Product Manager in Stockholm (Sweden)

Where: Stockholm (Sweden)

Extent of Work: Full Time

Click here to apply in English

Job Summary

Together with a dynamic team of experienced UX designers, business developers and engineers, you are responsible for managing the roadmap and ongoing development of our portfolio of developer tools around CAE. These tools are used as core building blocks inside of CODE’s customer-facing products, such as Prism and uFab.

In this role, you are a key contributor in the CAE teams quest to make CAD, CAM and simulation tools more accessible, trustworthy and cloud-ready. You package and productify these tools; enabling other teams to use them as building block inside their own products and services with minimal effort.

Your responsibilities

  • Being the voice of CAE users inside CODE and Sandvik
  • Generating excitement and buy-in for making CAE tools cloud-native both internally and externally
  • Identifying developer and user needs and desires in cooperation with other product managers to build and maintain a product feature backlog
  • Scoping and prioritizing present and future product development
  • Translating overall product strategy into detailed functional requirement in collaboration with management, engineers and UX designers

Your skills and qualifications

You have a MSc or BSc in Computer Science, Engineering or related field, or equivalent knowledge gained from working. Since we act on a global scale, you need to be fluent in both written and verbal English. Other required skills and qualifications are:

  • Proven experience from product management for CAE, SDKs or equivalent development skills
  • A genuine interest in interacting with and championing customers and key users internally
  • Confidence in saying no, as it is important to manage customer requests in a realistic manner
  • Cooperation skills across cultural and geographical borders, and with stakeholders at all levels
  • Experience from defining, monitoring and driving improvements to key product success metrics and communicating these to the broader organization
  • Extensive understanding of – or hands-on experience with – software development and web technologies
  • The ability to hold general and in-depth conversations about technical requirements with lead developers, in areas such as information architecture, technical architecture and trade-offs between off-premise, hybrid and cloud-based solution

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