As a Product Manager you will work closely with the technology, operations, data science/analytics, marketing, and finance teams to scope, spec, build, and test products that gain broad consumer adoption. At the core of this role is delivering a world class subscription experience to Inspire’s members. The role requires you to be a leader in the product organization, including owning a roadmap and achieving aggressive product development and growth goals, both for products already live and for products you will build from scratch.
This position can be located in our Santa Monica, CA or our Philadelphia, PA office. You will be working very closely with our bi-coastal team of Avengers.
BACKGROUND / QUALIFICATIONS
When people join Inspire, they’re not just another employee; they’re an Avenger. It has a lot more to do with protecting our planet than it does with a love for high-budget blockbusters. Inspire aims to be more than just a company — Avengers are committed to creating a brighter energy future. The company believes consumer technology products are the vehicles best-equipped to get us there.
Inspire’s platform is designed to make energy personal. Beyond providing 100 percent clean energy, Inspire also gives members data-driven home improvement and smart tech recommendations. By leveraging data and investing in its analytics platform, Inspire offers members improved transparency and control over how they consume energy. Many local Avengers also become members, and every Inspire technologist tests new products before they’re released.
The company is in rapid growth mode, with approximately half of the team in its Center City, Philadelphia office and the other half in Santa Monica, California. Despite the distance, silos don’t exist at Inspire. Bi-coastal team members collaborate closely with company-wide Slack channels and both offices have live video streams to encourage interactions throughout the day. When the member support team (known internally as “member support Avengers”) said their CRM software was lackluster, the product and development teams fixed it by building an entirely new platform customized to their needs.
Team members in Philadelphia have the opportunity to spend time working in Santa Monica, and vice versa. Santa Monica employees might have the luxury of working in beautiful Southern California, but Philadelphia-based staff are afforded an incredible view of City Hall from Inspire’s lofty perch across the street. All Inspire employees, however, share a passion for the environment and a perpetual thirst for learning — especially on the job. Just ask Inspire’s developers, who learned Angular 2 to build the company’s consumer technology platform.
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