Senior Product Manager
New York City, NY +2
Mid-level +1 · Full time
Posted a year ago
Why is this role awesome?
- join one of the largest social commerce platforms in the US, fastest growing marketplaces (a16z top marketplaces), and a top 100 YC company. - take ownership over a central pillar of the Snackpass product - high leverage, high impact product team of 2, and report to CEO


  • Build the next generation operating system for pickup
  • Help customers [1] save time [2] save money and [3] connect with friends.
  • Help restaurants [1] simplify [2] save on labor costs and staffing and [3] drive new business through social commerce


  • Own one of our core product verticals at Snackpass serving our restaurant employees and owners
  • Build a reliable, stable, scalable and feature-complete POS for quick serve restaurants
  • Deliver product roadmaps with high quality and speed
  • Drive Snackpass KPIs — GMV, new restaurants sold, utilization, customer retention


  • 5+ years of product management experience
  • Scrappy self-starter excited by the idea of acting autonomously on loosely-defined challenges. You like to roll up your sleeves, get in the kitchen, and do whatever it takes to get the job done.
  • Loves digging into details of technical specs, product specs, support tickets, and learning fast
  • Ability to collaborate closely with sales teams

Bonus Points If...

  • You have experience working on a marketplace or other multi-sided platform
  • You have hardware and/or mobile device management (MDM) experience
  • You have worked in a restaurant or built products for restaurants
Snackpass is a platform that focuses on mobile order pickup at local restaurants.
Size:  11-50 employees
Funding Level:  Early-stage Startup
Total Amount Raised:  25.6 M
Year Founded:  2017
First Round Capital
Y Combinator
Andreessen Horowitz
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