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Growth Product Manager - Roadmunk

Are you looking to join a profitable company and help it scale? If you’re an obsessively analytical product manager with an innate understanding of user psychology, then this role might be a good fit for you.

Who Is Roadmunk? 

Artemis Canada has partnered with Roadmunk - a high growth start-up in a fast-moving and highly competitive market - to find a Growth Product Manager. What sets Roadmunk apart is a deep understanding of the users' psychology and an ability to produce simple solutions to complex problems. They operate from a place of deep empathy.

Roadmunk was inspired by a problem the founders experienced personally: there was no simple way for product managers to build and share roadmaps. Latif Nanji, co-founder and CEO, is also a product manager and when faced with this problem he teamed up with co-founder, Tomas Benda to build a solution. The resulting app helps companies create and effectively manage roadmaps of all shapes, sizes, and types. The goal is to make strategic road-mapping quick, effective, and collaborative.


And it’s working. The most forward-thinking product teams (thousands of them!) including top companies like Amazon, Disney and eBay are using Roadmunk to align their stakeholders and execs using beautiful, crystal-clear roadmaps.

From day one, they’ve built their app, business, and culture around people-first values. These values are the driving force behind everything they do:

  • Start with empathy

  • Driven to succeed

  • Trust through transparency

  • Build with balance

  • Always learning

  • Fun together


How Will I Make An Impact?

  • You’ll get to establish and own the growth product roadmap as well as establish KPIs the team can influence directly and immediately.

  • You will lead the planning, design, development, and launch of product growth & retention initiatives that measurably improve activation and engagement in Roadmunk’s product.

  • You’ll support the implementation of Roadmunk’s growth stack (tooling) and the team’s operational processes.

  • Collaborate cross-functionally with marketing, product, engineering and customer success.

  • You’ll get to optimize key points in the funnel through a deep understanding of Roadmunk’s funnel metrics.

  • You’ll get to implement A/B testing and CRO techniques to drive measurable improvements in product adoption.

  • Using a strong data-driven approach, you’ll get to identify the highest potential areas across the product experience and unlock opportunities for growth & retention.

  • As a key member of the team, you’ll keep the leadership team up to date on the team’s priorities, successes, learnings and next steps.

  • You’ll drive changes to how data is collected and stored in Roadmunk’s data warehouse and other tools.

  • You’ll get to recommend changes to resources including tools, staffing, etc. as needed.

  • You’ll get to tie team KPIs to company KPIs; rally the team and the broader organization around the above.

  • You’ll be the champion of growth at Roadmunk and evangelize growth throughout the company.


How Do I Know If This Is For Me?


If you’re an obsessively analytical product manager with an innate understanding of user psychology, then this role might be a good fit for you.


Reporting to the VP of Marketing, Eleni Deacon, and working closely with the Director of Product, Rob Bayley, the Growth PM is responsible for optimizing how we engage and re-engage users throughout their relationship with Roadmunk from acquisition to retention. 


This is a unique opportunity to spearhead the product growth function at a scaling startup — the position is all about getting new users into Roadmunk and making sure they’re hooked. You’ll be leading a cross-functional team responsible for obsessively tweaking Roadmunk’s user onboarding and engagement journeys while analyzing the impact of those changes on user behaviours and key metrics.

Do I Have What It Takes?


  • 3+ years in a product, growth hacker or similar role

  • Highly analytical & data-driven thinker with strong business acumen

  • Proven ability to lead cross-functional teams

  • Action-oriented & hands-on working style

  • Comfortable living in spreadsheets and BI tools


Nice to Have:

  • Experience with statistical modelling 

Does this sound exciting to you?
Get in touch with Niv!

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