Manager, Product Business Operations
Resonate is disrupting the marketing and advertising landscape with cutting-edge technology that brings together real-time survey data and insights on over 230 million consumers and online behavioral data all in one platform. Resonate has pioneered a completely new way to identify, understand, and engage highly targeted audiences by uncovering 13,000 individual attributes that identify their underlying values, beliefs, and motivations. We get to the heart of ‘why' consumers do what they do and the products, companies and causes they support.
We have an excellent technology culture that focuses on results, values collaboration and loves solving hard problems. We are a team of voracious learners who believe that technology is a journey, not a destination and we actively support ongoing education and experimentation.
The ideal candidate is someone who thrives in a fast-paced, start-up environment and possesses a natural bent towards innovative thinking and making an impact. They must also possess excellent communication and organizational skills that are expected from any strong product managers. If you are an engaged team-player and like to break innovative new ground, we want to hear from you.
We value team members who are creative, focused, collaborative, and technically curious. We are looking for people who have opinions, share ideas and know how to get work done.
If defining the defining and leading the charge on the products to power the next generation of the internet economy is your thing, then we should talk.
About the Position
We are looking for a talented Business or Product Operations Manager who will drive operational excellence by acting as the glue to create alignment and accountability across cross-functional teams to meet our joint business goals. You will architect and execute on central product-wide operating models and cadences that will bring about transparency and accountability for the product and delivery teams.
Successful candidates will:
What You'll Be Doing
What We Are Looking For
Experience / Education
6 - 8 years of related experience with a 4-year degree; or 6 years and an advanced degree; or equivalent experience.
What's In It For You
At Arrow, we recognize that financial rewards and great benefits are important aspects of an ideal job. That's why we offer competitive financial compensation, including various compensation plans, and a solid benefits package.
APPLY NOW!Annual Hiring Range/Hourly Rate: $102,330.00 - $125,070.00
Actual compensation offer to candidate may vary from posted hiring range based upon geographic location, work experience, education, and/or skill level. The pay ratio between base pay and target incentive (if applicable) will be finalized at offer.
Arrow is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status. (Arrow EEO/AAP policy)
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Business Operations Manager is $83,442 per year or $40 per hour. The highest paying Business Operations Manager jobs have a salary over $136,000 per year while the lowest paying Business Operations Manager jobs pay $50,000 per year
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