Strategy & Product Lead

Job Locations CA-AB-Calgary
Position Type
Regular Full-Time



Harvest Builders is a talent studio building world-class teams to fuel innovation tech ventures across North America. Through our network, upskilling and international recruitment programs, we’re maximizing talent potential and growing the pool of quality tech talent to propel North America’s technology ventures in driving global change. 


In the world of technology and early-stage ventures, being able to build and scale high-performing teams goes beyond just finding talent. Our playbook adapts to the unique stage a company is in, and builds for what’s next. 


We’re looking for a Sr. Strategy & Products member to join our team in Calgary. Collaborate with fellow high-performing contributors with dynamic backgrounds and deliver state-of-the art strategy to drive our growth.


What you'll be doing:

  • Create and implement business strategies which involve quantitative analysis, conceptualization and communication of strategic solutions

  • Evaluate and spearhead go-to-market strategies for potential new venture products and services 

  • Use your technical product management expertise to develop product roadmaps for new venture products and services 

  • Work with leadership to problem-solve key issues and provide actionable recommendations leveraging your strategic insights and business sense

  • Complement your interpretation of financial models with strong market analysis ability

Who we're looking for:

  • You have successfully obtained an MBA/other advanced degree (Finance, Engineering, etc) and you benefit from at least three years of consulting or industry experience in roles related to any consulting  

  • Strong quantitative, analytical, and conceptual problem-solving skills combined with outstanding business acumen

  • Ability to work well under pressure in a demanding environment

  • High level of adaptability to a frequently changing professional and social working environment


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