Senior Product Manager
$157,920 - $178,079 •
RevenueCat is a simple API for developers to manage subscriptions. We provide all the infrastructure needed for app developers to build, analyze and grow their subscription business.
At RevenueCat, we make selling subscriptions in your mobile app easy. We launched as part of Y Combinator's summer 2018 batch and today are handling subscriptions for more than 10 million mobile subscriptions across thousands of apps. We are a mission driven, remote-first company that is building the foundation of mobile subscription infrastructure. Top apps like WidgetSmith, Buffer, and Fishbrain count on RevenueCat to power their subscriptions at scale.
As the first Product Manager you will lay the foundations of the product organization at RevenueCat. Reporting directly to the CEO, you will work closely with customers and the team to realize our mission of helping developers make more money.
About You: You have done a lot of product management and can teach us how to do it You have a technical background and have worked on products used by developers You have your own vision for the RevenueCat product
In the first month, you'll: Learn the product, customers, and team Help ship a meaningful feature to thousands of developers Write your first product spec
In the first three months, you'll: Own and improve our current product delivery process and roadmap Ship your first features from your own specs Meet many of our users and learn their needs
In the first six months, you'll: Triage customer and business needs to develop the 2022 roadmap Develop a spider-sense for when someone is going to be blocked, and fix it before it happens Help hire the next product manager
Within a year, you'll: Be the go-to person on the team for product Have helped develop a multi-year vision for where we take the product Have shipped a feature that was a dud, it happens
What we offer: $157,920-$178,080 USD salary + competitive equity Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage Open vacation policy Generous stipend for home workspace 401k match
We have an API, a web dashboard, and a proliferation of mobile SDKs.
The API is Flask + PSQL, the web dashboard is a React app, and the mobile SDKs are written in whatever language the target platform is.
Our API has to deal with a massive amount of requests and there going to be many interesting scaling problems in the future for us.
On the mobile SDK side, it is a great challenge in providing sane and native-feeling SDKs to many platforms. A great opportunity for a polyglot who cares about developer experience.