Talent Acquisition at Paytm
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Paytm - Product Manager (3-5 yrs)
Paytm - Product Manager
Job Summary :
Are you someone who loves to build products and also gets curious about technology stack being used?
- Have you worked in technical roles at some point in your career and enjoyed them (be it software developer, engineering manager or architect)? We are looking for Product Owners to enable delivery of high quality financial/payment products in a fast-paced, challenging, and creative environment.
- You will work with business heads and engineering partners to drive the strategy, roadmap, execution of a product area to build high quality products/systems.
- Working closely with business heads to understand product use cases, customer journeys, business applicability and impact of each use case.
- Ability to understand different technology platforms, their features and be able to work with solution architects/engineering heads and thus enable and guide the product team to write detailed product requirement documents, manage future roadmaps and deliverables
- Make sure that clear, simple and technically sound decisions are made.
- With your strong knowledge on different technology platforms in your vertical or in the company, we expect you to raise your hand when either any wrong design decision is being made or if similar function exists in other systems that could be reused.
- Ability to work with multiple stakeholders / peers in the senior management / cross-functional teams to influence them for quicker decisions, manage sudden technical roadblocks and be able to clear them.
- Lead product team processes (Agile/Scrum) and manage expectations and track roadmap regularly
- Be involved in what your team is building - Guide, mentor the team and participate when necessary in helping them run edge cases, test products proactively and its features to provide feedback early in the cycle, make sure entire journeys are covered, and that product reporting exists to track KPIs for the product and its success (data-driven product management).