Product Manager — anon optics

Product Manager — anon optics

The Product Manager – anon optics is responsible for managing the conceptualization, development, and manufacturing of the anon optic line. As always, the goal is to deliver the best products in the industry at every price point, on time, and on budget. Involves developing and maintaining relationships with riders, developers, designers, engineering, testing, R&D, marketing, sales, and vendors, and incorporating their feedback appropriately to create a cohesive product line. Responsible for managing the development of timelines and coordinating production planning, as well as negotiating pricing with vendors and presenting product at sales meetings, round tables, and tradeshows. Develops product line plans and product briefs, including justification of investments.

Requires a Bachelor's Degree in engineering, industrial design, or business with 3 years of experience in direct product development and/or product management. The ideal candidate will have the attitude and aptitude to build a strong rapport with team riders, shop kids, testers, dealers, and reps. Demonstrated ability to manage detailed projects and deliver outstanding products on time and on budget. Prefer those with knowledge of optics development. Entrepreneurial spirit with a desire to take on increasing levels of management responsibility preferred. Knowledge of the snowboarding industry is a plus.

Contact Jill Bongiolatti at: jobs@burton.com.

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Product Manager – anon optics

anon optics is seeking a Product Manager to be responsible for managing the conceptualization, development, and manufacturing of the anon optic line. As always, the goal is to deliver the best products in the industry at every price point, on time, and on budget.

Involves developing and maintaining relationships with riders, developers, designers, engineering, testing, R&D, marketing, sales, and vendors, and incorporating their feedback appropriately to create a cohesive product line. Responsible for managing the development of timelines and coordinating production planning, as well as negotiating pricing with vendors and presenting product at sales meetings, round tables, and tradeshows. Develops product line plans and product briefs, including justification of investments.

Requires a Bachelor's Degree in engineering, industrial design, or business with 3 years of experience in direct product development and/or product management. Contact Jill Bongiolatti at: jobs@burton.com.

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