Product Manager, Analytics

Waltham, MA
Full Time
Product Management

Glytec is helping medical professionals save lives and improve health outcomes by enabling them to keep hospital patients' blood glucose in a safe range. Our FDA-cleared eGlycemic Management System (eGMS) uses the latest technology and clinical research to deliver personalized glycemic management and insulin dosing. We are preparing for a phase of rapid growth and are looking for a talented and seasoned Product Manager to build our Analytics roadmap and deliver the capabilities needed to overachieve our goals.

Job Description Summary:

The Product Manager, Analytics, will work to tell the story of the results Glytec delivers through data. You’ll work closely with customers, internal stakeholders and industry thought leaders to define and deliver an Analytics offering that demonstrates the ROI of the Glytec product offerings and empowers users to make better operational and clinical decisions with data. 


  • Gathering customer and stakeholder feedback, writing epics and user stories, helping develop and refine the Analytics roadmap, and partnering with your agile team on execution.
  • Designing reports, dashboards and KPIs that help our customers understand the value they are getting from the Glytec product to make better operational and clinical decisions. 
  • Driving organizational alignment around data governance and being an evangelist for great data practices.
  • Working with the agile team to refine their process, get more predictable in delivering value and plan effectively with adjacent teams.
  • Releasing new content to market in partnership with Marketing and Customer Success. Evangelizing the Analytics offering internally and with our customers.

Skills & Qualifications:

  • You’ve had 3-5 of experience as a Product Manager, Product Owner or Business Analyst in a fast-moving, small organization. You are passionate about developing as a product manager and want to learn and grow with a team of high-performing PMs. 
  • You are passionate about data! You probably have a mug that says “I 💓 data.” You love to read about data visualization best practices and can bring those into your roadmap. 
  • You ask the big questions. You gather your own data and use it to form opinions.  
  • Outstanding skills in data analysis, including familiarity with probability and statistics. You don't shy away from dabbling in SQL, writing the occasional query or two to prototype a report. 
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills. A great collaborator who works well with others and drives consensus. 
  • You are excited to make a difference in healthcare and are committed to building a kind, inclusive culture. 
  • Have knowledge of data warehousing technology. 
  • Have familiarity with BI tools such as Tableau, Spotfire, or Qlik.

Working Conditions:

  • Limited travel may be required.

Additional Notes

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by personnel assigned to this classification.  They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.  All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

All offers of employment are contingent on the results of references, a background check, and a drug test.


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