Director of Specialty Product

As the Director of Product Management in our Specialty vertical, you’ll solve real problems in the healthcare industry to help patients receive the medications they need to live healthy lives. You’ll focus on maximizing the adoption, utilization and value of our existing products and launch innovative new solutions. You’ll lead and grow a team of your own and work to continue elevating the product practice at CoverMyMeds.  You’ll collaborate closely with people across the organization and in our industry with endless opportunities to take on responsibility, continue learning and mentor others.

What You’ll Do:

  • Establish the overall vision for Specialty’s portfolio of products
    • Define the overarching roadmap for our portfolio and strategies for getting us there
    • Partner closely with development, user experience, business development and marketing teams to successfully align roadmaps to business plans and roll them out
    • Strike the right balance between innovation and maintenance so every team is always working for the benefit of the customer and business
    • Quantify Specialty’s impact over healthcare outcomes by measuring the performance of our portfolio and utilizing that data to drive value
    • Monitor the success of our individual products and utilize data to make improvements
    • Continuously improve Specialty product management and user experience to better-serve the business and our customers
  • Build a high-performing product management team
    • Provide direct leadership for a growing team, focusing on career development, personal growth and job satisfaction
    • Manage our product management and user experience teams
    • Organize the team across our portfolio for optimal results, adapting as the business grows and changes
    • Manage a personnel budget for hiring and compensation
    • Become a great partner to your peers across the organization, participating in cross-team processes and initiatives to balance the needs of Specialty with those of other teams
    • Encourage professional development and industry engagement, including participation in organizations relevant to product management, our customers and technologies
  • Directly manage products, accepting a “player/coach” mentality to fill gaps when needed
  • Elevate the product management practice across CoverMyMeds, participating in cross-team initiatives and championing for best practices
  • Represent CoverMyMeds and our products at relevant industry events

About You:

  • 10+ years of software product management experience
  • 3+ years of software portfolio management experience
  • 3+ years of personnel management experience
  • 1+ years of experience working in the healthcare industry – the more relevant, the better!
  • Proven experience identifying and prioritizing the most important things amongst a myriad of important things
  • Proven experience pursuing and accepting responsibility for strategic business objectives
  • A natural collaborator who seeks out new perspectives and builds trusting relationships with stakeholders
  • Thrive in the inherit ambiguity and risk that comes with creating new things
  • Devoted to learning, constantly working to stay up-to-date on our industry
  • Able to travel about 30% to visit users and prospects

About Us:

CoverMyMeds is one of the fastest growing healthcare technology companies in the US. We help prescribers and pharmacies submit Prior Authorization requests for any drug and nearly all health plans - 100% free - to get millions of patients on their medications every single year.  Our team of highly-productive healthcare enthusiasts with a passion for helping others is the best thing about working here.  On-site chef, flexible hours and paid benefits?  Yeah, we have those too.  But don’t take our word for it.  We’ve been named to Glassdoor's top 50 places to work in the nation, Inc. 500’s list three times, were awarded one of the top places to work by Modern Healthcare and three times won best places to work in Columbus, Ohio.

These requirements represent the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform this job successfully. Reasonable accommodation can be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. 

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