Post Series C
Short-staffing hurts healthcare workers, facilities, and patients. Fixing that is our mission.
As many as
90% of registered nurses have
considered quitting the profession
next year if critical workplace issues like short-staffing aren’t resolved, according to this study. This crisis touches us all, because we all need healthcare.
Clipboard Health exists to solve the problem of short-staffed facilities and to lift as many people up the socio-economic ladder as possible. To do this, we've created an efficient and transparent marketplace for healthcare facilities and healthcare professionals to fill shifts.
About Clipboard Health:
Clipboard Health is a post-Series C, extremely fast-growing tech startup with classic two-sided network effects, revolutionizing the market for healthcare talent. We are a diverse and inclusive company with a global, remote team. We have been named one of YC’s Top Companies for two years running, and have grown 25x across all key metrics in the last 18 months. There has never been a more exciting time to join our growing team and help us serve even more healthcare professionals and healthcare facilities, who can then better serve patients. To learn more about the culture at Clipboard Health, take a look at our culture hub here.
About the Role:
You would be joining our Product Management organization at a critical juncture while working with a fast-growing and fast-moving engineering organization. Our product today manages millions of dollars of invoices and pays thousands of participants on both sides of the market. But, we have only scratched the surface in the space of products and experiences we could build, and we need your help.
We're looking for a Group Product Manager that's excited to drive direction for a large component of our core staffing marketplace product. You’re energized by the prospect of getting to be player-coach in a small, but dynamic Product team. You’d be managing 2-3 PMs and Associate PMs, while also driving your own individual contributor work to help us leap into the future.
You will not be building things with the hope that people need them, but rather filling the desperate needs of our users while innovating in ways they didn't even know they needed. You'll have to be adaptable, learn quickly, and have a deep interest in understanding our business, our users, and our product.
I’d read our Product Team Standards document (https://culture.clipboardhealth.com/how-we-communicate/internal-articles/high-quality-and-fast) and our Product Team Structure document (https://creatingvalue.substack.com/p/the-product-team) to get a sense of how we think and what we value.
Beyond the basics, what will make you successful:
- Extreme Ownership: the buck stops with you, no matter what anyone else did or did not do. You're self-reliant, and can get things done in the chaos that is an early-stage startup scaling quickly.
- Extreme Curiosity: you ask "why" 3-5 times in a row for the same problem and are excited to tap into your inner archaeologist -- digging and digging and not being satisfied until you truly understand the root cause.
- 3+ years of PM experience
- 1+ years of management experience
- You've shipped features in a small PM team, love both the strategy and the details, and can operate at all levels of abstraction