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Sr. Product Manager, HIG



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  • Job
    Senior Level
  • Product
  • $124.5K - $206K
  • Seattle


  • 5+ years of product or program management, product marketing, business development or technology experience
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent
  • Experience owning/driving roadmap strategy and definition
  • Experience with end to end product delivery
  • Experience with feature delivery and tradeoffs of a product
  • Experience as a product manager or owner
  • Experience owning technology products
  • Experience in influencing senior leadership through data driven insights
  • Experience working across functional teams and senior stakeholders


  • This role requires proven skills of cross-organizational advocacy and engagement, as this individual will work closely with partner teams such as SCOT-Selection Economics, Automated Profitability Management (APM), Finance and RO&I, among others. The Principal PM sets strategy and policy for selection de-assortment/re-assortment through automated mechanisms as well as judicious manual intervention, and they are expected to raise the bar on early intervention on profitability defects such that a maximal amount of profitable selection can be retained for customers. The ideal candidate is adept at communicating and navigating high-visibility engagements with senior leaders, and acts as a vocal champion for internal-Retail and end customers alike. This role is also responsible for leading, informing, and training the Retail CRaP SME community to ensure a high knowledge-sharing bar with respect to some of US Retail’s most complex and impactful systems. Finally, the position functions as a subject matter expertise on Customer Instock Value (CIV) which is critically relevant to assortment strategy more broadly.
  • Although this role is domiciled within the Home Improvement Group (HIG), this position operates on behalf of broader US Retail, with an extremely broad set of stakeholder.


What is the main focus of the Sr. Product Manager role within the HIG team?

The main focus of the Sr. Product Manager role within the HIG team is to own the Can’t Realize a Profit (CRaP) COI initiative for US Retail and to lead and collaborate on adjacent profitability work streams.

What kind of experience or skills are required for this Sr. Product Manager position?

The ideal candidate for this Sr. Product Manager position should have a strong customer focus, experience in product management, and a background in driving profitability initiatives in the retail industry.

What are the key responsibilities of the Sr. Product Manager within the HIG team?

The key responsibilities of the Sr. Product Manager within the HIG team include owning the CRaP COI initiative for US Retail, leading and collaborating on adjacent profitability work streams, and focusing on customer needs and profitability goals.

How does the Sr. Product Manager collaborate with other teams within the HIG organization?

The Sr. Product Manager collaborates with other teams within the HIG organization by leading and participating in cross-functional initiatives, aligning strategies with key stakeholders, and working towards achieving profitability goals for US Retail.

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