Product Manager

Leidos - Reston, VA3.7

Job Description:
careC2™, a Leidos Health Products and Services

Leidos makes the world safer,
healthier and more efficient through information technology, engineering and
science. careC2™, a Leidos Health
Products and Services business, is delivering on this mission with a next
generation care coordination software solution that enables the healthcare
enterprise to effectively and efficiently manage the delivery of care. This single, consolidated environment for managing
episodes of care with a real-time, common view for all care providers -
including patients, families, clinicians and other care givers or coordinators
  • reduces variation and potential issues as it follows the patient through each
phase of their medical care treatment, measuring how well the care providers
are performing against and expected outcome.
We are re-imagining how we provide visibility, oversight and management
of patients across the entire care continuum that is based on consolidated
views of the patient's priorities and holistic, actionable insights aimed at
improving productivity and enhancing the patient experience.

We seek experienced health care
disruptors driven to push the boundaries of what healthcare is and redefining
aspects of the industry altogether. We
need doers who want to run fast and shape a new product-line business that is well
supported by a large, well-established and aggressively growing organization!

Product Manager

careC2™ is growing and we seek a Product
Manager for our careC2 product that is based in Reston, VA with remote
work arrangements considered. Quantum is
a first-of-its-kind clinical workforce planning and optimization solution.

This position plays an essential role in
helping careC2™ support high quality delivery of solutions to a rapidly
developing customer base. He/she will
have the responsibility and autonomy over the strategy, roadmap, and feature
definition for the product line. The
position may also include marketing, forecasting and profit & loss (P&L)
support responsibilities. The Product
Manager will document these responsibilities in a comprehensive product plan in
collaboration with strategy, product quality and delivery, engineering and
customer implementation teams. He/she is
accountable for the end-to-end life cycle of the product and its performance
within the market and our customers.

This is not a typical Product Manager
role. We need experienced healthcare
professionals who are well versed in "big company" solution delivery and
customer implementations, but nimble and agile enough to excel in the ambiguity
of a start-up environment. Above all, we
need doers who can self-direct and are poised to disrupt and transform
traditional healthcare models.

Responsibilities and Duties

Activities span from strategic to

tactical across the following objectives:
Establishing a
compelling product vision that is aligned with overall strategy,
differentiated, and delivers unique value based on customer needs or demands.Defining what the
product team will deliver and when it will be delivered. This includes creating a prioritized and
thematic release plan that resonates in the market.Providing
cross-functional leadership, most notably between sales / marketing and
engineering teams, customer implementation and engineering teams, and strategy
and customer implementation teams. Developing,
updating, and communicating the product roadmap and product plan.The Product Manager will assure
market viable solutions are well-defined in comprehensive product plans. Such plans embody the understanding of market
opportunities and needs, customer requirements and how to uniquely solve for
them through a prioritized set of features.
It is used to guide the engineering team in how and when to build the
solution.Product Managers will gather
market and customer research, gather competitive intelligence and identify /
communicate relevant industry trends. This
is translated into a product definition that includes:Strategy and
definition and roadmapRelease
management and operating planSales and support
trainingThe product definition is then
incorporated into a go-to-market plan that includes:Competitive
positioning and messagingMarketing and
customer communications plansProduct launchesProduct
monitoring and maintenance plan

Flexibility to perform other
duties as required by business conditions or as assigned.


Bachelor's degree
in business, healthcare, or technical discipline; Master's degree preferred.12+ years of
relevant healthcare domain experience.5+ years of
domain expertise in resource planning and allocation, workforce management,
labor forecasting and optimization strategies, and demand-driven staffing
models.Proven knowledge
of healthcare systems, designs, and regulatory concerns.Practical
experience with the clinical workforce - the different needs in specialties,
settings of care, health systems and geographies.Strong analytical
skills and working knowledge of product requirements specifications, quality
management and reporting.

knowledge of go-to-market strategies and how they relate to customer and
software implementation strategies.Demonstrated
problem solving skills and an ability to multi-task.Demonstrated
ability to work independently, in a cross-functional and highly distributed
team environment.Demonstrated
high-level of integrity and business ethics; ability to model expected
behaviors across teams.Ability to
maintain complete confidentiality and discretion in business relationships.Strong functional
knowledge of Agile development methodologies.Excellent
communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills; ability to
interface effectively with the customer and internal stakeholders at all