Rapidly growing startup seeks Product Management Intern – Both J-Term Internships and Winter Semester Field Studies will be considered.
RelayRides is a peer-to-peer carsharing service (Think: eBay meets Zipcar), and we launched a pilot of the service this summer in Cambridge, MA. We make it easier for people to live car-free, leading to fewer cars on the road, less driving, and lower household expenses. At the same time, we provide a substantial income to a car owner, providing critical income during tough economic times. RelayRides is a funded startup with 15 employees, was founded by a 2010 HBS Grad, Shelby Clark, and has received broad press coverage in The Economist, New York Times, Time Magazine, among many others. Check us out at www.relayrides.com.
It's an incredibly exciting time at RelayRides, and we're looking to add a Product Management Intern to the small, but growing team.
Details on the opportunity:
*Responsible for developing strategies for evaluating our product features for performance, accuracy, recall and emotional response.
*Techniques may include multivariate (A/B) testing, hallway testing, unmoderated testing and other forms quantitative and qualitative research.
*Design and engineering resources will be available to implement lightweight mockups and other collateral to enable a test plan with short iterations.
*The candidate and their research will have considerable impact on the vision and details of the RelayRides product and will result in meaningful changes to the in-car, online and mobile customer experience.
Ideally you are:
*Self-motivated and capable of not only developing, but executing our testing strategy.
*Familiarity and interest in online communities and marketplaces is a plus.
*Excited to get your hands dirty at a rapidly growing startup.
Interested? Please e-mail your resume and a short paragraph on why you’re interested to email@example.com .
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