Growing up we are taught math, grammar, and science - and yet, the classroom lacks any education around how to move our bodies correctly. Standing, sitting, lifting and moving poorly greatly increases the risk of getting hurt, so it is no surprise that musculoskeletal injuries cost US businesses $87 billion in direct costs every year. $87 billion that could be saved using education.
Worklete’s B2B Digital Health platform is designed to create lasting habits that utilize the fundamentals of human mechanics in motion. Our comprehensive software combines the best-in-class techniques from physical therapy, sports medicine, and athletics - bringing them all together in the workplace.
Worklete’s accessible training program has saved companies millions of dollars on their Workers Comp costs, while also helping save the backs, knees and shoulders of hard-working people.
We've positioned ourselves as leaders in the injury prevention field, and now we're looking for a Product Manager to help us bring our expertise to the entire health and wellness sector.
Our interview process begins with an introductory call to help you better understand the opportunity, and so that we can understand what you're looking for in your next role. This should help us both understand if Worklete could be a good fit for you given your interests.
Next, we do a functional call where we learn more about your background and what you've accomplished. This is an opportunity to show off your experience, and how you think it could fit well with what we're looking for.
Finally, you'll be invited on-site so you can meet with a range of our team members. We're a small and collaborative group, so you'll be working closely with all departments. Our onsite interview is designed to understand how you like to function in a small, fast-paced and collaborative environment, as well as assess your technical skills. It will help us get a real sense of what you bring to the team and where you shine!
Depending on the position as a last stage, we may ask candidates to complete an assignment and present it to the team in a final on-site interview. This is a great opportunity to wow us with the quality of your work, and for us to see the way you problem-solve.
We're looking forward to learning more about you!