Web3 Product Owner (Remote, Europe)

Nillion is a secure computation network that is fundamentally changing the way high-value data is stored and used throughout the world. Processing transactions via blockchain was the tip of the iceberg of what information and industries, decentralized technology and privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs) can impact. The Nillion network expands these technologies into new use cases and verticals like AI, biometric data, health data, voting, consumer data and more.

As reported by TechCrunch, Nillion in the midst of the bear market of 2022 raised the highest valuation for a Seed Round reported in Q4-2022. The project has attracted some of the top talent in tech, including the Founder of Indiegogo (Slava Rubin), Associate General Counsel of Coinbase  (Lindsay Danas Cohen), Co-Founder of Hedera Hashgraph (Andrew Masanto) and several other high profile team members.

As a Web3 Product Owner at Nillion, inside our product team, you will play a crucial role in driving the success of our project by effectively managing the product development process across our web3 stack. This will include optimizing workflows, and facilitating seamless communication between cross-functional teams. You will be responsible for the companies web3 vision is turned into actionable plans, ensuring efficient execution, and delivering high-quality products and features on the Nillion network.

Nillion is a remote-first organization primarily focused on European and US East Coast time zones. Some travel may be required.


  • Strong understanding of product development lifecycles, methodologies, and best practices.
  • Ability to build, manage and prioritize product roadmaps in an effective manner, in line with company strategy.
  • Proven experience in Agile environments, running productive Scrum ceremonies and processes, owning and prioritizing team backlogs, and driving user stories to completion.
  • Strong background in web3 and associated technologies in order to facilitate conversations between stakeholders and bridge the gap between technical requirements and business objectives.
  • Basic proficiency in python or JavaScript to be able to use and acceptance test the Nillion SDKs.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, ensuring effective conveyance of ideas, progress, and issues to stakeholders.


  • Own the creation of user stories and product requirements by collaborating with internal and external stakeholders to validate product assumptions.
  • Ensure effective communication of product visions and strategies aligned with Nillion’s objectives, with particular focus on the “web3 layer”.
  • Own and manage engineering team backlogs, driving the process to ensure efficient and accurate completion of work.
  • Continuously optimise and suggest adjustments to development processes.
  • Translate technical progress for non-technical stakeholders and highlight anomalies.
  • Lead acceptance testing for the web3 layer of the product


We offer the following perks as part of employment with Nillion:

  • Flexible working hours to accommodate lifestyles and a globally distributed team.
  • Competitive compensation package.
  • Make a big impact as a early contributor to an incredible founding team.
  • Work on new problems in an incredible emerging and dynamic field.
  • Learn from systems engineering, cryptography and product domain experts in a mentorship-oriented work culture
  • You don’t need to be in an office or at a desk to have an impact anymore! We are fully remote, but value regular meet-ups.

In summary, if you are interested in web3 infrastructure, innovation, new technology, and are interested in working with a high-caliber team, please apply. Nillion is committed to shaping a better world in all that they do. Their global team is built based on respect, inclusivity, diversity and excellence.

For more information on either the technology or company, there are several lectures at leading universities about the project such as Oxford UniversityCambridge UniversityNew York University, Columbia, and MIT. You can also visit Nillion’s early website at www.nillion.com.