A Product Manager at Zivver does whatever it takes to solve complex user challenges with simple solutions. Working alongside senior stakeholders, you focus on identifying product improvements and maximizing its value.You’re responsible for establishing best practices around product process, product culture, and driving cross-functional team collaboration. Sounds good? It is. Let’s dig in.
Zivver empowers thousands of organizations to work securely. And as we’re rapidly growing - yep, security is a hot topic - we’re looking for a Senior Product Manager with experience working on SaaS products in a B2B setting, to expand upon what we offer to our clients. According to Aman, Head of Product, this is a great job opportunity for those who are up for the challenge of taking the product from growth to scale-up phase and beyond. “If you want to work with a market leader and the latest technology, then this is the place for you."
- You know what JTBD stands for
- User interviews and looking at data starts all your user stories
- Working with the product designer gets your prototypes ready for testing
- You know what the view looks like above the trees.
A day at Zivver
You start the day with a morning stand up with your colleagues Matt and Jana. Today, you discuss how to improve the user onboarding and performance of security scanning for attachments. Last week, you attended a UX/Product meetup and learned more about how to facilitate new Customer Discovery techniques to help the team. After an online meeting with your peers, you set up a quick story mapping session to help unblock the team on a new feature you’ve been working on.
Around 11:30 AM it’s time to gather the input you need from leadership, the customer success team and our end users to push several new initiatives through the product process. Making sure to say ‘no’ (or ‘not yet’) to more than half of them. You do this by prioritizing it based on the value it will bring and effort it will take. After a well deserved lunch break you dig into a perplexing feature which can now be released with a new version of the Microsoft API. You prepare the necessary user stories so that the development team can plan them in by Friday, making sure Zivver maintains its speed and flexibility.
The day is drawing to an end. You are in the middle of your scrum process with the team and have a handover meeting to discuss an estimation and once again walk through all details to see if the story is complete on data, UX, UI, copy, possible technical risks and a main for Zivver: the security aspect. The last video call of the day is one with the other product leads to discuss a big new project that spans multiple teams and how to align.
Define the product strategy and roadmap for your portfolio at Zivver
Analyze complex business cases to determine product feasibility, prioritization and ROI
Develop product market positioning with business team, forecasts, and competitive positioning with commercial
Support data-driven analysis and decision processes to drive prioritization, assess feature effectiveness, and troubleshoot issues
Define strategic direction and KPIs, make recommendations to leadership and execute on approved directions
Coach junior/medior product managers and help them with feature prioritization
Working in an exciting, fast-growing, energetic environment
International diverse team with over 27 nationalities (and yes! we offer awesome Dutch classes too)
HQ in Amsterdam where you’re able to work a few days a week & full home office support to make sure you’re all set
Working from Bali, the US or Spain? Any place, anywhere: we fully support temporary working from X
At least €1.000,- per year on personal development budget
All the relocation benefits you need for a fresh start
Don’t worry about tomorrow: we’ve got you covered with a pension plan
Part of the pie: we’ve got a stock option plan
You have experience working for a B2B SaaS company and have successfully launched one or more product(s)
You are able to work with multiple development teams at the same time to drive multiple product lines
Affinity for learning about new domains and the technology that drives them is essential
Experience working closely with executive/senior stakeholders and can act as their sparring partner and take strategic direction and inputs
You own your roadmap, from inception to beyond release
Willing to build, measure and learn
Proud of successes, curious by mistakes and failures, resilient to recover and learn
Straight forward, direct, but respectful with a big smile