Product Growth Manager at Station
Paris, FR

Job description

The web browser you use every single day is a 30 year old piece of technology. And it was never designed for work. Station is on a mission to rethink the way you get work done.

We’re looking for a passionate Product Growth Manager to join us on this adventure!

  • Type: full-time position.
  • Location: in our Paris office (République) or remotely within a 3 hour timezone
  • Company size: we're 9 👋
  • Availability: now 🔥



🚀 What is Station?

Browsers have evolved to become the central way we do pretty much anything: shopping, scheduling, invoicing, monitoring, calling, texting, reading, watching, listening, writing, sharing.

As billions of us started shifting to the browser as our main work tool, we quickly realized that it wasn't adapted. The truth is, web browsers were never designed for work. That is why we built Station: to ease people's workday by centralizing all their web tools in a neat & beautiful interface.

We launched in October 2017, and it's been pretty intense:

  • 30 000+ awesome people use Station every day, 6+ hour per day
  • We won the Product of the Year 2017 award on Product Hunt (against Firefox, Tesla, Opera and Snapchat!)
  • We've been backed by outstanding partners such as YCombinator, Accel Partners, Kima Ventures and eFounders.

👉 More info about who we are just here





🔭 What’s our vision?

We want to build the one app to rule them all: ****a platform that unifies all your web tools in a single interface and that allows you to be 10x more productive at work.

We envision Station as the operating system for SaaS that will:

  1. Provide a delightful user experience, specifically designed for work
  2. Be an open platform for developers to improve the user-experience of their product
  3. Help companies collaborate better across all of the different applications they use




💪 What’s your mission?

As employee #10, you’ll be a key actor in building the browser of the future.

You will take the lead in helping drive user engagement and grow the Station user base by:

  • Conducting a thorough analysis of the entire conversion funnel as well as feature specific funnels (our features here)
  • Come up with creative ways to get users to discover and onboard on the different features of Station
  • Work cross functionally with engineering and design and make proposals in order to improve conversion across the entire funnel



🏝 Benefits

  • Competitive salary and equity
  • A fulfilling, challenging work on a product that’ll be used daily, by millions of people!
  • Off-sites 2 to 3 times a year in some cool places 🏖
  • Healthcare coverage (courtesy of Alan)
  • Last generation Mac laptop
  • Lunchr card for food
  • Non remote — Transportation (50% of the Pass Navigo)


  • 3+ years of XP either as Product Growth or Product Manager in an early-stage company

  • Data Driven
    You love making decisions based on accurate data. You can easily get the data you need and make sense of it.

  • Creative

    You come up with novel ideas and make proposals in order to solve problems you haven't encountered before.

  • Technical
    You have worked with developers in the past and you are able to communicate clearly with a technical team.

  • As one of the first team members of Station, you’ll be key in shaping its future. Kindness, good spirits and a good sense of humor are important things for us: we’ll spend a lot of time together, might as well have fun and enjoy the ride!

Heidi Burns

Community Manager

Heidi joined WIN in February 2016 as Head of Community. Prior to WIN, Heidi founded Project Happy Hearts and has held positions at DocuSign, Eventbrite and H.Bloom. She studied business at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and has her Masters in Social Entrepreneurship from University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business. As a Southern California native she enjoys spending her spare time at the beach and rooting for the Lakers.

Patrick Blute

Community Manager

Patrick Blute is from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Before studying Sustainable Development at Columbia University, Patrick was a travel show host touring in over 54 countries. He has worked with companies such as Switch Communications, BackOffice Associates, National Geographic, and as a theatre producer in New York. He is an active alumni of the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and passionate about content creation, event management, and public speaking. Patrick is extremely excited to work in the intersection of technology and culture.

Jonathan Pines


jp Before joining WIN, Jonathan co-founded GiftRocket (Y Combinator W11) and was a Software Engineer at Facebook. He is also an active angel investor. Jonathan studied math at Stanford and CS at Harvard. He enjoys thinking about interesting ideas and helping founders make them happen.

Kevin Webb


kw Having grown up and been educated in Silicon Valley, Kevin has had little choice but to become completely dependent on the Internet. He studied Human Biology at Stanford, and has worked at companies such as Dash Navigation (acquired by RIM) and FunnyOrDie, as well as the Santa Clara County Public Health Department and the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Kevin’s background lies primarily in writing, web design, and social marketing, and when he’s not working on WIN, he’s generally spending time with friends or writing field shows for the Stanford Band.

Jeremy Schneider


jJeremy Schneider joined WIN as a Senior Associate in January, 2011. Prior to WIN, Jeremy was a Senior Associate Consultant at Bain & Company in San Francisco, where he focused on technology companies and worked in the Private Equity Group. He graduated Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa from Dartmouth College, where he majored in History. He has a Master’s degree in Economic and Social History from The University of Oxford, where he was a Clarendon Scholar. Jeremy grew up in the Bay Area and is thrilled to have the opportunity to work closely with entrepreneurs and to immerse himself in the world of start-ups.

Michael Neril

Co-Founder and Affiliate

Michael has worked with technology startups for 15 years as an advisor, investor, co-founder or operator.   Michael is a co-foundmner of Webb Investment Network (“WIN”), which he launched in 2010. As Managing Director, Michael led all investment activities for the firm, focused largely on enterprise cloud applications, marketplaces, and mobile marketing platforms, investing in over 50 companies across these sectors. Prior to WIN, Michael worked at LiveOps, a cloud-based contact center and labor marketplace, where he ran business development for its next-generation virtual work marketplace.  While there, he also incubated and ran the fastest growing product line within the Company. Michael joined LiveOps after it acquired the second of two technology startups which he co-founded called Ooreka, a virtual work marketplace.  Michael started his career as an investment banker in ING Barings’ Technology Group where he primarily advised venture-backed startups on M&A and corporate finance activities. Michael is also a mentor at several startup accelerators. Michael earned a BA in International Relations from Tufts University.  

Maynard Webb


mw Maynard Webb is a 30-year veteran of the technology industry. An active leader in the technology and business community, Maynard serves as a board member, investor, philanthropist and mentor to young entrepreneurs. As the founder of the Webb Investment Network (WIN), a seed investment firm dedicated to nurturing entrepreneurs, Maynard brings his experience developing and leading high-growth companies. WIN provides its portfolio companies with mentorship and on-demand access to an affiliate network of over 80 industry experts.

Irene Webb


“iw” Irene has been involved in the tech world since 1982. After graduating Rutgers with a degree in statistics, and forecasting sales for Breck and Pine Sol products at American Cyanamid, she went on to earn her MBA from East Carolina University. Eager to begin her tech career outside of her home state of New Jersey, she took a programming job (and later finance roles) with IBM in Boca Raton, Florida where she first met Maynard. Irene later worked at Thomas Conrad and then Quantum Corp before taking leave to focus on her family. She came out of retirement in 2010 to manage WIN's finances. When not managing WIN's budget, Irene enjoys traveling and playing golf.

Katie So’Oto

Executive Assistant

“ks” Katie comes to WIN with years of administrative experience from her prior roles at Tellme, (a Microsoft subsidiary), Russell Reynolds Associates and most recently Sofinnova Ventures. She brings a wonderful, positive attitude and service oriented approach to her role. Katie is a bay area native and lives in Redwood City with her husband and four boys.

Dena Porter

Business Operations Manager

WINteamHeadshotsDPDena brings more than a decade of ‘behind-the-scenes’ productivity and organizational knowledge to the fast-flowing stream of information and infrastructure at WIN. She has held positions in Silicon Valley start-ups fusionOne and Baynote and has teamed with Maynard for years at eBay, LiveOps and now WIN. Dena is fascinated by all things technology keeping her in tune with WIN’s existing and prospective portfolio companies.