TeePublic is looking for a skilled technical Product Manager (from a full stack engineering background) to join its rapidly growing team in NYC. This individual will be a highly motivated and organized self-starter with the ability to handle multiple priorities at once. They should be able to PM complex technical projects (ex. Site performance improvements, developing new frontend paradigms, working with neo4j, etc.) This individual will be the PM directly working with our Platform & Operations (P&O) team with a culture built on passion, hard-work, and fun.
In summary, we need a Product Manager for our P&O team who can craft product solutions to complex technical engineering problems, such as architectural refactors and site performance improvements. In addition to managing and scaling the application, the P&O team manages the production product (ex. integrating printers and building admin management tools for shipping, printing, etc.), customer service product (ex. Contact Us, admin manual order management, etc.), and necessary finance (ex. currencies) and sometimes legal work (GDPR compliance, DMCA management tools, etc.)
About the Job:
We empower our product teams to solve hard platform and operations problems in ways that help us scale our production, customer service, finance, and legal teams as well as scaling/maintaining the TeePublic application itself. You'll work under our Directors of Marketplace Product to keep the P&O team aligned with company goals and strategy.
You'll also help guide much of the technical work (ex. setting technical OKR, roadmapping, preparing technical projects with the team) which is why we need a PM with a strong background in engineering.
The product manager must collaborate closely with the Marketplace PM, stakeholders, UI/UX designer, and engineers to discover effective solutions, and then work together to deliver those solutions to market. Much of this will be technical performance or application scaling work.
TeePublic was founded in 2013 by the team behind Vimeo, College Humor and BustedTees, and within 5 years, generated $100m in revenue across millions of unique, user generated designs. In 2018 TeePublic was acquired by Redbubble, the market leader in online, independent art. The group combined is the largest e-commerce marketplace for independent art in the world. Within the past year TeePublic has added 20+ people to it's headcount which currently sits at 70+ employees with the majority based out of a Flatiron, NYC office. TeePublic has been profitable every year since it's founding and has continuously grown 40% YOY in revenue.