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Funding20M-50M USD
IndustryMobile, Biotech, Database
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Product Manager

at HealthTap in Palo Alto, CA   —   Jul 07, 2014   |  
As a part of the product team at HealthTap, you’ll be responsible for taking ideas and feedback from concept to market, and into the hands of millions of patients and doctors around the world. You’ll learn the ins and outs of the company, serving as a liaison across multiple teams. If you want to create tangible, life-saving features for patients everywhere, come join us!
Drive complex, multidisciplinary projects from concept to production
Foster communication and integration with engineering, marketing, and operations teams
Discover and implement innovative ways to improve product quality and team impetus
Help define the product strategy and roadmap for achieving the company’s vision
Explore and analyze potential partner relationships for the product
BA / BS or MA / MS required
Experience working on online / mobile consumer-facing products
Demonstrated ability to grasp customer needs and expectations, and to define products that effectively meet those needs
Knack for quantitative analysis, technical requirements, complex problem-solving, and delivering on initiatives from concept through completion
Degree in Computer Science or technical skills in JS, CSS, HTML5, MySQL and Ruby on Rails
Experience developing social products, technologies and platforms
Understanding of UIUX Design principles and competence with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
Experience creating wireframes and mockups using tools like Balsamiq or Adobe Fireworks
Experience with project management, Gantt charts, and issue tracking software like JIRA
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