The Director of Product Management will be responsible for leading the product management team and driving the product strategy and roadmap. This role will be responsible for developing and executing product plans that align with the company’s overall strategy and objectives. The Director of Product Management will also be responsible for managing the product life cycle, from concept to launch.
At Phenom, we love solving our customers’ challenging problems in talent management. We are one team together, dream big and deliver superior customer experience through AI-powered innovative products. You will be a part of an inspiring product team that drives create innovative products to deliver superior experiences and values to our customers.
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Phenom is a global HR technology company with a purpose to help a billion people find the right job. Our SaaS platform Talent Experience Management (TXM) is redefining talent acquisition and talent management by helping candidates and employees find the right job faster, recruiters identify and engage the right talent, and management optimize strategy.
Phenom is not your average workplace — we take pride in building a culture that is #NotNormal and celebrates all of the ways our company and employees are unique. By cultivating a culture that’s as robust as our purpose, our staff comes to life with all the best qualities, radiating energy and positivity that extends out to their teammates, customers, and families. We believe living and working with a purpose brings amazing benefits, inspiring happiness, and motivation — and we serve our employees by creating memorable moments each day.
Diversity is essential to building phenomenal teams — and Phenom is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and affirmative action employer. Phenom is committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, or veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements.
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