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Core Products Marketing, Product Manager

Job Summary:
This position is an Upstream Product Manager for the Core Products Business with focus on being the category leader for new products in Women's Health and additional strategic areas. Objective is to create strong profitable growth & capturing global market share via identification of new product introductions.
Key Responsibilities and Job Duties:
Manages all aspects of product development from customer sensing to concept development through launch strategy. Proficient in understanding customer needs and workflows
Provides input to 3-year strategic plan. Manage the global growth strategy for the Women's Health business and other strategic areas. This includes organic and inorganic opportunities in collaboration with regional and strategic marketing
Identifies and pursues sources of incremental growth for existing portfolio
Develops business plan and financial analysis for portfolio opportunities
Provides oversight to management of product costs, has input to global pricing of applicable portfolio, and margin maintenance
Strong focus on OUS opportunity identification and development
Marketing lead on requirements definition and R&D project execution
Develops product positioning/messaging for product families, including new products being developed
Driver of the go-to-market strategy/process for portfolio of products
Manages product lifecycle
Collaborates with regional marketing and medical affairs on identification and development of evidence based proof points
Required Background and Qualifications:
4 years of related professional experience
Bachelor's Degree Required, MBA Preferred
Requires knowledge of primary channel(s) for responsible products
Effectively leverage and utilize available analytical tools
Experience with financial modeling to support New Product Development (NPD) decision making
Experience developing product requirements for new technologies preferred
Experience in Go to Market effort on an NPD team preferred
Successful use of market analysis techniques such as ethnography, conjoint analysis, etc.

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