Nokia Xpress is an advanced,
cloud-based platform that powers the web and internet experience for Nokia’s
highly successful Asha, Series 40 and Lumia mobile devices.
Combining advanced web-rendering and
compression technology, a web-app platform and deep device integration, Xpress
is setting the benchmark for what an internet experience should be on a
datacenters around the world, Xpress is growing rapidly to amass one of the
largest web audiences in the world.
We are looking for an experienced
internet services product leader to join our team to head our browser and
platform product management team. This is a unique opportunity to join one of
the world’s fastest growing internet services teams in a high impact, highly
Works closely with other Nokia units to gather
consumer and stakeholder requirements.
Responsible for setting product strategy and
driving a unified unit product plan and roadmap combining multiple product
Establishes and maintains clear consumer value
proposition plan as well as competitive benchmarking and overall
Acts as Chief Product Owner for the Xpress
Browser & Optimization product lines to drive strategy into reality.
Manages a team of highly experienced product
Based in Chicago, 25% travel (domestic &
Minimum 3-5+ years experience as Head of Product
Management for mobile or internet services products.
10-15+ years internet product experience with
demonstrated success working in highly technical environments and a consistent
track record of shipping products.
Highly collaborative professional with
experience leading multi-site teams.
Strong business and product strategy skills.
Capable of formulating vision, building consensus around strategy, and rallying
teams to execute.
Startup mindset focused on delivering new innovation
and superior user experience to meet customer needs, but with a focus on global
scale and impact.
Product Life Cycle Management
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