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API Product Manager
MINNEAPOLIS MN 55405
Category: Banking, Insurance
  • Your pay will be discussed at your interview

Job code: lhw-e0-89830455

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  Job posted:   Fri May 18, 2018
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API Product Manager

Do you have a passion for the convergence of technology and business? Have you worked with APIs? We at U.S. Bank are seeking API Product Managers to help us build the bridge between the business and technology teams for API development projects.



The API Product Manager is responsible for creating API products based on U.S. Bank service offerings. The API Product Manager ensures API products are designed and built to high standards, are easy for developers to implement, and can support the widest possible number of use-cases. The API Product Manager must possess a combination of technical and product knowledge in order to cater to their user: application developers.



The API Product Manager must understand how APIs are accelerating and disrupting businesses and apply that knowledge to conduct market research and create new business models and channels for U.S. Bank through the use of APIs.





About the Team



The U.S. Bank Enterprise API team contributes significantly to enabling our customer-focused experience. We are the first bank to use mobile to open accounts and we are using our data intelligence to bring a next-generation, holistic experience to customers across U.S. Bank.





The top challenges for the team are delivering APIs for our rapidly evolving product, balancing development velocity with API consistency, and improving the architecture to handle the scale of 2.5 million daily customers conducting transactions through mobile, online and other digital channels. Read our growth strategy at -us-bank.html.





Responsibilities:



o Work with Product team to translate business and functional requirements into API User Stories



o Apply product management, industry, and market expertise to brainstorm and create additional use-cases for the API



o Manage a technical API analyst who translates the user stories into an API specification using Swagger



o Make product roadmap decisions and have overall ownership of the API as a product. Prioritize work and make strategic decisions on cutting or adding features during the development cycle



o Work with marketing team to develop a marketing plan for the API



o Contribute to API testing phases when requirement decisions must be made



o Own all API documentation including documents for developer support, security, sales, sales training, marketing



o Create monetization strategy for APIs





U.S. Bank will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance


**Qualifications:**


Basic Qualifications

- Master's degree, or equivalent work experience

- 10 or more years of experience in project management and leadership activities

- Five or more years of managerial experience






Preferred Skills/Experience

- 4 years of experiencing managing IT Products


- 1 year of Agile experience



- Strong verbal and written communication skills



- High attention to detail and visual presentation



- 2 years of designing, programming, testing, or supporting APIs (though no API programming will be required for this specific role)



- 2 years of Agile experience



- 2 years of technical writing experience



- Excellent presentation skills and comfort presenting complex information to senior leadership




**Job:** Project Management / Analysis


**Primary Location:** Minnesota-MN-Minneapolis


**Shift:** 1st - Daytime


**Average Hours Per Week:** 40


**Requisition ID:** 180018642


**Other Locations:** CA-CA-San Francisco, Georgia-GA-Atlanta


U.S. Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse workforce.
U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.

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