Product Manager

As a Product Manager at Quizlet, you will define new features that millions of users rely upon daily to learn, teach, and have fun while doing so. Quizlet’s mission is to help students (and their teachers) practice and master whatever they’re learning. We are the largest study platform in the US, reaching over 30M monthly active learners and teachers - and it’s only the beginning. We have passionate users, significant organic growth, and a strong business model that got us to profitability before raising venture capital money.  

The Role

At Quizlet, you will be involved in every step of the product development process - analyzing metrics, owning a roadmap, working with engineers, designers and other product managers to define and deploy new features. You will help identify new areas for product expansion and growth by engaging with our customers directly - even in their classrooms. You will bring a passion for building great products and thrive in working in a small startup environment.

Qualifications and Experience

  • 2+ years of consumer product management experience on web/mobile products
  • Proven ability to work cross-functionally, collaborate, influence and work as part of a team
  • Excellent analytical skills to break down and solve complex problems
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • MBA, Product Design or Engineering degree preferred

Quizlet’s Team Culture

We’re extremely proud of the powerful impact our study tools are having on people’s lives across the U.S. and the world. Our focus on quality, usability, and performance across all platforms has helped Quizlet grow organically to a top U.S. web brand with top education apps on iOS and Android. We regularly visit classrooms across the Bay Area to see Quizlet’s users in action. We believe in teamwork and communication, and we believe in each other — every member has the confidence and flexibility to take a stab at new problems across functions. We love technology and we love helping people. Come join us!


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