Product Owner

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Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners (NTFP) seeks a dynamic, collaborative & creative Product Owner to lead our product team in the design & development of financial tools that improve the lives of low-income households. NTFP has adopted an agile methodology & launched a small scrum team developing and iterating on applications with a goal of scaling NTFP’s financial empowerment services in innovative & efficient ways, while proving impact & value to the customer. Ideal candidates will have experience in product ownership/ strategy in the financial or social services industry.

NTFP’s mission is to empower low-income individuals to become productive participants in the U.S. financial system and achieve their financial goals. We are cultivating our model as a scalable social venture that incubates technology-led financial services innovations for low-wage workers. We are growing quickly with strong strategic partnerships & foundations support helping us achieve national scale.

Role Summary
•Collaborate closely with subject-matter experts (counselors, program managers, sales, etc.) and project teams to translate client, customer, business and technical needs and priorities into user stories
•Work with program managers and stakeholders in reviewing data, reports on user behavior, and user research to derive insights that can be used to create new product opportunities or features
•Own, build, groom, refine, maintain, and provide visibility of the team backlog with input from key stakeholders
•Lead the agile / scrum team through prioritization, testing, and release of new features
•Capture and define requirements and translate those requirements such that architects and engineers can successfully design and code in accordance with user needs

For full details and qualifications, visit To apply send resume and cover letter to and include “Product Owner” in the subject line of the email.


Jan 26, 2018


Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners


New York, NY 10032


business value
Product development