Director of Product Management

Product

Raanana

Description

DRIVENETS is driving and leading the next generation networks with our Network Cloud solution.

DRIVENETS was founded to solve the “data explosion challenge” - one of the biggest challenges for service providers, content providers, public cloud and enterprises.

Our cutting-edge technology and Network Cloud solution have created a paradigm shift in the economy of networks. With smart and super high-performance bit processing on merchant silicon and commodity hardware, we enable new revenue opportunities as well as lower costs and sustainable growth for our customers, even as Internet usage explodes.

We're looking for a born leader to assume the overall responsibility for our routing software product line.

Responsibilities

  • Manage a team of product managers
  • Define the product strategy and roadmap
  • Lead all planning and execution activities from concept to mass deployment
  • Evaluate and prioritize market and customer requirements
  • Work closely with different groups within the company: engineering, sales, marketing, and the company leadership

Requirements

  • 5+ years of experience in leading product management teams and delivering products
  • Proven experience in B2B product management - building roadmaps, managing product backlogs
  • Vast technical expertise in telco routing network design (e.g., MPLS-TE, SR, L2/L3VPN and its application on top of SoC systems)
  • Understanding of SP, Cloud Providers and High-End Enterprises requirements
  • Knowledge of how live production networks are designed, built, and maintained
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills (both verbal and written)
  • Fluent in English

Required Traits

  • Positive attitude. Maintain a “can do” attitude, contribute, collaborate, and go the extra mile
  • Leadership. Respect, encourage and motivate your team members, cross-functional teams in the organization, and your customers. Assume ownership and set an example
  • Decisiveness. Make balanced decisions while considering deadlines, resource availability, and priority
  • Creativity. Keep an open mind. You don’t need to think outside of the box; you need to redefine the box