Technical Product Manager

OnLogic

Location: South Burlington

Type: Full Time

Education: Batchelor's Degree

Experience: 3 - 5 Years

As a member of OnLogic’s Product Management team, you will be focused on product development and global product introduction. You are responsible for selecting and qualifying the products we carry in support of our computer product lines, including coordinating design, development, and testing. You will collaborate with Product Management, Engineering and our external partners.

This is how you approach your day. You:

Develop product strategy to identify and serve key industrial PC market segments

Team up with Product Management product line owners to develop and maintain the product roadmap

Collaborate with Engineering and Sales teams to collect market input and design our innovative future products

Build and nurture relationships with key suppliers and manufacturing partners around the globe

Support global product launches and product introduction for Logic Supply’s North American and European websites

Team up with Product Management, Marketing, Sales and other key teams to create and maintain product collateral and training materials

Develop and maintain a thorough, high level knowledge of the company’s core products and their applications

Requirements

We are looking for someone with an interest in developing product strategy as well as manage multiple time sensitive projects, from delivering product milestones on time and responding to inquiries from Sales and Marketing team members. The ideal candidate is able to adapt to rapidly changing and dynamic responsibilities. You have an interest in computer knowledge and problem solving.

This is you!

You have a Bachelor’s or equivalent experience in Computer Science, Product Management, Engineering or Business related fields.

You have a minimum of 2 years of relevant Project Management experience.

You have an interest in computer hardware and related market trends to keep yourself at the forefront of new technology.

You have a strong technical knowledge of computers, motherboards, processors, chips and other related components.

You have knowledge of current software applications and basic website management skills (HTML)

You have attention to detail and a focus on quality. Must be organized, with excellent analytical and problem solving skills.

You have the ability to manage time, shifting priorities and ability to effectively communicate project milestones or changes across cross functional, global teams

You have the desire to learn business processes, strategy and “big picture” thinking

 

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