Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Sr. Product Manager, T-Mobile (Bellevue, WA)

This product leader is responsible for driving the product strategy in conjunction with the Product Development group for Broadband business.

What does that mean to you?

It means you'll work with Sales and Product Development groups on rigorous analysis of customer needs, definition, and evangelism of customer/partner/market requirements with a focus on business. You'll develop detailed MRD and PRD documents with defined screen navigation. And, you will provide analysis, identification and strategy regarding new product and service integration in close coordination with Product Development group.

If that's not enough to keep you challenged, you can drive the development and management of business cases, including financial modeling, to provide strategic management to drive marketing and revenue targets. Then, after lunch, you can take responsibility for the delivery of actionable go-to-market plans that efficiently leverage all elements of the marketing mix across all channels within a specified budget.

If you've done this before, most likely you've got an MBA and a strong background in consumer business marketing (6-10 years). That experience will help you succeed in this role, as well as a clear understanding of the retail channel.

Ready to talk? So are we.

View my jobster posting here. Be sure to click on the "Inquire for this Position" button and we'll get this ball rolling.

Dennis Smith
Talent Aquisition Manager

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