Siri - Data Product Lead - Analytics
Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino), California, United States
Software and Services
Would you like to play a critical part in the next revolution in human-computer interaction? Contribute to the advancement of a product that is redefining human-computer interaction, and work with the people who built the intelligent assistant that helps millions of people get things done — just by asking? The vision for the Siri Data organization (comprised of Analytics, Evaluation, and Data Engineering) is to improve Siri by using data as the voice of our customers. Within this organization the mission of the Analytics team is to inform the evolution of Siri through measurement and analysis of the user experience. As the Data Product Lead for Analytics you will own the development and direction of internal applications that shape how the Siri organization leverages its understanding of the user experience to set its development priorities.
- You will lead the coordination between the cross-functional work of UI, UX, information architecture, application developers, and data scientists to build data products that integrate into decision-making in how Siri evolves.
- You will be responsible for capturing requirements from the internal users of data products but also synthesizing undeclared requirements from your knowledge about these users and their goals.
- You will understand how key decisions are made in Siri development and where data products can support them.
- You will launch data products that connect the voice of Siri users to Siri design, engineering, and marketing teams.
- As the owner of a data product's vision you will play a meaningful role in attracting key talent to execute on that vision.
You care deeply about how people use products to accomplish goals. You know how to launch products, getting people excited beforehand but also maintaining interest afterwards to drive adoption and get feedback to guide improvements. You can assess difficult trade-offs, know how to set a product roadmap, and know that sometimes moving slowly now is essential to unlocking large product evolutions later. You have a skeptical eye towards requirements. You know how to assess user needs but also redefine them. You have a high tolerance for ambiguity. You find a way through. You anticipate. You connect and synthesize. You care about craft and design. You appreciate that tools impose structure on how we think. You can move up and down the ladder of abstraction and help your colleagues move up and down as well. You can talk and design on technical matters but are always able to connect that work to the impact it is in service of.