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Associate Product Manager


At numo, we ideate, validate, and spin-up new financial technology products. Our flagship product, indi, is a digital banking app built specifically for self-employed workers. Being self-employed comes with a lot of freedom and flexibility, but it lacks many benefits of traditional salaried work. We want to close some of those gaps and empower our users to thrive in the work they do, without all the challenges that come with it. indi is growing. We are looking to add an Associate Product Manager to our product team to grow with us.


  • Contribute to indi's shared vision and product strategy, helping to evolve and refine our roadmap
  • Stay apprised of the market and competitive landscape to inform product decisions
  • Participate in user research activities to ensure a deep understanding of customer needs
  • Regularly perform analysis on product usage to understand the impact of product launches and identify areas for product improvement
  • Manage a portion of the indi backlog, making data-based decisions on prioritization, with the goal of improving our core product metrics
  • Lead the product development lifecycle for given features, including writing user stories, working with team members through development, and analyzing features post-release
  • Ensure adequate representation of all your stakeholders in product decisions
  • Work cross-functionally with all teams at indi, including engineering, QA, design, marketing, sales, operations, and compliance

Success looks like...

  • Within your first month, having a strong grasp of the current product, the team, and our processes
  • Within your first 3 months, actively leading the prioritization, development, and releasing of high value features
  • Within your first 6 months, having made a meaningful impact on the success of the product by delivering valuable customer features and improving core metrics
  • Within your first 1-2 years, gaining true competency in the product management role


  • Formal education or training in a relevant field (e.g. computer science, design, etc.)
  • 2-5 years relevant experience, working at a technology company in a PM role, or a role that collaborates with product managers (e.g. engineer, product designer, customer support, analyst, etc.)
  • Working knowledge of product lifecycle management and analytics
  • Strong product judgment, vision, and focus
  • Natural inclination toward customer advocacy
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively as needed
  • Ability to flex into various responsibilities and disciplines
  • Excellent communication and leadership abilities
  • Prior experience working in a regulated field (e.g. banking, healthcare, etc.) is a plus
  • Prior experience working on a B2B product (e.g. in sales, support, marketing, product, etc.)
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