We expect leaders in product management at Canonical to be experts in the business of software – from ideation, to investment, promotion, advocacy, marketing and sales.
As the global platform company behind Ubuntu, with the mission to deliver all of open source wherever it is the critical ingredient, we offer a wide range of software opportunities. If you agree that open source is the future of most software, then you’ll enjoy being part of the team that aims to deliver it. If you have a strong business head and a passion for software, with interests anywhere from IoT and the edge to the heart of public cloud, we can likely find a very interesting product for you to drive.
We are hiring product management in the following areas:
Product managers at Canonical must have software engineering experience in order to work effectively with their product engineering counterparts. They should drive product choices and priorities in partnership with those engineers. They should also be forceful presenters, speakers and writers, capable of generating interest and excitement in their innovation and their products.
Product managers are particularly focused on the marketing and go-to-market strategy for their products. They need to be comfortable with a requirement of content strategy and execution – building a following, optimising for search traffic, driving the narrative and generating leads that turn into business for the company around their ideas and their products. We think of product managers as “startup founders”, which comes with the bottom line expectation that you know where you want to drive your product, how you’re going to beat the competition, and how to sell that story to the world. In return, you get the brand of Ubuntu and Canonical behind you, and access to the machinery that powers the most widely used open source platform on the planet.
What could you do with that? Let’s find out.
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