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Product Owner

CE Broker is looking for a Product Owner to enhance its suite of continuing education management products, which serve hundreds of thousands of users from state board administrators to individual licensed practitioners.

We are a fast growing company with an energetic, forward-thinking team. Check out your future coworkers on our CE Broker culture Instagram account.

Why CE Broker:

  • Three-time award winning "best company to work for" by Outside and Florida Trend Magazines!
  • Laid back office - Bringing your best self to work doesn't have to mean wearing a suit. 
  • Medical, dental, and vision benefits: “An apple a day…” doesn’t always work. 
  • Wellness benefits: We’ll pay your gym fees and get you discounts on organic produce.
  • Retirement plan with company matching - Live for today... but plan for the future too!
  • Ownership-thinking incentive bonus - when we work together for success, we all win!

Day-to-Day Responsibilities:

A CE Broker Product Owner manages a backlog of important product features and works with developer and QA teams to add value to our online offerings. This individual needs to become intimately aware of all of the pain points and needs of our users, and interact with all sorts of technical and nontechnical stakeholders in order to make a real difference in the lives of our customers.  Multiple projects are underway at any given time, and the Product Owner is responsible for delivering value in a timely manner across the entire family of CE Broker products.

In a typical work day, the Product Owner spends time with various stakeholders, prioritizing the features that go into each product depending on their urgency and importance, and ensuring that whatever we do is aligned with our mission and product vision. They also meet with members of development teams to present these items and plan increments of work.

Requirements & What You Bring To The Team:

  • Energy and enthusiasm! We want to work with people who are as excited about life (and their work) as we are.
  • Strong diplomatic mindset and desire for win-win problem solving.
  • Experience in setting priorities for both new and established products.
  • Leadership/decision-making experience: manage products and work with the competing interests, needs, and priorities of multiple people/departments.
  • Extremely strong organizational skills: be a diligent note-taker (or have the memory of an elephant)
  • Demonstrated interested in technology, particularly web-based.
  • Dedication to constant learning and can demonstrate a history of personal growth.
  • Ability to work both independently and with a remote team.
  • Experience working in an environment with complex business requirements.
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to explain complex scenarios in a simple way. This position requires frequent phone, video, and face-to-face interaction, and a successful Product Owner needs to be able to maintain composure even in stressful situations.
  • Bachelor's degree or higher preferred.

With your application:

Our company is driven by our core values: Live Balanced, Think Green, Pursue Growth & Learning, Embrace & Drive Change, Wow Customer Service, and Good Design is Good Business.

**In your cover letter, tell us which of our values resonates with you. We love people who get creative! **

If you think you've got all the right stuff for this position, please submit the cover letter and resume at

We look forward to hearing from you!

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