Principal Product Manager


Posted on 5/15/2024



1,001-5,000 employees

Financial technology services with fee-free features


Compensation Overview

$185,800 - $267,100Annually

+ Bonus + Equity


San Francisco, CA, USA

Required Skills
Data Analysis
  • Minimum of 8-10 years of experience as a Product Manager, with a focus on marketing technologies.
  • Proven track record of successfully leading and delivering large-scale marketing technology initiatives, ideally in a fast-paced, data-driven environment.
  • Deep understanding of a wide range of marketing technologies and platforms, including CRM, marketing automation, measurement and attribution analytics, personalization, bid optimization, media ad platforms, content management, and AI-driven solutions.
  • Expertise in data privacy regulations and compliance, with the ability to navigate complex data governance requirements.
  • Exceptional strategic thinking, with a demonstrated ability to translate business objectives into actionable marketing technology strategies.
  • Strong analytical mindset, proficient in analyzing complex data sets, deriving insights, and making data-driven decisions.
  • Excellent leadership, communication, and stakeholder management skills, with the ability to influence and inspire cross-functional teams.
  • Proven experience in driving innovation, championing new technologies, and fostering a culture of experimentation.
  • Strategic Planning: Develop and execute a forward-thinking marketing technology strategy that aligns with business objectives and positions the company as a leader in the industry.
  • Product Leadership: Take ownership of the entire product lifecycle, from ideation to implementation. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to define product roadmaps, prioritize features, and ensure successful execution.
  • Technology Evaluation and Integration: Evaluate, select, and integrate cutting-edge marketing technologies, ensuring seamless interoperability and data flow between different platforms. Stay abreast of industry developments and partner with marketing to vet new vendors and forge strategic partnerships.
  • Stakeholder Engagement: Partner closely with marketing teams, executives, and other key stakeholders to understand their needs, align technology solutions, and drive adoption. Provide thought leadership and strategic guidance based on deep understanding of marketing technology.
  • Innovation and Experimentation: Foster a culture of innovation by enabling experimentation, A/B testing, and agile methodologies. Partner with Marketing to explore emerging technologies and conduct feasibility studies.
  • Data-driven Decision Making: Enable key performance metrics for marketing performance by partnering with data and analytics teams to derive actionable insights and optimize marketing campaigns.
  • Leadership and Mentorship: Provide guidance and mentorship to junior team members, act as a subject matter expert, and share industry knowledge to drive excellence across the organization.

Chime is a leader in the financial technology sector, offering innovative solutions such as fee-free banking, early paycheck access, and tools to improve credit. The company's commitment to eliminating unnecessary fees coupled with its partnerships with established banks provides a strong competitive edge. Chime fosters a culture of inclusivity and customer-centric innovation, making it an excellent workplace for those passionate about revolutionizing the banking experience.

Company Stage

Series G

Total Funding



San Francisco, California



Growth & Insights

6 month growth


1 year growth


2 year growth



Competitive salary based on experience

401k match plus the usual medical, dental, vision, life, and disability benefits

Generous vacation policy and company-wide Take Care of Yourself Days

Virtual events to connect with your fellow Chimers- think cooking classes, music festivals, mixology classes, paint nights, etc., and delicious snack boxes, too!