Strategic Product Manager Internship
About this Job
Esurgi is looking for a motivated and self-driven Strategic Healthcare Product Manager Intern from September to January. The Strategic Healthcare Product Manager Intern at Esurgi will be in charge of developing a roadmap for products based on input from internal stakeholders, customers, market research, and industry insight. This is an unpaid internship.
● Manage product planning, deliverables, client relations, and marketing throughout the product life cycle.
● Identify key benefits and value of the products
● Create and maintain marketing plans
● Establish a vision for the products, with consideration of launching the product through a number of sales channels, including e-commerce and door-to-door.
● Strong analytical and interpersonal skills
● Interested in healthcare
● Ability to communicate effectively with executives and high-level management
● Self-motivated and detail-oriented
● Aptness to build strong client relationships
● Capable of working remotely, independently, and as part of a collaborative team
● Majoring in Business, Management, Finance, or any related field
● Experience within consulting, and venture capital
● Understanding of how to launch a product
● A firm understanding of marketing and business operations within a startup environment
● We have a strong internship program, where interns work directly with an outward-facing executive
● You will be gaining a great mentorship with one of our executives with a background as a Faculty Medical Instructor and Research Associate in institutions such as UCLA.
● Increase your presence in the healthcare community.
ESURGI is a bio-health technology startup company. Our products include physical medicine, and rehabilitation and physical therapy, and medication reconciliation. ESURGI executives have built and developed successful technology companies. One of the companies in the Fortune Magazine as the World’s Most Admired Companies and Forbes Fast Tech 25. Our executives have a medical research background in institutions, such as UCLA.
About our Internships:
An archetypical internship at Esurgi is essentially a special project in the work setting. The interns will be assigned a mentor with an executive background. The intern and the mentor will develop an internship plan. This will be based on the intern educational background, career goals, and realistic (preferably interdisciplinary / team) projects within the Esurgi sphere. The plan includes objectives, success factors, and deliverables. The intern and mentor will meet regularly to review the progress and plan of the intern. Typical conversations: How would you measure this in that context? I am curious about why you did not suggest those approaches. Given these available data sources, what would be your approach to calculating that?