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Measures for Justice Product Manager I/II in Rochester, New York

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Product Manager I/II

Role Overview

As a Product Manager I/II at Measures for Justice, you will be an integral player in the development and success of our product portfolio. Partnering closely with our Product & Design team, you will steward the full product lifecycle for your assigned product area(s), including discovery and development of new products. Your collaboration with cross-functional teams from various levels across the organization will ensure that we are delivering high-quality products to help communities reshape the criminal justice system.

Key Responsibilities Manage and prioritize product backlog by gathering user and technical requirements, and defining user stories Support VP of Product and Design throughout entire product lifecycle by documenting ideas, gathering and analyzing metrics, and validating courses of action Drive requirements gathering process, translating customer needs into detailed requirements for development by engineers Provide guidance to cross-functional teams by refining product backlogs, prioritizing work, and creating user stories Organize epics and stories, lead refinement processes, and facilitate sprint planning meetings Provide support to cross-functional teams by managing some Agile processes and rituals Delegate tasks, resolve conflicts, and escalate issues effectively to ensure timely project completion and maintain a collaborative team environment Assist in customer feedback collection efforts, monitor product performance, and propose process improvements Demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging by modeling inclusive behaviors and proactively managing bias

Your Experience Proven background as product analyst, product owner, and/or other related roles Demonstrated experience working through the full software development lifecycle (SDLC) in an Agile environment Proficient in gathering technical requirements and translating them into user stories Proven experience refining and prioritizing product backlogs Skilled in building coherent epics organized into user story themes Proven experience in process management, including organizing and facilitating Agile processes and rituals, sprint planning, and backlog refinement Strong communication, listening, and collaboration skills, enabling effective cross-functional teamwork and stakeholder management Highly skilled in prioritization and time management skills, with the ability to effectively multitask and solve problems

Bonus Points Bachelors degree in business, computer science, engineering, finance, marketing, or a related field Experience using SQL for gathering and analyzing database metrics If you do not have the skills/experience mentioned in the bonus points section, we still encourage you to apply!

Benefits Meaningful work that contributes to positive social change Collaborative and inclusive work environment fostering growth and work-life balance Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage Generous paid time off, including 20 days vacation, 10 sick days, 15 paid holidays (including the week between Christmas and New Years Day!), and 2 days of community service Eligibility for 5% annual bonus Reduced hours on summer Fridays Paid parental leave 401k matching up to 3% of annual salary Professional development opportunities via Bravely, Coursera, and more Flexible work arrangements, including remote and hybrid work, for eligible positions Full technology package including computer, monitors, bluetooth devices, and more

Hiring Process Recruiter Screen: 45 mins, discuss background and mission/culture alignment Hiring Manager Interview: 1 hour, dive deeper into background and qualifications Take-Home Assessment: 1-2 hours, demonstrate skills panel Interview: 1 hour, present response to assessment and dive deeper into background and qualifications