Product Manager at Chess.com
Chess.com is looking for product managers to help us build and grow the many ideas in the pipeline! You will be in charge of product management, QA, and growing the audience for new features and apps. You will work alongside our design and product teams, developers, and entire team to build, test, launch, and market features and apps. We look forward to getting to know you.

REQUIREMENTS:
- 2+ years of digital/mobile product management experience
- Available during US business hours
- Great feel for products and features
- Excellent communication skills
- A passion for and understanding of chess

This is a REMOTE, FULL-TIME position. You can learn more about us here:
https://www.chess.com/blog/erik/how-chess-com-s-100-person-virtual-team-works-together
https://www.chess.com/about
What is your name? *
What is your email address? *
Where do you live? *
Please tell us about any product management experience you have going from idea to final product. *
Please tell us about any software testing tools, platforms, or technologies you have experience using. The more details the better. *
Please write up a bug report of some kind. Can be fictional. Desktop/web, or mobile. *
Tell us how you feel about chess, chess programs, and where you would like to see online chess going in the future. *
This is a full-time, long-term, work-from home role. Have you worked from home / remote before? Any concerns? *
What kind of compensation ($ per hour, or month, or year) are you looking for? *
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Thank you for applying! NOTE: We are unable to reply to all applications.
We are grateful for you taking the time to submit your information. Chess.com receives hundreds of resumes each week and while we do look at all of them, unfortunately we cannot respond personally to each one of them. If you have not heard from us within a few days, then you can assume that your application did not reach the next stage of interviews. Again, thank you for letting us get to know you. See you over the chess board!
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