This position will be open and accepting applications until 5 PM
EST on September 25, 2020.
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Ad Hoc is a digital services company that helps the federal
government better serve people through technology. Our team of
experts from across commercial industry and government brings the
modern skills necessary to help agencies transform public services
into digital services. Our work enables agencies to meet the needs
of their users while closing the gap between consumer expectations
As a Senior Product Manager, you will make a direct contribution
to our goal of enabling more agencies to deliver effective digital
services. You will have responsibility to work across the company
to discover and deliver capabilities that differentiate Ad Hoc,
enable our teams to deliver exceptional solutions, and empower
government to better serve people.
All work must be conducted within the U.S.
As a contractor to the federal government, all hires may be
required to complete additional background screenings at the time
of hire or any time thereafter as requested.
What You'll Do
Lead workshops and other activities aimed at defining the
problem to be solved, generating hypotheses, promoting ideation,
and managing tradeoffs.
Leverage qualitative and quantitative feedback to facilitate
decision-making and to inform the future of the products we build
with the government.
Coach, mentor, and provide feedback for Ad Hoc product
Help tell the story of our work in terms of “why, what, and how”
and advocate for more iterative and human-centered ways of working
What You'll Bring
4 or more years of leading a cross-functional team to deliver
digital products/services. Previous experience working with clients
to lead workshops, guide decision-making, and introduce new working
methods. Prior experience as a consultant and coaching mentoring
other PMs highly preferred.
Experience shipping consumer-facing features or products.
Skilled at breaking down problems, building consensus, and
setting direction in the face of uncertainty.
Proven ability translating qualitative and quantitative feedback
into product requirements and actionable insights.
Experienced at managing priorities and tradeoffs to deliver the
highest value solutions for clients and end users.
Superior product judgement - understands when to pivot and how
to experiment in order to reduce uncertainty and inform next
Strong written and verbal communicator; can build trust with
partners and influence decision-making towards the highest value
Company-subsidized Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
Use What You Need Vacation Policy
401K with employer match
Paid parental leave after one year of service
Continuing education/annual conference attendance stipend
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