Senior Product Manager, Messaging
Slack helps teams work together - big teams, small teams, teams the world over. In service of this, the Messaging team is responsible for essential communication in Slack. Our purpose is to provide a high-quality, considerate and reliable way for every customer to communicate with their team. A message written is a message received, and as part of that virtuous cycle, the Messaging team must offer an expressive and natural way for everyone to read and write in Slack. That’s where you come in.
Slack is seeking a product manager to lead key initiatives in Messaging as part of the Core Product Team. In this role, you’ll set product vision and oversee development for features that define how people compose and read messages in Slack. You’ll expand the capabilities of what a message is and how it’s displayed so people can express themselves fully and fluently in the many contexts of work. Fundamentally, you’ll strive to give people more control and flexibility around how they communicate in the workplace.
Slack is a friendly, diverse, and supportive culture — if this sounds like a good fit for you, come work with us! This position is based at our headquarters in San Francisco.
- You’ll own features and prototype plans end-to-end, including writing product specs, driving cross-functional execution, making thoughtful product decisions along the way, and sharing insights and results throughout the company.
- You’ll demonstrate product taste and craftsmanship and be a champion for the customer informed by research, sales and the customer experience team. You will be responsible for driving a crucial product initiative at Slack and should show the attention to detail this responsibility deserves.
- You’ll identify the highest impact work, prioritize that work, and deliver improvements in a reliable way. Along the way, you’ll partner with colleagues in product, engineering, design and customer support to create a healthy, high-achieving team.
- You’ll set a clear go-to-market strategy in partnership with product marketing.
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