Product Manager

Description de l'offre d'emploi

In less than 2 years, ubble has become an iconic French player in online identity verification. Its technologies based on real-time video recognition is unique in the world. Traditional players (Carrefour, Crédit Agricole, etc.) and start-ups (Heetch, Bolt, Side, Stuart, etc.) are already among our convinced customers. In the heart of French-tech, ubble offers a pleasant, inspiring and dynamic work environment. 30 employees have already joined us to make the project grow.


    Our product is at the heart of everything we do : everything we design, build, test, sell and sometimes fix. As a Product Manager you will work with sales, customers, users and developers to :

    • Understand business pains and transform them into a product
    • Define the priorities and make the mid-term roadmap clear
    • Write user stories and manage the SPRINT backlog
    • Test with users, drive UX / UI designs with externals, prepare the assets
    • Measure the impact of what your team does with data

We expect you to go beyond the job description. Do things we did not thought of.

Exigences de l'offre d'emploi

You would be a good fit at, if you :

We are looking for exceptional individuals, to build an exceptional product. Ubble’s current team has proven its ability to deliver technologies that experts thought could not exist. We are inventing everyday what the future of online identity verification will be. It means we need people that:

  • Are fast learners, always looking at new ways to improve
  • Have an entrepreneurial mindset
  • Are passionate about new technologies
  • Are nice, kind, helpful when a question or an issue arise
  • Can improvise, think creatively and find simple solutions to solve complex problem

  • Especially for PM position you need to :
    • Have a proven track record as a Product Manager or as a developer in an agile environment
    • Have a MSc in engineering or from a Business School
    • Have an eye for UI designs
    • Are analytical, can dig into statistics to find hidden insights