Product Manager

NYC & Remote

Who is MANTL?

MANTL (Techstars NYC ‘16) is a fast growing New York-based FinTech SaaS company that offers a digital banking platform to banks, FinTech, and credit unions. We are creating a company culture where close-knit product, design, and engineering teams collaborate to define products. We are a small, venture-backed team where everyone has a voice at the table; in order to thrive here you’ll need to be a nimble self-starter with a startup mentality and ability to take full ownership of the projects you’ll work on. 

Who makes up our team?

People are our most important asset and the number one reason we all love working at MANTL. As a team we value accountability, transparency and collaboration. We have agile teams with clear, outcome-focused goals. 

We’re a group of passionate technologists with backgrounds spanning engineering, product, and design. We support an open and transparent culture that helps foster productive and engaging discussions. We want to work with inclusive people who understand the importance of treating their colleagues exceptionally well - people who will gladly go out of their way to help others with things big and small.

We are always a work in progress and love hearing feedback from our team.


The Product Managers at MANTL help drive the vision, strategy and continued development of MANTL’s SaaS B2B2C platform. Your job will be to understand problems and champion and execute on the solutions that will enable financial institutions to operate more efficiently across operations, compliance, data, integrations and marketing as they take full advantage of the MANTL system.

We have opportunities available in multiple areas ranging from data and analytics, core banking technology, and our account opening experience.

As a Product Manager, you should bring an entrepreneurial spirit, creative problem solving and user-centric thinking to our team to build new products from minimally viable experiments to iterating and scaling existing products. You will work closely alongside Engineering, Design and other key business partners and report to the Director of Product.


  • Help define and guide the strategic direction of your product and problem area through customer and competitive research 
  • Partner with Engineers, Designers and other key stakeholders turn vision into seamless execution
  • Help drive outcome-focused prioritization of things ranging from huge to small, understanding that what matters most is how the product impacts our customers and our business
  • Ensure cohesion between products and the overall platform through effective collaboration with fellow Product Managers


  • You have 3+ years of experience in product management, product operations, program management or a role that worked closely with product and engineering teams
  • You have a passion for working on large and complex systems where every piece impacts another, and you enjoy making them as simple and elegant as possible
  • You bring experience leading one or more concurrent cross-functional teams of application developers and product designers, bringing all disciplines together through ideation, launch, and iteration
  • You have experience using both quantitative and qualitative data in making product decisions and guiding product strategy
  • You have an exceptional visual intelligence with a “good eye” toward keen aesthetics
  • You have excellent pattern recognition, logic, and quantitative skills that help you think systemically and make collaborate well
  • You have strong written and verbal communication skills and are great at explaining highly complex topics to technical and non-technical audiences
  • You have a can-do attitude and ability to juggle multiple priorities simultaneously


  • Background in Finance, FinTech, or Banking Software
  • Experience working at a venture-backed startup
  • Proficiency in Jira, Confluence, and Service Desk
  • Proficiency with Excel and SQL
  • Experience leading multiple teams

What You'll Like About Us:

  • Competitive pay + equity
  • Full healthcare benefits + vision + dental
  • Commuter benefits
  • Team dinners and happy hours
  • Flexible vacation and working from home
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