Group Product Manager at Safety Culture

Product Management, Full-time Permanent, Sydney sydney product full-time
Description
Posted 23 days ago

At SafetyCulture, we’re solving problems that fundamentally change the way people work.
Our SaaS product, iAuditor, empowers teams in 150+ countries to drive operational excellence. With a recent valuation of AU2.2Bn, we have an ambitious goal to help 100 million workers with our products every day, and we’re looking for a talented and passionate people leader to join our team. 

We are looking for an incredible Group Product Manager to lead one of our key product within iAuditor, our flagship product. This product is a key part of the SafetyCulture Platform and in this role you’ll have the opportunity to work on complex problems that impact millions of users worldwide, and operate at a scale few other Australian tech companies have reached. You will collaborate with a group of driven, curious and customer-minded Product Managers and have a lot of fun doing it.  

Check out our Product @ SafetyCulture video series to see first-hand: 
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrIXpy-55Hj2rYmD99mb3ZNiPVE8rCN5s

What will I be doing?

  • Lead one or more feature teams (squads) that are focused on solving customer problems at International scale
  • Act as a coach and mentor for your team. Teaching best practices around all things Product Management
  • Assess and develop processes that continuously raise the quality of the outcomes we deliver
  • Be the voice and advocate of the customer, always
  • Develop & lead product strategy for new initiatives and opportunities
  • Lead & manage the breakdown of projects into milestones, epics and user stories
  • Build technical knowledge of the product
  • Manage priorities between customer needs, team velocity, user experience and internal stakeholder requirements 
  • Ensure the backlog is ordered by priority and developers do not have any blockers
  • Maintain strong communications between stakeholders and the development team
  • Manage team ceremonies like stand ups, backlog grooming, retrospectives, etc.
  • What do I need?

  • You are the master of creating and executing plans for implementing product features
  • You have an ability to manage many moving parts in a project and have lead a team before
  • Cross-functional teams of software engineers and product designers is where you feel most at home
  • You are the true champion of the customer
  • Nothing beats that feeling of shipping great software for you.
  • You are a natural at managing stakeholder expectations and project status reporting
  • You continuously seek out and utilise customer feedback to adjust future milestones and priorities
  • You identify bottlenecks through projects as required
  • You have worked for a mobile-first technology company through numerous lifecyclesMobile apps, experiences and SaaS products are your niche
  • You understand that Agile ceremonies don’t just magically make teams Agile and you know how to not only bring an Agile team together but keep them engaged and focused



  • We’re committed to building inclusive teams and cultivating a sense of belonging so our people can bring their whole authentic selves to work each day. We seek to make reasonable adjustments throughout our recruitment process to create an even playing field for all candidates. Thanks to the tireless efforts of the entire SafetyCulture team we’ve built an incredible culture which has seen us recognised as a Best Place to Work in Australia, the US and the UK. 
    You can find out more about life at SafetyCulture via Youtube, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
    More than 28,000 organisations use our flagship products, iAuditor and EdApp, to perform checks, train staff, report issues, automate tasks and communicate fluidly. SafetyCulture powers over 600 million checks per year, approximately 50,000 lessons per day and millions of corrective actions, giving leaders visibility and workers a voice in driving safety, quality and efficiency improvements.

    To all recruitment agencies, we do not accept resumes or partnership opportunities. Please do not forward resumes to SafetyCulture or any of our employees. We are not responsible for any fees associated with unsolicited resumes.