Product Manager, Fitbit Devices
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- Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.
- 7 years of experience in product management, consulting, co-founder or product related technical role.
- Experience shipping consumer devices with a focus on hardware including on-device software or mobile applications as part of the end-to-end experience.
- Experience partnering with sales, go-to-market or marketing for products to consumers.
- Advanced degree in a technology or business related field.
- Experience shipping consumer wearables technology.
- Experience collaborating with Engineering and Design teams to drive product definition.
- Excellent presentation and written/verbal communication skills.
About the job
- Lead product and roadmap for one of Fitbit’s devices (e.g., trackers) health and fitness wearable.
- Drive hardware subsystems and software requirements needed for wearable.
- Drive key journeys and device experience requirements for innovation and realization of our company mission.
- Work with Hardware, Software, Firmware, Industrial Design, Operations, and Quality teams to define products and on-device experiences. Partner with Marketing, Sales, Go-To-Market teams to ensure business success.
- Provide insights into industry and technology trends. Utilize analysis, market research and users need to synthesize a product strategy and roadmap across multiple years.
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