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Product Manager - Student Accounts and Financial Aid

Job Req: 2243
Company Entity: Anthology
Community: Product Line Management
Location: United States
Date Posted: Oct 11, 2022
Remote: Yes
Travel Requirements: Occasional

Job Description

Product Manager – Anthology Student: Student Accounts and Financial Aid

Remote - United States



The Opportunity: 

Anthology offers the largest EdTech ecosystem on a global scale, supporting over 150 million users in 80 countries. Our mission is to provide dynamic, data-informed experiences to the global education community so that learners and educators can achieve their goals.   



We believe in the power of a truly diverse and inclusive workforce. As we expand globally, we are committed to making diversity, inclusion, and belonging a foundational part of not only our hiring practices but who we are as a company.  



For more information about Anthology and our career opportunities, please visit 



The role of Product Manager is critical to the successful delivery of product-based services to Anthology clients. The Product Manager, in collaboration with one or more software development managers, acts as a bridge between the product development department and all other areas of the company. Without Product Managers, Anthology would not be able to effectively make the best possible decisions about what problems to solve or when to solve them.



The role of Product Manager will challenge individuals who hold the position to perfect the skills and competencies required to successfully work with software development teams. Product Managers will also further enhance their skills related to working with other types of teams across the organization. Product Managers will learn to identify and diagnose client needs; make opportunity/cost trade-offs when prioritizing roadmaps; and to coordinate efforts across multiple functional areas of the organization in order to successfully develop, release, and support a product line.



Specific responsibilities include:


Product Lifecycle Management

  • Evolving current product capabilities to maintain industry leadership in higher education
  • Working with product teams and other stakeholders to develop and maintain product roadmaps
  • Partnering with product teams to discover product requirements and determine viable development strategies, deliverables, and release dates
  • Defining, developing, marketing, selling, and delivering the product and the product value story in accordance with the product team’s release process
  • Translating product features into customer benefits and work with product marketing to develop messaging and positioning for our sales organization and other internal and external stakeholders


Customer Experience

  • Understanding and advocating for the voice of the customer
  • Tracking results, providing insights, and making recommendations to improve customer experience and ensure realization of intended outcomes



Knowledge Management and Delivery

  • Serving as a subject matter expert and evangelizing the vision both internally and externally
  • Maintaining an understanding of key drivers, issues, and players in the higher ed market
  • Providing quality, written content documentation
  • Developing a comprehensive understanding of relevant competitors and industry trends
  • Attending and presenting at conferences, customer meetings, and the Anthology annual user conference



Leadership and Collaboration

  • Communicating and collaborating throughout the entire organization including with senior leadership, product teams, sales, professional services, marketing, user experience, etc.
  • Collaborating with appropriate departments to assess and update pricing, competitive analysis, and profitability while ensuring client adoption and satisfaction



The Candidate: 

Required skills/qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree or above
  • At least 2-3 years of experience in commercial software product owner and/or product management role or 5+ years of relevant industry experience
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to engage stakeholders and collaborate cross-functionally to achieve results
  • Ability to handle multiple priorities
  • Results/solution-driven approach
  • Strong strategic thinking and presentation skills
  • Business acumen and proficiency with quantitative business analysis techniques
  • Strong understanding of web-based technologies and related design concepts
  • Strong sense of customer and student empathy
  • Passion for education



Preferred skills/qualifications: 

  • Familiarity with Pragmatic Marketing framework or similar product management frameworks
  • Familiarity with postsecondary and secondary education markets
  • Experience with college or university business offices in student accounts



This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required. Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities at any time.    


Anthology is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, protected military/veteran status, or any other legally protected factor. 


This position is not available for candidates residing in the following states: CO, CA, MA







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