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Associate Product Manager, Accessibility

  • Job
    Full-time
    Mid Level
  • Product
  • Culver City

AI generated summary

  • You need 3+ years of Accessibility experience, strong communication skills, data-driven mindset, fluency in American Sign Language a plus, and a collaborative work style to excel in this Associate Product Manager role at Warner Bros. Discovery.
  • You will strategize, document requirements, collaborate with design teams, manage stakeholders, prioritize features, analyze metrics, iterate on features, and build relationships with cross-functional partners.

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
  • 3+ years of Accessibility experience
  • Fluency in American Sign Language is a plus
  • Customer Obsessed and a Human-Centric Thinker
  • Strong written skills with a focus on drafting simple documentation which communicates complex subject matter.
  • Experience developing data driven roadmaps including the use of multi-variant testing to inform decision-making.
  • Prior experience working within portfolio management systems (ex: JIRA, Confluence, Asana) preferred
  • Must possess excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Thrives in a team that believes in working fast, being accountable, and learning from mistakes
  • Demonstrated interpersonal and strong communication skills
  • Formal and informal presentation skills in small and large group settings
  • detail-oriented; self-starter, accountable, and empowered
  • Collaborative work style

Responsibilities

  • Collaborate on the strategic approach for the accessibility of a discrete set of Growth Features, beginning from the root problem and designing appropriate solution with Legal, research, and other cross functional partners. Growth Features include but are not limited to: registration, purchase flow, authentication, profiles, and settings
  • As the strategy unfolds, a successful Associate Product Manager will gather, define, and clearly document requirements. We expect a high level of skill in written communication.
  • Partner with Design/UX team to ensure design thinking is incorporated in every phase of the process. As a team, they will ensure that customer usability is always at the forefront. A successful Associate Product Manager has a working knowledge of design and usability best practices and is highly collaborative with design partners.
  • Once the strategy and documentation are mature enough, a successful Associate Product Manager will be adept at stakeholder management. Sharing requirements across multiple stakeholder groups and refining with every round of feedback. A high level of communication and collaborative ability is expected.
  • Once the strategy, documentation and refinement are mature, an Associate Product Manager will be able to leverage research and competitive analysis to recommend a priority for the feature. They will anchor all decisions in the broader company and product strategy, ensuring alignment across a diverse set of high priority initiatives. A successful Associate Product Manager will grow a systematic, measurable approach to prioritization in their first year.
  • Identify metrics and objectives that clearly identify when a feature is working, discoverable and successful. Conversely, metrics should also be designed to help identify gaps and opportunities. A successful Associate Product Manager can consume data and provide business insights because their metrics have been well-designed.
  • Once a feature is in market, an Associate Product Manager will conduct regular service reviews and analysis of product health with their teammates in order to recommend the most effective iteration on existing features and capabilities.
  • Build healthy, trusting relationships and contribute to a culture of respect. A successful Associate Product Manager is able to give feedback respectfully, exchange ideas respectfully and receive feedback humbly.

FAQs

What are the key responsibilities of an Associate Product Manager, Accessibility?

An Associate Product Manager, Accessibility is responsible for collaborating on the strategic approach for the accessibility of growth features, gathering and documenting requirements, partnering with the Design/UX team, managing stakeholders, prioritizing features, identifying metrics, conducting product health analysis, and building relationships within the team.

What qualifications and experience are required for the role of Associate Product Manager, Accessibility?

Qualifications include a Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience, 3+ years of Accessibility experience, fluency in American Sign Language is a plus, customer-centric mindset, strong written skills, experience in developing data-driven roadmaps, familiarity with portfolio management systems (JIRA, Confluence, Asana), analytical and problem-solving skills, ability to work in a fast-paced environment, strong interpersonal and communication skills, detail-oriented, collaborative work style.

What are some of the perks of working as an Associate Product Manager, Accessibility?

Some perks include exclusive Warner Bros Discovery events and advance screenings, paid time off for volunteering, access to well-being tools and resources, in-house learning and development resources, and being part of the Warner Bros Discovery family of brands.

Entertainment & Media
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Mission & Purpose

Warner Bros. Discovery is a global media and entertainment company, known for producing and distributing a wide range of content, including films, television shows, and digital content. Their ultimate mission is to captivate audiences worldwide by creating compelling and innovative stories that entertain, inform, and inspire. With a strong focus on storytelling and creativity, Warner Bros. Discovery aims to enrich people's lives through entertainment and provide a diverse array of content across various platforms. Their purpose is to connect people through shared experiences and to continue being a leading force in the entertainment industry, shaping the future of entertainment in the UK and beyond.

Culture & Values

  • Act as one team

    Trust each other, succeed together, and grow together. Collaborate across teams and make decisions that are best for WBD overall. Prioritize growth, development, and well-being for our teams. Respect and support each other, and celebrate wins.

  • Create what's next

    Be curious, innovate, and focus on the future. Drive change, embrace disruption, and never stop learning. Use data and technology to transform what we create and how we tell stories and deliver. Experiment, fail fast, acknowledge mistakes and learn from them.

  • Empower Storytelling

    Put creators, consumers and partners at the center, and share extraordinary stories. Tell stories that entertain and inspire our viewers, communities, and each other. Foster creativity by giving the freedom to try new things and produce our best work. Deliver the best experience; anticipate what consumers want and be fan obsessed.

  • Champion Inclusion

    Empower others, have courage, and pursue equity. Amplify the voices of global storytellers to reflect audiences around the world. Intentionally seek out diversity, remove barriers, and create space for all to share ideas and be heard. Actively listen and lead with empathy, integrity, and transparency.

  • Dream it & own it

    Advocate the mission, move with speed, and drive results. Have an owner's mindset; bring a perspective, take decisive rapid action, and manage spend responsibly. Make clear choices, set ambitious goals, and be accountable for results. Speak up and fearlessly challenge the norm.