Product management is responsible for a suite of Oracle's long-term archive solutions and products, including both hardware and software, that span from the enterprise to the midrange markets. Product management interacts with direct, VAD/VAR, and OEM sales channels and is responsible for the entire product lifecycle, including: researching new and existing markets, working closely with engineering for product/solution definition, development of the business case, creation of product launch materials, forecasting, end of life planning, etc..
This is an entry position for someone who is currently completing their MBA or has completed their MBA in the last year.
Work as part of a team that acts as the central resource and driving force for the design, process, manufacturing, test, quality and marketing of product(s) as they move from conception to distribution. Organize interdepartmental activities ensuring completion of the project/product on schedule and within budget.
As a member of the product development division, you will define product specifications and or strategy. Gather and analyze information to define product specifications and review design specifications. Communicate product strategy and functionality. Initiate and foster relationships with other groups. Review product documentation and collateral. Ensure successful product releases based on corporate priorities.
Duties and tasks are varied and complex, needing independent judgment. Fully competent in own area of expertise. May have project lead role and or supervise lower level personnel. BS or MS degree or equivalent experience relevant to functional area. 4 years of software engineering or related experience.
Oracle is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and protected veterans status or any other characteristic protected by law.
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