— Experience as a Product Manager
— Experience with developing and launching products successfully
— Experience with qualitative and quantitative research methods. Conduction of usability studies, surveys, user interviews, A/B tests
— Solid knowledge of Google Analytics/Mixpanel/FullStory or other similar tools
— Excellent English with outstanding written and oral communication skills (we are US startup focused on US market only)
— Experience writing Product Requirements/Documentation
— Excellent problem-solving, organizational and analytical skills.
— Be a team player with character, high humility and integrity, helping build a healthy team environment
— Experience in UX design
— Basic understanding of technologies (API, client-server applications, working with DB)
— Experience working with Scrum development process
— Experience managing/leading a development team
— Competitive salary and regular transparent compensation reviews. Transparency and trust are among our values, so we have transparent salaries, equity and financial results.
— Options for shares in a fast-growing successful startup
— Great relocation package
— Catered lunch and a stocked kitchen (yep, fruits and Red Bulls are there as well)
— Building your workspace as you wish (we have a standard package with MacBook, but it’s up to you to do it in your own way)
— Friendly for periodically remote work, but we like to work side by side since we are a startup and a lot of changes during the way
— Great team and a great office. We’ve located in a townhouse in Frankivskiy district, so in summer we work hard even from our yard and have garage, as all pure startups :)
— Hackathon Fridays once a month
— You will be responsible for full product development cycle (define problems, prioritize features and tasks for the product, research, design solutions, launch, analyze results)
— Work closely with users to deeply understand, document, analyze, and synthesize user needs into product priorities, roadmap plans, and detailed specifications
— Collaborate with our cross-functional teams to ship new, impactful features or new products to the market
— Define KPI’s for projects and measure success and change over time
● What we are doing and why? What is the idea behind our product?
Buying a home in the USA is scary and it’s the biggest purchase most people ever make. Matic helps new homebuyers protect their biggest asset by offering homeowners insurance, as simple as clicking a button (usually it takes up to 2 days!)
Our Vision: Matic insurance policy on every home loan
Why: Add value to millions of people
● Who we are?
We are a team of 4 people in Los Angeles, 5 in Columbus and 18 people in Lviv
● Who works in our team?
you can find our team members here: bit.ly/2sDeIR7
● What I’m going to do when I join Matic?
We are developing several endpoints for customers to get insurance, integration with our partners and a backportal for our insurance agency.
We have core products in one monolith application. We are moving towards several smaller services that solve single business goal.You will collaborate with our cross-functional teams to ship new, impactful features or new products to the market
● How do we work as a team?
We are glad to share knowledge and help others to grow, so: pair programming, code reviews, team presentations/workshops, discussion about best architecture approaches, and other items is our “daily routine”
Our engineering team goal is a perfection of Continuous Delivery concepts. We try to deliver fast and work in short iterations with automated staging deployments several times a day and production deployments once a week.
● Why are we different?
Working in small teams with a lot of influence and, therefore responsibility, we are changing the insurance market in the USA.
So we prefer to work with generalists that could deliver high-quality work and be flexible.
We are small and fast, so no bureaucracy and hierarchy on your way.
We are giving a great opportunity to work in a product company specialized in a huge market with the opportunity to touch millions of people.
p.s. Please, don’t forget to attach cover letter 😉