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Summer done and Kitchensurfing needs a New Product Manager New York

Summer is over and New York’s Kitchensurfing needs a New Product Manager

Ocean surfing is for amateurs, try being the Product Manager New York for Kitchensurfing.  Kitchensurfing is a global marketplace for people who love food. They are re-defining the dining experience by directly connecting chefs to diners, and in the process creating a more intimate and rewarding experience for everyone around the table.

Your job is to define the right product, deeply understand our customers and chefs, and then to work to combine what is possible with what is desirable; to create products that solve real problems. You’ll be managing project complexity and interdependencies in an organized and structured way. You are eager to be the glue between other teams, doing what it takes to make great products. Exceptional product sense and understanding of product ecosystems.
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So who is the ideal Kitchensurfing Product Manager?

You have a BA/BS or MS degree in Computer Science or related engineering experience and/or a BA/MA business degree and can communicate effectively with engineers about product details and technical options. Understand the target market, identify opportunities for new products, and address needs. Integrate usability studies, research, and market analysis into product requirements to enhance user satisfaction. Drive product development with a team of world-class engineers and designers: Roadmap planning, evaluating problems, and exploring potential solutions.

A detail person. Define and analyze metrics that ensure the success of products. Strong analytical skills, with a willingness to dig into data and the ability to navigate around a code base. Exceptional product sense and understanding of product ecosystems. Demonstrated leadership in significant product management roles at other consumer internet companies.

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Here’s what Kitchensurfing has to say about the service they offer:

At Kitchensurfing, we believe that a shared meal is humanizing in a way that little else can be, that people should take more time to enjoy food and enjoy it with others, and that the work you do should be intellectually rewarding, but also afford the opportunity to see real smiles on faces.

We’re changing the way people eat and we’re building the largest common table in the world—distributed and at web-scale. Come join us at our home table.

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