At Synology, we put our users first. We create a wide variety of products, both hardware and software. Your role involves a great deal of collaboration between engineering, design, and management teams. The Product Management team works closely with our software developers to guide products from conception to launch. As part of the Product Management team, you bridge the technical and business worlds as you design services that our users love. You will understand and analyze user needs, help to define a product vision and strategy, and work with engineers to build and launch new features.
You’ll fit right in if:
1. You like challenges. Some projects are difficult because of certain reasons, such as needing to support legacy clients, or due to a very specific business concern. You need to understand, resolve them, or work around these roadblocks.
2. You are creative. Do you think you can do something better? Draft up a presentation, draw a few wireframes, and prepare that proposal! Synology is open to new ideas, regardless of which project you’re assigned to. If you have an idea, we’re all ears.
3. You find motivation and pride in your projects. You’ll do whatever it takes to make sure your project shines, whether that means thinking out of the box, drafting up plans or SOPs that aren’t usually your responsibilities.
4. You are a problem solver at heart. You often spot potential problems or issues and work to resolve them.
5. You communicate well with others, even if you need to compromise or need to settle for something that was different from what you had in mind. You should work well with your team members and people from other departments.
6. You aren’t afraid of failure. Learn, and try again. Even the brightest, most-successful people fail sometimes. Your attitude is just like theirs, you brush it off, learn from it, and keep going.
1. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent practical experience. 2. You have experience with building or using multi-drive storage devices/enclosures, such as FreeNAS DIY boxes, Thunderbolt DAS units, or other NAS or SAN devices.