Technical Product Manager

Remote

The company you’ll join

Evercast is the first real-time collaboration platform built for creatives by creatives. It combines video conferencing, HD live-streaming, and full-spectrum audio in a single web-based platform. No matter where in the world they're located, users can securely stream any creative workflow with ultra low latency and uncompromising quality. With features made specifically to facilitate creative collaboration, Evercast offers a digital experience that mirrors the ease and productivity of a team sitting shoulder-to-shoulder.

A recipient of the 2020 Engineering Emmy award, Evercast is trusted by major Hollywood studios, including Netflix, Warner Bros, HBO, and Sony Pictures -- as well as industry-leading creative agencies such as BBDO and Hogarth International. Each and every day, thousands of creative professionals use Evercast to collaborate remotely with their teams.

About the role

As a Product Manager you will be driving the day-to-day activities for all products. At Evercast we empower Product Managers to drive as needed the appropriate items with the product lifecycle from ideation to development planning. You will work closely with your internal customers; marketing, dev leads and technical project managers to ensure projects and tasks are maintained fidelity to the Product Requirement Documents.

The work you’ll do

  • Aligning product delivery expectations with key stakeholders within the organization
  • Translate stakeholder product requirements into a format development can understand
  • Work with Architecture to translate business-to-technical requirements, and vice versa
  • Partner with Project Management Office to populate and track all major work
  • Maintain ongoing backlog of upcoming work 
  • Drive the pillars; reduce churn, reduce cost, increase market, drive innovation
  • Training the sales and support team on new products
  • Performing market assessments and surveys
  • Participate in the product strategy and planning with Team, including feature prioritization and road-map planning
  • Know and understand company business plans, market strategies, and deliver the vision

What we’re looking for

  • 5+ years of Product Management experience
  • 3+ years of experience working in SDLC methodologies such as agile, scrum and test-driven development
  • Ability to analyze problems and quickly respond
  • Flexibility and a high capacity to deal with ambiguity are very desirable

We take care of our team

We strive to have parity of benefits across regions, and while regulations differ from place to place, we believe taking care of our people is the right thing to do.

  • Mission driven: We are not just another startup — we’re a group of passionate individuals who truly care about creatives. We believe that creativity brings people together from around the world, and our software exists to facilitate creatives working together, no matter where they are.
  • Impact: We are making a huge impact in the lives of creatives. We encourage every employee to push the envelope. Our best ideas come from out-of-the-box-thinking and innovation.
  • Compensation: Competitive pay based on the work you do, not your previous salary.
  • Benefits + Perks: 100% remote, top-tier health insurance, unlimited paid time off, generous procurement program, and more.

We value diversity

Evercast is committed to creating and nurturing an environment where anyone can be their authentic self. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, health status, marital and family status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

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