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This Product Manager role sits within our Global Online Experience product organization, where we focus on delivering ecommerce shopping capabilities for Volvo globally. This team has built the core ecommerce capabilities such as our order management platform, credit and insurance flows, and payment services to support our innovative Care by Volvo car subscription program.
We’re looking for a product manager to help us build out the next generation of ecommerce platform capabilities and direct-to-consumer checkout experiences for Volvo, both on the web, mobile and in the car.
This role will be based out of our R&D Tech Center in Sunnyvale, California with the flexibility of a hybrid model.
What You Can Bring
Lead a cross-functional product team to define the product vision, strategy, and roadmap across key aspects of our global ecommerce platform
Collaborate and align with other product managers, scrum masters, engineers, designers, and local markets on global strategic initiatives to ensure one cohesive consumer experience globally and a flawless roadmap execution
Establish and monitor key product success metrics and analytics for your area
Communicate your teams’ vision and roadmap cross-functionally and be the spokesperson for your team
Drive the successful delivery of projects for your team, balancing priorities, and resources in collaboration with the scrum master and program manager
Internal and external stakeholder and partner communication
Build a trusting, safe environment where team members feel empowered
Coach the team to improve collaboration and self-organization
Who You Are
3+ years of experience as a product manager in the ecommerce space
Proven track record of managing aspects of a successful global consumer-facing product throughout its lifecycle, including experience managing both front end UX and backend services and partner integrations
Experience driving ecommerce conversion funnel metrics
Adept at ruthless prioritization in the face of competing priorities
Ability to take big ideas and turn them into a roadmap of features and research with minimal guidance
Strong leadership experience in aligning product strategy and execution efforts across large cross-functional groups, multiple locations, and time zones
Ability to travel internationally – 10-15% of the time
Experience in Navigating and exerting influence in a non-hierarchical organization
Excellent communication, mentoring and servant leadership skills
Experience working in matrix environments and fast growth organizations
Candidates should be flexible / willing to work across this delivery landscape which includes and not limited to Agile Applications Development, Support and Deployment.
Applicants for employment in the US must have valid work authorization that does not now and/or will not in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the US by Capgemini.