Product Manager

Input Logic
Remote
About the role




We’re on the hunt for a Product Manager who can team up with our clients to launch beautifully crafted apps and interfaces.

As a Product Manager, you’re a great communicator with experience taking digital products from idea to launch. You enjoy problem-solving — specifically, weighing client goals and feature requests against the timeline, budget, and teams' capabilities. Since you’re the glue that keeps the designers, coders, and clients all on the same page, you’re super organized. You take great notes and love using tools like Notion, Trello, Figma, and Teamgantt. Managing expectations is second nature to you.

Some of our clients are experienced founders and know exactly what they want, while others are first-timers with just a seed round an an idea. It’s your job to help them turn their ideas into actionable user stories, tasks, a roadmap, and timelines. You're not afraid to talk about extending the budget, but you'd rather cut features than delay a launch.









Ideally, you've put in years as a Designer and have moved into Product Management as your next challenge.

About Input

As a digital product agency, we revel in the joy of the craft and take pride in making apps that people love to use. We seek coworkers who are self-directed learners with enthusiasm, a can-do attitude, intuition for problem-solving, empathy, listening skills, kindness, and respect for diverse perspectives.








Our clients are mostly startups across industries like healthcare, well-being, insurance, finance, and productivity. We're into work/life balance, side projects, flexible hours, and avoiding unnecessary meetings.





Our office is in Nanaimo, on Vancouver Island, and while our team is spread across Canada, most of us are in the Vancouver area. We encourage remote and diverse candidates to apply.

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