Product Manager, Oncology

Job Location
180 Kimball Way
South San Francisco, CA 94080
  • Health benefits: Comprehensive benefits including health, dental and vision.
  • Equity: A personal stake in a growing company with a game-changing product.
  • Food: Fully stocked kitchens + lunch and dinner catered by food trucks, local restaurants and farmers’ market purveyors.
  • Fitness: An on-site, fully equipped gym where you can work off your catered lunch. Classes offered daily.
  • Laundry + dry cleaning: Weekly cleaning service right in the office.
  • Socialize: Happy hours, team outings, and a bunch of smart colleagues who don't take themselves too seriously.
Job Description

Over the last few years, we've grown from a dorm room startup to become one of the largest clinical genome centers in the world. With this growth comes the necessity to bring on top-notch talent to help us advance into new frontiers. Counsyl currently seeks to hire a Product Manager to help us expand our presence in the oncology arena and bring new products to market.

 What you'll do

  • Be the owner of a product line: own the vision, execution and follow-through
  • Analyze the marketplace, consumers, and the competition to assess the top product features and specs
  • Create decks, mock-ups and launch strategies to consistently keep the engineering, product design, marketing, and sales teams in constant communication and in-sync
  • Spend time in the field developing relationships with key players such as oncologists at top cancer centers and C-level executives in industry
  • Define quantitative metrics of success; ship; measure; repeat and rally the team to hit aggressive goals
  • At least 5 years experience in oncology-related product development
  • Advanced degree in medicine, computer science, biological sciences, genetics, business, or related fields preferred
  • Intuition about clinical practice, and intuition about how to get the right answers fast when uncertain
  • Prior success as a product manager in a high growth business is preferable
  • High expectation of quality in any product you interact with
  • Strong product instinct to effectively separate signal from noise
  • Enthusiastic about spending 15 - 25% of your time in the field testing hypotheses and closing business
  • Experience with operations and business metric analysis
  • Crisp writer capable of creating the narrative around a product from vision to launch
  • Sick of the waste and inefficiency in healthcare and motivated to change the status quo
How to Apply

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About Our Organization

Counsyl is a technology company that strives to give millions of men and women access to vital information about their bodies, helping them confidently make choices about their lives. The team consists of world class engineers, scientists and clinical experts as well as a renowned engineering and scientific advisory board. Counsyl integrates sophisticated technology with custom robotic automation in its accredited medical laboratory. This focus on technology has made Counsyl a leader in helping patients and doctors communicate about medical results in real time. Its products have won the Wall Street Journal’s Innovation Award for Medicine, and have been named one of Scientific American's "Top 10 World Changing Ideas."

Counsyl’s Family Prep Screen has already helped hundreds of thousands of people discover critical information before having children, and the Counsyl platform extends beyond family preparation to include inherited cancer screening. Counsyl has raised a total of $93M and is privately funded by Founders Fund, Felicis Ventures, Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners, Goldman Sachs, and Google executive David Drummond.

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