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Product Operations Manager

define and execute on testnet and mainnet launches for Scroll’s fully EVM-equivalent zkRollup

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updated at

10 months ago

job details

role overview

We are looking for a first product operations manager to define and execute on testnet and mainnet launches for Scroll’s fully EVM-equivalent zkRollup. You will define the UI-UX and launch strategy to reach the broadest spectrum of developers and users. This will require partnering closely across a variety of cross-functional domains on a highly technical product and working with our community and developer relations teams to roll out major releases end-to-end.

Your day-to-day work will involve working with the founding team to define release requirements and coordinating across engineering, design, and developer relations teams to execute on them. This will require operational excellence and creative thinking in a highly technical and fast-moving space. Most importantly, the ideal candidate will prioritize Scroll’s open source, collaborative, and research-driven values when making decisions about the initial releases.


  • Plan and execute launch strategy for testnet and mainnet releases
  • Define and track metrics for testnet and mainnets
  • Manage user onboarding, feedback, and prioritization for Scroll


  • Strong interest in and some knowledge of zero-knowledge proofs and Layer 2 protocols
  • Prior experience in or deep interest in cryptocurrency
  • Ability to design and execute operational processes and launches at a high level
  • Ability to work across a highly technical product
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

culture & perks

This is a remote position. Work from anywhere with our global team.

about us

Scroll is an EVM-equivalent zkRollup to scale Ethereum. Technically speaking, Scroll is built upon two major pieces. The core piece is the zkEVM, which is used to prove the correctness of EVM execution in Layer 2. We have been building it in the open with the Privacy and Scaling Explorations group at the Ethereum Foundation for over a year. But to turn the zkEVM into a full zkRollup on the Ethereum, we also need to build a complete L2 architecture around it.