Freeletics aims to be the number one fitness- and lifestyle company in the world. The new basis for human strength. A decision. We empower people to be happy and fulfilled, by making them the strongest version of themselves. Physically and mentally. And therefore create a very intimate relationship with our customers. We build products that give people confidence, physical fitness and willpower. The most motivating and efficient fitness training system in the world. And a platform to motivate and educate, with a community of 5 million athletes. All accessible via our mobile- and web apps.
And this is just the beginning. Further development of our training system, social features, sports- and lifestyle apparel and our global expansion are just some of our topics in 2015.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR AN ENTREPRENEURIAL PRODUCT MANAGER (M/F)
You are smart and driven? Just finished university, or in your first job? You want to have real responsibility with impact on the lives of millions of people - from day one? Then take the fastest track to become a top-notch Product Manager at Freeletics.
We are searching for three outstanding high potentials to be our Entrepreneurial Product Managers. This role is designed to develop exceptional candidates into high-impact leaders at the core of the Freeletics experience. As fast as possible. You will play a decisive role in a dedicated team that will build a brand new Freeletics product. From day one, you will conceptualize, drive and deliver powerful product features and services. Within a short time, you will manage a motivated team of engineers and designers. As an Entrepreneurial Product Manager you will bridge the business and technical worlds; your role playing a crucial role to build a unique user experience.
Working closely together with the Freeletics founders themselves, you are going to shape the Freeletics experience for millions of users all around the globe. This is one of few chosen positions that will significantly influence a whole new Freeletics product. Move millions of people, not three people in a meeting room. Dare to have real impact. Dare to make real experiences and real mistakes. Learn from them and do it better next time. Tear down walls and never accept no for an answer.