Key Candidate Info
|Job Title||Senior Technical Product Manager|
|Location||Mountain View, CA|
|Availability (Notice Period)||2 weeks|
- Highly experienced Technical Product Manager with a MSc CS Degree with a 4yr Software Engineering background
- Recently took an AdTech product from 0 to 1.2 achieving revenue 100% revenue growth year on year
- Manages 4 Technical Product Managers currently, serves the role as product evangelist overseeing 6 engineering teams across platform, UI, design and backend
Key skills & experience
Rishi is an experienced Technical Product Manager coming from a software engineering background who is seeking a new full-time role.
In his current role at Quantcast, Rishi is holding the role as defacto Lead Product Manager where he oversees 4 Product Managers and plugged into 6 engineering teams. His main achievement at Quantcast has been taking a new company product, self-serve platform, from 0 to 1.1 and taking the product revenue for the company from 15% to 58% now and on target for 80% by EOY. His role as a Product Manager is to work with the multiple engineering teams, defining the product milestones with the VP’s and serve the role as product evangelist both with the end customer and internal stakeholders. He classes his role as highly technical which he enjoys and due to his engineering background can hold himself with the engineers and technical stakeholders.
Rishi reports directly into the VP of Product and sits on the same table as the VP of Engineering, VP of Design, and the CTO. He takes pride in what he does and is an advocate for Agile practices, streamlining the product delivery process as much as possible.
Rishi is seeking a change because there have been significant leadership changes at the top which have in affect destabilized the business. He feels there isn’t much more to be done on the product and feels it’s good to take on a new challenge.
Based in San Francisco, Rishi is a US Citizen and brilliant communicator. He can interview immediately.
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