Product Managers are integral members of Twistlock’s engineering organization. They gather requirements, plan the roadmap, define the user experience of features, and guide their implementation. PMs work closely with development teams and UX designers and have the following qualifications:
- PMs are experts in the cloud native market that we’re focused on – they understand the history, the technologies, and the direction of the market and proactively steer our product roadmap accordingly.
PMs are experts in our customers’ experiences – they talk with customers often, they understand deployment trends and operational patterns, they understand pain points in existing solutions, and they see product features through customer eyes.
- PMs are the interface between our field and engineering. They help sellers and architects understand our value, competitive differentiation, and best practices for designing and operating our product. PMs help with competitive escalations, talking with demanding customers, and communicating our roadmap internally and externally.
PMs have a passion for building differentiated products with great user experiences; they identify patterns in customer and market needs, synthesize and genericize feedback and requests, track them systematically, and deliver clear, thoughtful, and well defined feature specs.
- PMs are great team members – they’re excellent communicators, they organize teams, solicit feedback from others, are welcoming of better ideas, are decisive decision makers, and think “we and us” instead of “you and I”.
- 5-10 years of experience in highly technical roles in product management, development, or enterprise services, often at large organizations or innovative startups
- At least BSc. in majors including Computer Science, and Electrical / Computer Engineering from TAU, BGU, HUJI, The Open University, or Technion with GPA of 85 and up.
- PMs must have direct experience in security, cloud services, Linux, and at least a foundational knowledge of cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.
Product managers may occasionally travel to customer sites and conferences, but travel is typically <10%. This position is located at the Twistlock R&D Center in Herzliya, Israel.