.
The gig: Hardware product manager
What you’d do: This person must define the requirements of a new product for the Formlabs portfolio, determine features and user experience and follow the product through development all the way to shipping.
Who they’re looking to hire: Someone with a process-oriented mindset.
Why you should apply: Catered lunches three times per week, unlimited snacks, office pets and regular technical talks.
The gig: Product manager, time series
What you’d do: You will collaborate with the design team, data scientists, software engineers and an executive team to create and maintain a product roadmap.
Who they’re looking to hire: Someone with a technical background in software and/or data analysis.
Why you should apply: You want to work with some of the world’s most talented data scientists.
The gig: Product manager
What you’d do: You’ll be responsible for partnering with customers or cities who are implementing or extending existing Zagster or Pace bike share fleets across the country, working closely with account management and supply chain teams who will own the delivery and installation of physical and digital assets for each bike share program.
Who they’re looking to hire: Someone adept at handling multiple ongoing projects at once and focused on flawless execution in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
Why you should apply: Zagster is pet-friendly, so bring your pooch to work. ‘Nuff said.
The gig: Product management (all roles)
What you’d do: The product management team leads the roadmap for ideation, development and execution for the company’s endpoint detection and response platform.
Who they’re looking to hire: People who are passionate and curious to the point of insanity.
Why you should apply: Cold brew (and actual brew!) on tap, composting, free lunches, awesome snacks and a DJ booth at the front desk. Did we mention you can expense Uber rides to and from work?
The gig: Product manager
What you’d do: This role works with the product leadership and UX team to prioritize problems or themes to reach outcomes for clients.
Who they’re looking to hire: Someone who understands the healthcare/health IT environment is a plus.
Why you should apply: Generous PTO and volunteering opportunities.