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Product Manager
Job Details
What we offer
  • You will lead project teams and guide them through the product development process. You will be involved in the setup and execution of projects with clients. This will include the research phase, innovation phase as well as the prototyping phase.

  • You will work together with a mix of seasoned consultants, experienced entrepreneurs and startup employees.

  • You will support the team in pitching projects to clients.

  • You will further develop the viable methodology.

  • Enjoy working in a centrally located office in the beautiful city of Vienna, chocolate cookies included.

  • We offer a competitive salary starting at monthly 2.500 EUR (gross) depending on your qualifications.

Your Ambitions
  • You like to build loveable, feasible and exciting products.

  • You want to see users use your products and improve their lives by doing so.

  • You are an expert on new technologies and know how to package them into a Minimum Viable Product.

Your Background & Skills
  • Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or Product Management and Design

  • 1-3 years professional experience as a product manager or in a comparable role

  • Proven track record of developing new products and or services

  • Practitioner of agile development approaches (Scrum, etc.)

  • Strong organization skills, attention to detail and proactive attitude

  • You are keeping up with what’s happening in the tech world

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

Bonus points, if...
  • You have experience in using new media technology and working with team collaboration and prototyping software.

  • You have participated in hackathons.

What we need
  • Please submit your CV and a short Cover Letter emphasising why you’d like to work for viable. You can include references, links to side projects and anything you deem important to your application.

One more thing
  • How would you describe a MVP (Minimum Viable Product) in your own words? What is your favorite resource when it comes to Product Management and MVPs?