Product Manager

Company Name:
Looking for a Senior Product Manager to oversee and manage the main web application product at a software company in Darien, CT area with strong customer service and communication skills. Will enhance existing products and help to develop new ideas, designing product specifications based on customer feedback and industry trends. Must possess business, technical and creative savvy, and have the drive to make our product attain its vision.
Launch new products and drive the ideation and evolution of existing products.
Engage customers to understand their needs and gather product requirements.
Establish shared product vision and manage product team to execute strategy.
Create product documentation, wireframes and presentations.
Own and deliver on product roadmap.
Utilize, refine and manage product lifecycle process.
Identify and execute on new opportunities and market trends.
Knowledgeable across product management, software development, user experience, marketing, sales
Tools: Project management tools, analytics, and HTML5/CSS3

Skills and knowledge:
Excellent communication/interpersonal skills
Excellent project management skills and experience using project management tools.
Knowledgeable across product management, software development, user experience, marketing, sales
Solid technical knowledge helpful (SQL, PHP, Object-oriented design, HTML5, CSS3, responsive design, LAMP environment)
Strong business skills (product strategy, resource management, budgeting)
Eye for design and aesthetics
Exhibit leadership, creativity, teamwork and strong attention to detail

Bachelor's/Master's Degree in a related business or technical field, or equivalent experience.
7 years of experience in product /project management in a technical environment.
Experience with SaaS software is strongly preferred.
Multi-industry and event industry experience is a plus.

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