The COVID-19 crisis has dramatically affected the global economy and job market. And unfortunately, PMs are not immune to these negative changes, with many organizations reducing the size of their product teams. However, a number of businesses are continuing to invest in their product as a differentiator and preparing for a successful post-COVID future. Below is a list of just a few of the companies currently hiring product people.

Companies currently hiring product professionals

Each of these organizations posted a product management job within the last week, and most are hiring for more than one position. We’ve broken down the list by size/brand recognition and seniority level and called out two that are hiring remote PMs.

Big names

You’ve definitely heard of these companies, and all of them are looking to hire multiple product pros right now.

Amazon: The retail giant is seeking product managers of all seniority levels and in locations around the globe.

Capital One: Banking company Capital One is hiring literally hundreds of product managers at the moment, with most positions based out of their Richmond, VA headquarters.

Cisco: Our RTP-based neighbors are looking for PMs for their security and buying programs (among other product positions).

Dropbox: File hosting and sharing service Dropbox is filling product positions in San Francisco and Seattle.

Facebook: The social media network is hiring product managers for a variety of apps and services, including Messenger, Instagram, Oculus, and WhatsApp.

Netflix: The streaming service is looking to hire dozens of PMs at their Los Gatos, CA HQ.

Snap Inc.: The company behind Snapchat and Bitmoji is hiring both PMs and product designers.

Square: Mobile payment company Square is looking to fill a number of product management roles for its various platforms.

Tesla: If you want to work at the cutting edge of tech, Tesla is seeking PMs for industrial and energy products.

Remote positions

Looking for a work-from-home product position? Both of these companies are hiring remote PMs.

Care.com: If you’ve ever looked for a babysitter, you’ve probably come across Care.com. Currently, they’re seeking product managers and product designers.

Livongo: Healthcare company Livongo is hiring a number of product managers and designers in both San Francisco and Denver.

Entry-level

If you’re just getting started in your product career, consider applying to some of these entry-level positions.

Instacart: Grocery delivery app Instacart is thriving right now due to the coronavirus pandemic, and they’re looking to fill a few product roles.

Niantic, Inc.: The company behind Pokémon GO is looking for product managers for that game in particular.

Senior-level

The following two companies are currently hiring senior product managers with at least 3+ years of experience.

Rally Health: This digital health tracker company is seeking to fill multiple senior PM roles in their San Francisco and Chicago offices.

Ring: Video doorbell and security company Ring has senior-level product management roles available in the United States and Taiwan.

Director- and executive-level

The two companies below are hiring for both director of product management and VP of PM positions.

Mastercard: Leading payments and banking company Mastercard is seeking to fill VP of product management roles in their Singapore location, and a number of director-level PM jobs in the US and Canada.

Sephora

Popular beauty retailer Sephora is hiring for two director of product management roles in San Francisco.

Organizations and resources

If you’re looking for additional resources related to job-searching as a PM or connecting with other product professionals, the following organizations can help.

Black Product Managers (BPM)

BPM is a community of diverse product managers focusing on networking, career development, and increasing the representation of black product professionals across industries. In addition, they offer mentorship opportunities, workshops, and training programs.

Women in Product (WIP)

WIP is a nonprofit organization with affiliated member chapters in cities around the world. Their aim is to help women build and move up in their product careers. They also have an active Slack community and are hosting a fantastic virtual event in October of this year.

The ProductCraft Slack channel

Our newly-launched Slack channel is a great place to connect with other product managers, discuss best practices and tips of the trade, ask questions, and get career advice. We’ve got over 400 awesome members so far — you can join the conversation here.

We wish you the best of luck in your product management job search!

About the Author

Kristen is the managing editor of ProductCraft. Previously, she was a writer at Devada (formerly DZone). She has a passion for fashion and even ran her own fashion-tech startup for a while. A Syracuse native, Kristen now lives in Raleigh and is really enjoying the weather.