About the Role
Partner closely with product, engineering, analytics and business teams to launch and manage platform level content discovery products across multiple markets
Lead development of a comprehensive growth strategy for all portfolio products (user engagement and monetization)
Manage daily operations for portfolio products (content calendar, process, promotions, documentation etc.)
Partner with Account Executives and Technical Partner Managers to manage relationships with content partners
Support the Merchandising team with daily workflow, projects, and priorities
We're excited if you have
A minimum of 5+ years experience in product, strategy and operations or consulting
Familiarity with product development and experience launching software products
Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, Business, or equivalent experience
Comfortability leading through influence
Proficiency with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Airtable, Confluence, Jira, etc.
Proficiency navigating, interpreting & translating detailed analytics data
Strong project management skills, attention to detail, excellent organization skills, and ability to manage multiple tasks and responsibilities
Ability to work independently, but aware of when / how to ask for assistance
Skilled communicator with excellent verbal, presentation and written communications
The Roku Culture
Roku is a great place for people who want to work in a fast-paced environment where everyone is focused on the company's success rather than their own.
We try to surround ourselves with people who are great at their jobs, who are easy to work with, and who keep their egos in check.
We appreciate a sense of humor. We believe a fewer number of very talented folks can do more for less cost than a larger number of less talented teams.
We’re independent thinkers with big ideas who act boldly, move fast and accomplish extraordinary things through collaboration and trust.
In short, at Roku you'll be part of a company that's changing how the world watches TV.
We have a unique culture that we are proud of. We think of ourselves primarily as problem-solvers, which itself is a two-part idea.
We come up with the solution, but the solution isn't real until it is built and delivered to the customer. That penchant for action gives us a pragmatic approach to innovation, one that has served us well since 2002.