We make software that anyone can mold and shape to take on every challenge — from taking personal notes to running large companies. We've been building together since 2016 and are trusted by customers including Nike, Airbnb, Slack, Samsung, and more. We're excited to be growing a team as diverse and creative as the millions of people we reach worldwide, and a company where everyone can thrive.
About The Role:
Notion was built by a small team but has a huge surface area, in a number of senses: it can be used for docs, as a wiki, for project management, and more; it's used by individual consumers, small teams, and large enterprises; and our users find can find Notion on their own ("self-serve") or via our sales process. While we have a vision for how the product should evolve over the long-term, we want to be rigorous in how we translate that vision into concrete plans over the short- and medium-term. As the Product Manager for our Growth team, you'll collaborate closely with various teams at Notion to:
What You'll Do:
- Enable seamless onboarding to make Notion click for our first-time users
- Help users discover value in Notion and convert to our paid products
- Expand Notion's use within organizations and across new geographies
What We're Looking For:
- You'll help formulate Notion's long-term product vision, goals, metrics and strategy.
- You'll translate that strategy into concrete plans and objectives over the short- and medium-term.
- You'll guide the prioritization of work and help make resourcing and prioritization tradeoffs more generally.
- You'll build a compelling product roadmap based on customer needs, resources, and strategic opportunities.
- You'll work closely with our Data Science and Finance teams to ensure we're using the right metrics to inform our product roadmap and to measure success.
- You'll help design the product function at Notion—what it's responsible for, how it interfaces with other teams, and how it'll grow and develop over time.
- You have a strong track record of shipping products users love.
- You have experience using both quantitative data (e.g., metrics, analytics) and qualitative data (e.g., user feedback) to inform product prioritization. You can analyze data yourself by writing SQL queries and using data analysis tools.
- You have experience with product marketing, packaging, and pricing, ideally for software-as-a-service (SaaS) products.
- You collaborate well cross-functionally—especially with engineering, marketing, sales, and support—to get an organization working together towards strategic objectives.
- You have built, or are committed to building, diverse and inclusive product teams.
- You have experience hiring and managing product managers.
- You've heard of computing pioneers like Ada Lovelace, Douglas Engelbart, Alan Kay, and others—and understand why we're big fans of their work.
- You've helped design the product function at a startup and care a lot about shaping (and working in) a high-impact, collaborative organization.