Your phone comes alive with a notification from our user forum, hosted in a secret Facebook group. One of our customers just commented on your post teasing a new feature the team has been working on. It is definitely not what you were expecting, BUT, armed with this new insight it births an idea. You need to validate it first with some data though. Too bad the dev team is behind on the latest sprint; no time to interrupt, especially if this ends up being a fishing expedition.
It's been awhile since you wrote any SQL, but the muscle memory kicks in (along with some refreshers from Stack Overflow) and you fetch the app data you were looking for from BigQuery. You don’t go right to the source often, but damn, when you do, it’s a rush.
Your nagging question has been answered...sorta. Armed with this insight, you call up your Android dev and pitch her on the feature concept. But to move forward, you need some data we don’t currently collect. Your excitement is contagious, and the infection spreads. With a few keyboard strokes, she adds new instrumentation to the app and your dashboard comes alive, streaming new insights, previously hidden. With a little customer inspiration, and new data in hand, a new feature idea is born. You can’t wait to show-and-tell at the next all-hands meeting and share what you’ve uncovered, of course with some major kudos to your eng partner.
If you’ve gotten this far, you are nodding your head and also probably:
You inspire and challenge engineers, customer support, marketers, and whoever will listen!
Your job is part technologist, part therapist, part community manager, and part tinkerer (and 10 other things we didn’t list). You put the customer first and find creative ways to engage with them. You aren’t interested in maintaining things, but scaling and building. Seeing your team’s work being used by hundreds of thousands of people on a daily basis makes you tick. Your team pushes code and bam, people are instantly using it. Sometimes it sucks. Many times it’s awesome. All the time it’s motivating and thrilling.
We are Jiobit; a hardware-enabled software company that helps families of all shapes and sizes move forward with ease. We make a suite of award-winning location monitoring devices and apps.
You are a doer; a scrappy, crafty, trouble-shooter. You are a data-hungry, pattern-finding, action-taking learner. This is someone who thrives in a fast-paced environment, and who wants to both enable those around them to create successes and grow but is also excited to make an impact with their own hands.
We are looking for someone to join us as a Product Lead. They will own all Product Management responsibilities across our software experiences, spanning mobile and web. You will report to the Head of Growth, and work alongside your eng and UI/UX team members. At the end of the day, this person will play a key role in helping scale Jiobit’s business through product led growth - helping to build customer-loving products. This role will ultimately be responsible for product delivery and the roadmap.
In particular, the ideal candidate will be:
Jiobit is the first of its kind patented location sharing platform, enabling the longest lasting and smallest real-time location products (indoor or out) with best-in-class security.
Featuring a host of encryption and security technologies, Jiobit is trusted by thousands of pet owners and families, as well as enterprise customers, with usage in every populated continent in the world.
Our mission is to provide the right information at the right time to the right people.
We believe that caregivers should have a single source of helpful information to guide growth and reduce stress. We envision a world where families move forward with ease using a single source of helpful information. Everything we do and everyone who works here is centered around this mission.
Basically, this is the moment you opt-out if you’re not into it.
We provide competitive compensation, generous stock options, ample benefits, and clear and concise pathways to personal and professional growth within the organization
Jiobit has won an Editor's Choice Award with PCMag and has been featured on CNBC, Buzzfeed, Techcrunch, and USA Today to name a few. Jiobit has offices in Chicago and Silicon Valley. With a strategic investment from Netgear, Inc., along with Chicago-based Venture Capital firm, MATH Venture Partners, we are positioning the business for rapid growth.