Every year, while Americans wait for their paychecks, more than $1 trillion of their hard-earned money is held up in the pay cycle. As a result, they accumulate over $50 billion in late and overdraft fees and turn to high-interest loans.
Our financial system doesn’t work for people. But Earnin does.
Earnin is an app that lets people get paid the minute they leave work, with no fees, interest, or hidden costs. Users simply tip what they think is fair, and receive their money in their bank account instantly.
Earnin’s mission to build a financial system that works for people is supported by funding partners including Andreessen Horowitz, Matrix Partners, Ribbit Capital, Felicis Venture, Thrive Capital, and others.
Join us and help build a new financial system!
About the role:
As a Senior Product Manager at Earnin, you'll work on building exceptional products that meaningfully improve customers' lives while fundamentally changing the financial system for the better. It's a huge challenge.
To do this, you'll lead a cross-functional team of engineers, designers, and data scientists to pursue products and features that make the most impact for customers. You'll define your KPIs and set stretch goals for the team. You'll rigorously make decisions based on customer data and feedback. You'll develop conviction in your plan of action and inspire the team, clearly communicating and over communicating your thinking. You'll take risks and make mistakes, and you'll roll with the punches at a company that's scaling fast.
Ultimately you'll be responsible to your customers.
What we're looking for:
Earnin is the new, faster way to get your paycheck. Unlike traditional, rigid paychecks that only show up every two weeks, Earnin gives you access to your pay as you earn it -- any time, any day, right from your smartphone. Earnin charges no fee or interest for using the service: instead, with each transaction users are given the opportunity to pay what they believe is fair. Launched in 2014, Earnin is driving consumer-empowered finance through mobile technology by breaking open more than $1 trillion held up in America's pay cycle. Current funding partners include Andreessen Horowitz, Matrix Partners, Ribbit Capital, Felicis Ventures, March Capital Partners, Trinity Ventures, Thrive Capital, and Camp One Ventures.