Product Owner
Reason One
Toronto, ON
Reason One Product Owner
Reason One is growing! We’re looking for an experienced Product Owner with a strategic mindset and a drive to deliver the best possible solution for our wide range of clients. Our ideal Product Owner is comfortable steering a team in working toward a long term project vision—this position is responsible for much more than wrangling a product backlog.

Your role at Reason One
At Reason One, Product Owners act as the bridge between ideation and implementation. They connect and align the project team, bringing business goals and user needs together to create a solution that solves the unique challenges our clients face.

This is an important position within our Strategy Department. You’ll report to our Director of Strategy and work with designers, writers, developers, and other strategists every day. Here, you’ll own product roadmaps and backlogs through the creation and management of user stories, user flows, and use cases—developing a deep understanding of the client and their users along the way.

Must haves
A minimum of 5-7 years total experience working as a Product Owner, Digital Strategist, or, Account Manager, or in similar role

Previous Product Owner or Product Manager experience

Prior work experience at digital agency

Experience working in agile and waterfall methodologies and an understanding of how a Product Owner fits into both

History of leading cross-functional teams to deliver successful digital work

Demonstrated ability to understand complex problems and make strategic decisions throughout the lifecycle of the project

Keen time management skills and ability to nurture multiple projects at once

Ability to collaborate effectively with both local and remote team members

A tolerance for internal/external shenanigans along the way

Nice to haves
Knowledge or experience in general digital strategy, user experience, content strategy, development, web analytics, and/or user research

An understanding of the current digital product development landscape

Knowledge of accessibility standards and best practices, and experience implementing them

A drive to understand how existing tools and processes work—always asking why and looking for ways to improve end results

A day in the life
Dress for comfort in our casual, open-studio environment

Easy commute to our office in downtown Toronto

Collaborate with our cross-border teams in the US and Ireland

Flexible work hours with the ability to work from home when needed

Professional development opportunities like conferences and continuing education

Full benefits package, including extended health, dental, life, and disability

FYI

You must be currently eligible to work in Canada; no exceptions

Please, no agencies or recruiters—none, zilch, zero

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