Who we are
Drizly is the world’s largest alcohol marketplace and the best way to shop beer, wine and spirits. Our customers trust us to be part of their lives – their celebrations, parties, dinners and quiet nights at home. We are there when it matters - committed to life’s moments and the people who create them. We partner with the best retail stores in over 1300 cities across North America to serve up the best buying experience. Drizly offers a huge selection and competitive pricing with a side of personalized content. That is what we do. Who we are is a different story.
We are more than just another tech company. There is an intellectual curiosity that occurs at Drizly. We have a desire to question, to understand, to figure it out. Bottom line, we solve it. We value not just the truth but the process to get to the truth, to deliberate, decide and then act. Most importantly, we care. We care about our customers. We care about our company. We care about our team. There will be long days and incredible challenges.
We are blazing a trail in an industry that hasn’t changed in nearly a century, and that doesn’t scare us (well, not all the time) -and even when it does, it doesn’t stop us, it energizes us.
Do you see yourself here? Read on.
Who you are
You have a few years of Software Engineering experience, and at least one year doing Product Management in a technical setting. You have a strategic mindset; in this role you would be supporting multiple tech teams (BI, Engineering, Data Science, DevOps to name a few!) so experience with Build Tools is highly preferred. Additionally, you thrive at solving problems and driving results - you will get results despite external shifts. You can manage complexity and have no problem making decisions with little information. Lastly, you can communicate effectively; speaking to technical stakeholders is basically second nature.
What the role is
In this Technical Product Management role, you will be the first Product Manager working exclusively with the engineering and data teams. This person will help apply their technical expertise in order to prioritize an outcome-driven product roadmap.
Build Tools is critical to the success of our engineering and data teams to be able to build software with confidence and consistency. The Technical Product Manager is responsible for talking to various stakeholders across multiple teams to understand how they can confidently and effectively build and deploy code through a CI/CD process that is as frictionless as possible. The role is to support the engineering and data teams through services that enable them to execute at a faster pace as autonomously as they can.
Please note: this role can be performed remotely anywhere in the United States with the exception of Colorado.
In this role you will:
- Lead the product efforts at building and improving our Build Tools and defining our CI/CD process
- Build impactful tools and process that are foundational to the engineering and data teams
- Launch a product from inception to production
- Work collaboratively across the engineering and data teams to manage stakeholder expectations
- Outline problems and proposed solutions, supported with data
- Demonstrate the ability to adapt to new technologies and learn quickly
- Experience working with data science, platform, and/or service teams
The Other Stuff:
- Competitive salary
- One-on-one professional coaching with an external expert
- Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
- Flexible vacation policy
- 401(K) Plan with Employer Match
- Added perks
You do you.
Drizly is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status
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