Full Time
FLSA Status: 
Reports To: 
Palak Shah, NDWA Social Innovations Director & NDWA Labs Director. Palak will serve as a thought partner, connector and collaborator.
Start Date: 
Work Location: 
Remote/flexible but you must be U.S. based working U.S. business hours
Position Summary: 

We’re enthusiastically looking for a dynamic product and tech leader to reinvent, design, and expand the way we care for those who care for us. 

What you’ll work on

Our country’s social safety net is outdated and excludes millions of workers whose work falls outside a traditional 9-5 full-time employment structure. Nearly 2.5 million of these workers are domestic workers--nannies, house cleaners and home care workers--who work behind the closed doors of private residences in the informal economy. 

Domestic workers are almost all women, and disproportionately women of color and immigrants. Domestic work is not seen as “real work,”  despite the fact that elder care jobs and child care jobs are among the fastest growing occupations in the country. However, the women we rely on to care for our nation’s children, elders and our homes are usually working for poverty wages, without contracts and almost always without benefits. You will play a key leadership role in disrupting these inequities. 

On May 1, 2020, the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) helped pass the Philadelphia Domestic Workers Bill of Rights, which established the first right anywhere in the country to prorated, portable paid time off. Domestic workers in the City of Philadelphia now have the right to accrue paid leave for every hour worked, regardless of how many employers she may have. Other major municipalities are moving in a similar direction. What’s really at stake here is building an economy and society that works for all of us, not just some of us. And, as Executive-in-Residence at NDWA Labs, you’ll help lead the way toward this long-overdue reinvention of the safety net for a 21st-century workforce.

We are looking for a seasoned product leader who can design, implement, and lead a program end-to-end that works with municipalities to enforce this new right to paid time off for domestic workers. NDWA has already made good progress on this front with its voluntary benefits platform - Alia. The new product leader will be able to leverage the learnings from Alia for the new programs within municipalities.


  • Reports to: Palak Shah, NDWA Social Innovations Director & NDWA Labs Director. Palak will serve as a thought partner, connector and collaborator.
  • Location: Remote/flexible but you must be U.S. based working U.S. business hours
  • Start Date: Immediate.
  • Engagement: 12 months (consultant or full-time employee) with opportunity to extend
  • ​Compensation: We will work to be as generous as we can.

About You

You are a dynamic and experienced tech leader who is excited by solving problems that others won’t even attempt. You love taking complex situations and using technology to productize and simplify them. You’re relentless in terms of ideas and execution. You’re curious about the intersection of  product and policy, as well as bridging social justice and technology. You’re eager to immerse yourself in a social movement led by women of color that centers domestic worker leadership. You’re enthusiastic to roll up your sleeves and get in the weeds to make things work. You’re excited to lead a small, passionate and kind team. You may be in-between jobs right now or looking for a flexible role with a greater purpose.

About the Role

You will serve as the general manager/head of portable benefits. You will be responsible for the project in its entirety, including developing the vision,a multi-year roadmap,and a business plan. You will also work with at least one municipality to implement the plan. As the lead, you will be responsible for required hiring, day to day management, and developing and tracking success metrics. 

Job Requirements: 
  • 10+ years of proven experience in product management and/or business leadership roles at tech companies
  • Ability and willingness to roll up sleeves and perform hands-on tasks, while also scaling the team and providing guidance
  • Inclusive leader with a track record of building and developing teams to drive impact
  • Experience hiring, onboarding, and supervising team members required
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Bilingual English/Spanish a plus
  • Experience with marketplace businesses and start-ups a plus
  • Understanding of issues facing low-wage workers, immigrant communities, and other communities of color also a plus
  • BA or BS degree, MBA preferred

Please submit a resume and a brief letter that shares your interest and main questions about the role at https://domesticworkers.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=176. This position will remain open until filled.
Women, People of Color, People with Disabilities and LGBTQ people strongly urged to apply.