Product Manager | TheSecondWheel | Freshers | Job Alert | Career Opportunities | Latest Jobs 2021


Product Manager | TheSecondWheel | Freshers | Job Alert | Career Opportunities | Latest Jobs 2021

About Company

We’re TheSecondWheel, a Mumbai-based bespoke web design & development studio. We primarily serve small and medium-sized enterprises. We’ve been in the industry for four years. We are a fast-growing company that has had consistent growth since our inception and is continuing on the same path. We enjoy combining attractive design and clever digital products to delight our clients, which keeps them coming back to us.


  • Talk to clients and together come up with the most effective and efficient ways to solve their problems through intelligent product design
  • Define what is to be made & write product/feature requirement documents
  • Lead a team of designer(s) and developer(s) and manage new/ongoing projects
  • Understand client requirements and translate them into inputs that downstream folks (designers, developers) can digest
  • Run sprints, keep track of time and output, and keep everyone sailing along in the right direction
  • Work on quality checks (is the deliverable as per what everyone’s expectation is, functionally as well as aesthetically)
  • Research on newer and better ways to achieve product goals
  • Manage the bottom line of one or more projects over a period of time
Product Manager | TheSecondWheel | Freshers | Job Alert | Career
  • Basic working knowledge of HTML/CSS, JavaScript, PHP will be a bonus (no negative points for not having it)
  • You should be a keen observer when it comes to web products (features/interactions/designs/experiences from new web products should catch your eye and remain stuck in your memory)
  • You should have an appreciation and passion for smartly designed products that are a pleasure to interact with
  • You should listen well & talk well and be able to have a meaningful exchange of ideas with clients and other stakeholders
  • In addition to product sense, you should have a keen business sense (it all boils down to common sense, logic, numbers and these will help you decide what to do next, not necessarily a product management rule book)

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