Intermountain Healthcare Castell Analytics Associate Product Manager in Boston, Massachusetts
The responsibilities of the Associate Product Manager (APM) for the Enterprise Analytics organization will be primarily of tactical execution of meeting the analytics needs of caregivers and acting in a product owner role for 1 agile team for a non-strategic or late lifecycle stage product.
Reporting to a Group Product Manager (GPM), this position will directly execute the portfolio priorities of the Group Product Manager for the portfolio and is responsible for the performance of assigned product against Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in alignment to the GPM and the portfolio, negotiate priorities within their assigned product with the immediate caregiver customers of the product and development team (or analysts) assigned to their product and develop and maintain a product roadmap that can be rolled up to the portfolio roadmap with a time horizon of up to 1 year. This position will communicate consolidated view of priorities to the Group Product Manager and Solution Architect (Analytics Lead) assigned to the portfolio and contribute product achievements into portfolio level launch communications to caregiver customers, lead launch communications to direct caregiver customers and to facilitate day-to-day prioritization of backlog items with caregiver customers and technical team.
The Associate Product Manager will collaborate with GPM as needed to build business cases and justify analytics resources for assigned product and ensure execution of design strategy of common user experience across the portfolio. Responsible for ensuring assigned product meets assigned KPIs, the position acts as a subject matter expert of assigned product to best understand caregiver customer problems and desired outcomes and orchestrates the entire life cycle of product (e.g., market intelligence, conceptualization, product development, launch, growth, maturity, retirement). The position evaluates and implements design modifications and other portfolio initiatives to improve existing products and associated services offered to customers to meet portfolio objectives, works with GPM and other personnel as needed, in evaluating, analyzing, establishing, and modifying product designs and delivery to ensure ongoing viability of assigned products.
Responsible for Introducing new products to market and works with business development, marketing, customer support, lab, bioinformatics, and other internal departments to develop product requirements, go-to-market strategies, and launch plans. Ensures effective communication/promotional strategies, develops key messaging for products and key strategic market issues, and produces product materials and sales collateral. Responsible for internal and external training on features, benefits, and the value proposition of products and services. Develops product education material with clear value proposition, product performance, and competitive analysis. Develops and reviews communication material (e.g., technical data sheets, slide presentations, technical notes and white papers). Participates in “ride-a-longs”, design workshops, caregiver customer interviews as needed and understands and monitors market, competitive trends, and competitor products and recommends actions when necessary. identifies opportunities, challenges, and solutions for impacted product objectives.
Professional experience working on a healthcare, software, or analytics product in a role requiring familiarity with the entire life cycle of product (e.g., market intelligence, conceptualization, product development, launch, growth, maturity, retirement).
Experience in a role requiring familiarity with developing key messaging, product materials and sales collateral for products and key strategic market issues.
Experience in a role requiring strong skills in planning, detail and accuracy, creative thinking, and verbal and written interpersonal communication.
Understanding of concepts of Scaled Agile Framework, Human Centered Design, Lean UX
Ability to collaborate with UX team members on design artifacts including user journeys, wireframes, etc.
Skilled with JIRA, Confluence and Miro (or similar tools)
Bachelor's degree in business, marketing, communications, economics, engineering, a clinical field, public health, healthcare, biological science, public administration, or in a related field of study. Education must be obtained through an accredited institution. Degree will be verified.
Two or more years of professional product management or in roles requiring proficiency with the entire life cycle of product (e.g., market intelligence, conceptualization, product development, launch, growth, maturity, retirement) and in developing key messaging, product materials and sales collateral for products and key strategic market issues.
SAFe, Pragmatic Institute or Scrum Alliance Product Owner certification
Interact with others requiring the employee to communicate information.
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Operate computers and other IT equipment requiring the ability to move fingers and hands.
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See and read computer monitors and documents.
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Remain sitting or standing for long periods of time to perform work on a computer, telephone, or other equipment.
Key Bank Tower
Salt Lake City
Scheduled Weekly Hours:
The hourly range for this position is listed below. Actual hourly rate dependent upon experience.
$38.41 - $60.46
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The primary intent of this job description is to set a fair and equitable rate of pay for this classification. Only those key duties necessary for proper job evaluation and/or labor market analysis have been included. Other duties may be assigned by the supervisor.
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