Thinking about a change of career where you can use your scientific knowledge?
The laboratories of today and the future will all be based around data; predicted, collected, created, analyzed by software. Would you like to be a part of this revolution in science? Do you want to have a large scale impact on it?
Our Product Manager position with an integrated bootcamp is an ideal choice for those who would like to change their career by jumping into the world of Software Product Management, but want to stay close to science as well.
Chemaxon is a software development company working in the field of life sciences with 600+ clients globally, including most of the top 50 pharmaceutical companies. We are respected globally for making the best cheminformatics tools in the industry for early phase drug discovery.
We want to be the number one choice research and development platform for 100 000 scientists across the Earth and we need your help to achieve that!
We offer an opportunity to change your career and become a Software Product Manager at Chemaxon. Work with us and build on your scientific expertise to understand other scientists’ needs and build amazing products that surpass their expectations to earn a healthy profit. Your role will be to identify customer and market needs, build products with your engineering and user experience colleagues, help define the business model of your products and successfully bring them to market.
No foreknowledge is required in the field of Product Management, business or software development. After a successful application, we will offer you a full-time employment contract starting with our 3-month long bootcamp to acquire the basic knowledge to be able to lead a product team.
What do Product Managers do?
Product Managers are the leaders behind software product development. They identify trends in the market, constantly collect and monitor user needs and try to find solutions for those needs that can be profitably sold on the market. They are comfortable working with data and constantly seeking improvement opportunities. Good product managers work closely with their engineering, user experience, team coach and data scientist colleagues, so they build products quickly and efficiently. Product Management is a high-pressure role where you constantly need to juggle between many priorities and expectations of many different stakeholders, tight deadlines and resource constraints, so being able to make decisions quickly and to say “no” frequently is essential for the role.
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