Are you a Product Manager that would be excited about joining a new division that is building out a Big Data initiative at a major financial institution? This is a unique opportunity for someone looking for the next challenge in their career.
What is the Job?
The Product Manager on our team will be working within one of the world's largest financial institutions. We are building out a new big data analytics platform to support our asset management business line, and we need a new Product Manager to come in and apply their experience or knowledge of Data Governance and apply that to the new data sets we are working with. This includes working with new unstructured data sets that we are bringing in, and asking the question: How to apply data governance to this new analytics platform?
You will be an individual contributor, but this is a fast-growing team so your responsibilities will be growing quickly. You will report to an Executive Director of Data Governance. You will be creating a roadmap, coming up with a vision, executing that vision, and interacting with internal stakeholders and C-level executives in this role.
You will be creative in figuring out how to achieve our objectives. You will be experienced coming into existing challenges and working to find creative solutions.
We are located in Midtown Manhattan.
• $185,000 - $225,000 (total compensation)
• Full Benefits (medical, dental and vision)
• Generous stock options and grants
What Skills Do You Need?
• You ideally come from a FinTech company or startup (or a company that revolves around financial data)
• Experience with Product Management and working with internal stakeholders and presenting to C-level executives
• Great communication skills and business acumen
• A great strategist and visionary -- you are someone that likes to create roadmaps and execute them
• It's good if you have knowledge or exposure to data governance principles
Who Are We?
We are an international investment bank that operates in over 50 countries around the world. We have over $2.5 trillion under management, with a focus on private wealth management.