Senior Product Manager - New Initiatives (Seattle)

Duolingo Seattle , WA 98113

Posted 2 weeks ago

A navigator to propel a world-class team on a world-changing mission.

Duolingo is the most popular language learning application in the world, with over 300 million users. We are passionate about education, fact-based decision making, and elegant solutions to cross-functional problems; if that sounds like you, then come join us as we build the next-generation learning company!

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Drive strategy for a product

  • Drive product features through their entire creative cycle: ideation, specification, development, release, analysis, and iteration

  • Perform qualitative and quantitative research to discover feature ideas and validate them before development

  • Work closely with UI/UX designers to ensure an excellent user experience in our product

  • Work with engineers to help guide feature development

  • Perform quantitative analysis on features' performance and find opportunities for optimization

  • Be responsible for hitting the key performance indicators you are entrusted with

REQUIREMENTS

  • Experience generating outstanding results as a Product Manager, particularly within the kids products space

  • A desire to make the world a better place through technology and education

  • Ability to utilize user insights, data, and statistical analyses to inform decisions

  • An instinct for creating simple and intuitive user experiences

  • Proven ability to learn fast

  • Demonstrated ability to be resourceful and innovative

  • Experience leading projects and teams

  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Business, Design, Psychology, or related field

EXCEPTIONAL CANDIDATES WILL HAVE

  • Advanced degree in Business, Computer Science, Design, Psychology, or related field

  • Professional experience in areas highly related to our work as product managers at Duolingo, such as software engineering, design, data analysis, language learning, or brand management

  • Strong experience in developing products for kids

  • 2018: Inc. Best Places to Work
    2018: Entrepreneur Top Company Culture List
    2018, 2017, 2013: Fast Company The World's Most Innovative Companies

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