Create, maintain, and communicate feature roadmaps for POI features in line with the overall product strategy.
Work closely with internal and external stakeholders to define and achieve relevant product outcomes that enable successful applications downstream.
Actively align product roadmap with other Mapsdomains and teams across the organization.
Understand the market, customers, competition, and technology and provide our engineers with a line of sight to customer value.
Be a part of a cross-functional team that is tackling customer problems and collaborating with other teams across TomTom to ensure a synchronized, reliable search experience using POIs
Strong communication skills that will ensure clear messaging to diverse internal teams
Eagerness to learn new things and continuously improve your skills
Open mind and readiness to discuss details of the material you or your team is building
Willingness to work in a dynamic and fast-changing environment
1-3 years of experience in Product Management, preferably in a technology company
Passion for understanding customer problems and driving product-ledsolutions
Data-driven with attention to detail
GIS experience and affinity for maps is preferred
Good knowledge of product discovery techniques and success measurements (e.g.OKRs)
Capability to support business unit sales and marketing to successfully understand and sell the product(s)
Adhering to or capable of developing the competencies outlined for the Product Manager I role in the Product Management Career Ladder in the skill areas of complexity/execution, communication, product vision/strategy and leadership/management
After you apply
1. First call: If your application matches the role, then it’s time to put a voice to the name! We’ll call you to set up an interview.
2. First interview: In this interview, we want to know more about you – what excites you about location technology and how can you help us solve global challenges.
3. Interview Panel: We’ll set you up to speak with multiple interviews to hear about different teams in TomTom and check on different aspects of Product Management.
4. The Final Decision! Cue the Fireworks