Position Description: CEB offers a diverse portfolio of products for California lawyers, including both renewing digital subscription solutions and one-time transactional purchases. We are looking for an Ecommerce Product Manager to oversee the management, development, production, testing, and optimization of CEB's transactional online store, ensuring a high-quality purchasing & checkout experience for all customers. The Ecommerce PM will own ecommerce strategy and will maintain site content and performance. You will work closely with other PMs, Product Marketing Manager, and Digital Marketing Manager to develop store content and marketing campaigns. Qualified candidates will be organized, process driven, and have excellent strategic and prioritization skills. You will like this role if you are comfortable being the driving force behind CEB's ecommerce experience, can articulate what needs to change and why from the customer's perspective, and can simultaneously put out fires today while planning for feature development six months down the road.
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