Job Description

At Paradox, our mission is to share our passion for people, deliver magical talent experiences, and drive talent obsession in organizations around the world. We’re a Scottsdale-based startup revolutionizing recruiting through the power of assistive intelligence. Our flagship product, Olivia is the AI assistant helping companies to transform global talent acquisition and candidate experience.


We’ve experienced triple-digit growth over the past year and we are looking for a driven Software Product Management Intern who can help us build amazing software. This individual will work closely with our product & engineering teams to bring our visions to life. We iterate quickly so this individual must have a bias towards action, the ability to think on their feet, and the drive needed to excel in a startup environment.


Software Product Management Interns Should Have: 

  • Passion for solving complex problems creatively at scale
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and drive focused resolution in a fast-paced environment
  • Self-starter with the ability to bring new ideas to life, take ownership, and be accountable to our teammates & clients
  • Ability to work a minimum of 20 hours/week 
  • Reliable transportation


Software Product Management Interns Love to: 

  • Take abstract ideas & turn them into easy-to-use products
  • Work with customers & teammates to define and execute product initiatives
  • Hands-on support and development of software product enhancements 
  • Manage a full feature life-cycle from research and design through development and launch


Why You Should Work at Paradox: 

  • Work side by side with passionate, purposeful people - Talent is our DNA and we pride ourselves on having the best!
  • Ability to make a big impact on a growing organization and drive your own career
  • The opportunity to build the next big thing in recruiting technology through this paid internship
  • Internal and external professional development, coaching, and continuous education opportunities