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Film Marketing Product Manager

Responsibilities Collaborate across our Film Business and with Product owners on the product roadmap, analysis, requirements and priorities for product features and requests Lead the project inceptions, scrums, iteration planning, estimating and retrospective discussions Proactively manage, provide visibility into and effectively communicate to Stakeholders project status around product features, scope, schedule, cost and risks Oversee the prioritization of product features and enhancements within the Film Marketing application portfolio Serve as the escalation point for the day-to-day operational activities across the landscape of applications utilized by the business Build and maintain strong relationships with the technical and operational teams across IT and O&TS to improve operational effectiveness Support the business engagement for Technology services with different business stakeholders as part of the Film Marketing, Finance and Strategic Planning Technology Organization Understand IT industry trends, emerging technologies and use them as needed to achieve project objectives Perform other duties as assigned Qualifications/Requirements Minimum 5 years of experience in product management using Agile methodologies Minimum 4 years of experience in an IT functional role delivering work products for medium to large scale projects and applications Experience in project management, analysis and the ability to work across multiple business and technical teams in a fast paced environment Experience overseeing a portfolio of applications for ongoing support and enhancements across web and analytics technology platforms Experience with SQL or other data discovery and analysis platforms in a capacity supporting day-to-day operations Strong analytical and problem solving skills with ability to utilize technology to create innovative solutions Must be detail-oriented and thorough with the ability to meet aggressive deadlines Must be flexible and effective at multi-tasking Effective in a variety of formal/informal presentation settings: one-on-one, small and large groups. Must be pro-active with issue identification and resolution Demonstrated experience with the digital marketing with familiarity of the formats, processes, and service providers within this market segment Extensive experience gathering and documenting functional user requirements with a strong knowledge of structured IT analysis methodologies, including process flow definition and data flow diagramming Experience with product management for web and analytics technologies, methodologies and architectures such as C#, .NET, ASP, IIS, HTTP, HTML5, CSS3, Knockout.js, jQUERY, JSON, Web Services, AJAX, R, Python, Tableau, PowerBI, Talend, Snowflake. Desired Characteristics Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to communicate technical and business concepts with leadership teams, technical developers, and end-users Creative and original thinker who is highly self-motivated and has the ability to learn new technologies with a desire to have hands-on experience and an understanding of the business value that it provides Experience with the broader Film Theatrical media industry with and understanding of the digitallandscape as well as the drivers influencing the consumer behaviors Experience with business intelligence and analytic tools Ability to demonstrate initiative and work on assigned development tasks with minimal oversight, leveraging team members and resources as necessary Ability to work with minimal oversight toward aggressive deadlines and in high pressure situations Ability to work collaboratively with remote teams across varying time zones 44864BR
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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