Part of our core value is efficiency in everything we do. This includes how we add new members to the team.
We built this tool to help us efficiently filter the winners from the posers. Shall we start?
Let us first introduce ourselves.
We're a small, energetic team that is building products that actually adds value to a lot of people. We're small enough to be focused and effective even while we're growing quickly. We put a lot of effort into making our home base a fun place for working and getting things done; we only hire when the timing and person are right.
FourPoint.Zero is a small technology company, bootstrapped, profitable, and chaotic good.
We want someone who loves to do great work, who loves to think, who loves new opportunities, and who wants to change the world.
FourPoint.Zero's culture is focused on entrepreneurship.
No matter how good you are when you come in, it is our goal to make every day a day for you to challenge yourself,
find opportunities to create new business, and make yourself some money.
Coding, programming, marketing, show-and-tell - whatever it takes, we want you to do it to make you a success.
We don't offer competitive salaries, and fancy health benefits... but we offer stock options, partnerships, real world learning experience, flexible hours, a fun and revitalizing work place, and opportunities for you to follow your entrepreneurial dreams.
Please DO NOT apply if:
At a startup, everyone does a little of everything, so we need strong generalists. More importantly, it's hard to predict the future, so we need people who can adapt.
A great product manager usually makes the difference between winning and losing. Product management combines elements of other specialties - engineering, design, marketing, sales, business development. Product management is a weird discipline full of oddballs and rejects that never quite fit in anywhere else.
So what do we look for in a PM?
Raw intellectual horsepower.We'll take a wickedly smart, inexperienced PM over one of average intellect and years of experience any day. Product management is fundamentally about thinking on your feet, staying one step ahead of your competitors, and being able to project yourself into the minds of your colleagues and your customers.
This next hire will "own" a product that will generate a lot of money. We want to make sure we get it right.
So, what's next?
We are currently filtering applicants for this position. The ensuing questions will help us determine who would best fit the position.