Lead Product Manager - RiskSan Jose, California Requisition Number R0028976 Subsidiary eBay
At eBay, we believe in being part of a purpose driven community dedicated to creating a bold and versatile work environment. As an integral member of the growing eBay Payments organization that inspires passion, courage and inventiveness - you will make a significant and positive contribution that will impact millions of eBay sellers and shoppers around the world. If you are looking to take your career to the next level, this is the place for you!
Risk Management is at the core of Payments done well – and we are hiring curious, driven, and courageous experts to transform our business unit to enable eBay's next generation Payments strategy. Our focus is to ensure the integrity of our marketplace for buyers and sellers who transact with us every single day. The scope of our charter includes Risk Management Strategy, Product, Policy, Decision Sciences, and Policy Operations.
We are looking for a highly talented and self-motivated product manager to join our Risk product team to help build the next generation Risk platform. Reporting to the Group Product Manager, you will be part of the Data and Fraud prevention track and will be instrumental in driving platform capabilities and data needs to address ever-changing Risk trends.
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Lead Product Manager - Risk
Location: San Jose
What we're looking for:
- Synthesize product ideas from cross-functional teams and other Risk counterparts like Policy, Policy Operations, Rule writers and Decision Sciences
- Define detailed product requirements, working closely with Engineering and QE to drive sprint planning, story prioritization, product backlog grooming and roadmap creation
- Partner closely with Product Analytics team to collect data insights to measure improvements made to your product
- Evangelize the Risk platform and its capabilities to internal partners
- Work with engineering in assessing and choosing third-party technology solutions to meet business case and time-to-market requirements
- Monitor industry trends in emerging fraud trends in conjunction with cross-functional partners to identify new product opportunities
- Ability to lead multiple complex projects across cross-functional, distributed teams and multiple client groups
Role Requirements - The Basics:
- Minimum of 10+ years of Product Management experience with expertise in Risk, Payments or e-Commerce
- Bachelor’s degree, MS/MBA preferred
- Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a dynamic environment using a data-driven and analytical approach.
- Experience with product development lifecycle, process flows and working in an agile environment
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Ability to articulate and present everything from early concepts to full product launch plans to your team, as well as to external and executive audiences
- Standout colleague with empathy for our customers (both internal and external) and desire to understand their needs, wants and concerns
- Self-starter with the ability to execute with minimal mentorship; think strategically and execute tactically
Successful Product Managers at eBay:
- You are obsessed with improving the customer’s experience on the eBay platform
- You are Passionate and Self-motivated
- You are not afraid to get hands on and do whatever is necessary to ensure successful outcome
- You are results -oriented - you can articulate the desired outcome and work collaboratively to create a path to achieve it
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