Director of Product Management
$400,000 USD/year Pay is set based on global value, not the local market. Most roles = hourly rate x 40 hrs x 50 weeks ($200 USD/hour)

Any country
full-time (40 hrs/week)
Long-term role

Director of Product Management $400,000USD/year ($200 USD/hour)


Are you at the pinnacle of your career, with a decade of experience steering B2B SaaS products toward market success? Are you interested in working at the cutting edge of generative AI, pioneering its application in product development?

Trilogy's portfolio includes over 100 B2B software companies and acquires more every year. In our view, every industry will be disrupted by Generative AI, and all of our products must embrace it. In this role, you will be responsible for setting the GenAI product vision for our entire portfolio of companies. In so doing, you will delve into the customer mindset, involving deep analysis of market trends, customer behavior, and product profitability, and determine how we can leverage GenAI to maximize customer value. Your strategic decisions will significantly influence our products' market positioning and profitability, driving both customer satisfaction and business success.

We're not just looking for a product manager; we're looking for a visionary who’s ready to redefine the standards of product management. If you’re ready for a role where you'll drive real market impact, we invite you to bring your expertise to our team!

What you will be doing

  • Align customer and market analysis with strategic objectives, using generative AI to enhance decision-making and efficiency.
  • Perform in-depth analysis of product costs, pricing, and customer data to optimize profitability and market positioning.
  • Develop and refine our product offerings, incorporating customer feedback and using AI to create exceptional customer experiences.

What you will NOT be doing

  • Managing the entire product development cycle; your focus will be on high-level strategic planning and decision-making.
  • Technical product decisions; these are managed by a specialized team, allowing you to concentrate on the commercial aspects.
  • Engaging in constant cross-functional communication; you are the primary decision-making authority.

Key responsibilities

  • Driving customer retention through strategic service offerings, informed by generative AI to maximize value creation.

Candidate requirements

  • At least 7 years of experience in a product management role within a B2B SaaS company
  • Experience leveraging AI technologies (such as ChatGPT, Claude, or Gemini) in a product management context (for ideation, strategy formulation, etc.)

Meet a successful candidate

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Badri Varadarajan
Badri  |  EVP of Technical Product Management
United States  

I get to be CTO of 150 different products. I can measure my impact and it is much higher here than it would be anywhere else in Silicon Vall...

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Ace An Interview Or Two.

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Accept Job Offer.

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What you will learn

You will sharpen your SaaS expertise by developing research-backed strategies for 100+ products. You will master a structured, scalable product management system that focuses on value-adding features and repeatedly improves value realization for customers.

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