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What does a Product Manager do?

Product Manager is responsible for introducing new products to the market and creating a marketing strategy for them aimed at increasing sales.


Role in the organization:

Product Manager is responsible for introducing new products to the market and creating a marketing strategy for them aimed at increasing sales. If you are experienced in running product campaigns and feel it’s time to change your professional life, contact us! We are looking for a Product Manager who will take care of introducing our new products to the market from the marketing side. We offer a rich package of benefits and work on interesting projects.

Our requirements:

  • at least two years of experience in a similar position
  • experience in running product campaigns
  • unlimited creativity
  • analytical thinking skills as well as the ability to collect and process data
  • knowledge of current marketing trends
  • ability to manage the product life cycle
  • very good communication skills and the ability to maintain relationships
  • focus on innovation and implementation of new solutions
  • goal-oriented and positive attitude
  • very good knowledge of MS Office
  • higher education in the field of the subject
  • knowledge of the English language

Your responsibilities:

  • creating and coordinating product campaigns for specific products
  • introducing new products to the market
  • market analysis and campaign monitoring
  • acting on the increase of sales
  • cooperation with clients and other departments
  • taking part in creating pricing policy
  • following the latest trends in product marketing
  • reporting your work
  • taking care of the quality of the tasks performed

Benefits:

  • the opportunity to develop and improve your competences within interesting projects
  • work in a well-coordinated team of specialists in their field
  • great freedom in making decisions
  • working with the most modern toolset
  • team integration events and endless coffee and tea

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