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Product Manager University Grad (2018)
San Francisco, CA
Dropbox supports hundreds of millions of creators and innovators around the world. Our mission is to simplify the way people work together. Dropbox Business is trusted by over 200,000 companies to safeguard their most important information. As we continue to build the best place to create, share, and work with others, there’s a perfect spot for you to grow with us.
New graduates at Dropbox work alongside industry leaders, architecting the growing family of products that handle over a billion files a day for people and businesses around the world. From day one, you’ll have the responsibility and the support you need to make a difference on a massive scale.
At Dropbox, we are dedicated to selecting and growing university graduates into elite product managers.
As a product manager, you’ll have an impact on a variety of products crucial to Dropbox’s strategy by both setting vision for your team, and getting hands on with execution. In doing so, you’ll collaborate with other extraordinary product managers, engineers, designers, and diverse business functions like sales and marketing.
Ultimately, to achieve growth and scale for Dropbox, you’ll develop new product initiatives, drive their implementation, and own their outcomes.
Drive vision, roadmap, and goals for the product
Process, review, and interpret multifaceted qualitative and quantitative data to uncover new product insights
Write specs, wireframe, manage project execution, A/B test, and define product go-to-market strategy
Work with teams such as engineering, design, sales, and marketing to launch high-quality product experiences that simplify the way people work together
New Bachelor’s or Master’s graduate Fall 2017 or Spring 2018
Strong interest in technology, demonstrated through related coursework (e.g. computer science, electrical engineering), internships, or extracurricular activities, etc
Motivation and ability to lead cross-functional teams in a highly collaborative environment
Strong leadership skills, excellent written and oral communication skills
Sharp analytical and critical thinking skills, and can use data to drive strategic decisions
Empathy for users and intuition for developing technology products that solve user needs