Product Manager

Product   |   Seattle

About the role

As an E-commerce Product Manager you will be responsible for the product strategy of iStock.com and GettyImages.com. You will identify customer problems and will work closely with a team of designers, engineers, researchers, and business stakeholders to deliver new products, or enhance those already in market, to help our customers be successful.

About you

You are a natural leader who is business-savvy, customer-driven, and has experience in E-commerce. If you are not already an experienced Product Manager, you have a relevant background in Project Management, Development, or other related fields. You’re a great collaborator, able to work up, down, and across the organization, and you can motivate a team towards a common goal. You’re a data-driven individual, with a focus on execution and impact, and are able to bring projects from concept to completion.

Job Responsibilities

  • Develop an understanding of Getty Images; it’s customers, business, and platforms
  • Become the expert of the customer, competition, business data, and inner workings of your area of focus
  • Leverage your understanding of our customers and business to create a customer-driven roadmap for your remit
  • Turn plans into reality by working closely with Design, Engineering, Research and Business Stakeholders to iteratively deliver new products and feature enhancements
  • Leverage quantitative and qualitative insights from iterations and product and feature launches to inform the direction of your roadmap
  • Manage new products and feature enhancements from concept to launch, inclusive of go-to-market strategy

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • 3+ years relevant experience in Product Management, or equivalent experience in related roles
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • High level of maturity
  • Experience with global E-commerce platforms
  • Experience with Agile development
  • Natural leader and collaborator
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to balance long-term and short-term goals, customer and business needs

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