Job opening: multi-talent startup Product Manager in Tartu

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Weekdone is looking for a multitalent product manager in Tartu, Estonia.

Weekdone is one of the best known Estonian B2B technology startups. We’re changing how people set their goals and companies manage their teams and talent. Our weekly and quarterly goal-setting and planning tool is used by hundreds of companies on all continents, from Fortune 500 teams like Whole Foods down to SME’s and public sector.

Weekdone is the winner of Slush, Europe’s largest tech conference and Gold medal winner of Estonian Design Awards. We’re backed by top investors from Europe, like KIMA Ventures, Rubylight, and Ahti Heinla from ex Skype/Kazaa.

Product Manager is responsible for the roadmap planning and execution throughout the product lifecycle, including gathering and prioritizing product and customer requirements, defining the product strategy, working closely with devs, sales and marketing to make customers happy and company more revenue.

Your responsibilities will be to:

  1. understand customer needs and wants, research users and communicate with them
  2. know how our product fits into the sector and ranks against competition
  3. get customer feedback about the product, analyze, organize and prioritize it
  4. translate customer feedback into actionable to-do for development
    • written spec docs
    • if needed, support by wireframes and flowcharts (can be pen-and-paper or Axure, your choice)
  5. communicate new features to our customers
    • maintain a roadmap for internal and external use
  6. maintain support materials, landing pages and all written materials in sync with latest developments
  7. test the user experience of the product on real people
  8. continuously improve different parts of our product

You are probably a good match if you:

  • have worked on a software product as Product Owner, Product Designer, Product or Project Manager or founded a startup (doesn’t matter if it was a “learning experience”) or participated in a weekend hackathon (like Garage48)
  • have installed more than 100 apps on your phone or signed up to more than 50 online services — knowing the popular user flows and trends, notice cool things and just like to keep yourself up to date of what’s out there and possible
  • understand the difference between building features and solving problems
  • know tools, apps, methods and processes that make teams efficient (like Agile, Scrum, Google Sprint etc), and want to implement them
  • like responsibility, and can follow the lifecycle of functionality from a customer comment to a fully developed feature
  • are smart and extroverted
  • don’t use self-checkout at a supermarket because you like to communicate with people
  • know what we mean by segmented button group overflow action menu dropdown
  • can explain why the color green is better than red, and why stacked bar charts are good for comparing between each element in the categories, and comparing elements across categories
  • noticed our footer version number links to a roadmap that’s not maintained
  • die a little inside when you see bad design and user experience, and have 5 ways to improve anything

You will get from us:

  • Usual startup stuff:
    1. xBox with Mortal Kombat X in office, free drinks, snacks
    2. dedicated 10-person team, with regular team events
    3. good pay, equity, sports and recreation compensation
    4. chance to improve yourself and the world
  • You name it  — what would you be happy with?

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