product-management

Product Management.

Help bring new products to life.

Product Management careers are challenging and allow you to use many parts of your brain – analytical, technical, creative and financial. You also get to interact with a great mix of different team members. Product Management positions also give you a chance to impact the lives of both veterinarians and animals by bringing new products like pharmaceuticals, flea & tick control, vaccines, animal nutrition or medical devices to life.

Potential jobs in this field

  • Assistant Product Manager
  • Product Manager
  • Product Development Scientist
  • Product Development Manager
  • Product and Marketing Manager
  • Sr. Product Development Director

Potential Degrees Needed

  • Bachelor’s in Marketing
  • Bachelor’s in Business
  • Bachelor’s in Finance
  • MBA for upper level positions

Types of things you'll do

  • Manage product planning and product marketing
  • Define the product strategy and road map
  • Gather and prioritize product and customer requirements
  • Define the product vision
  • Develop the positioning and messaging around the product
  • Work closely with Research & Development or engineering teams to deliver effective products
  • Develop a budget to ensure success
  • Collaborate with sales, marketing and support to help ensure revenue and customer satisfaction goals are met
  • Work with external marketing and advertising agencies
  • Ensure the product and marketing efforts support the company’s overall strategy

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