Ripple, a real-time gross settlement system, currency exchange and remittance network created by Ripple Labs, is set to be on a hiring spree with its concentration focused on filling various high ranking positions involving XRP.
The company is said to be searching for a suitable candidate to fill the position of Director of product management at Xspring, Ripple’s XRP-focused fundraising and development arm. The position suggests that the company is seeking to evolve its role in the XRP ecosystem to a wider scope.
The company reportedly stated that whoever filled the role would have to lead the Xpring vision and identify strategic product opportunities that appealed to developers and to grow product adoption.
While describing the role of the would-be director, the company quoted saying “This role sits at the heart of defining Xpring’s product strategy. In close partnership with leadership and engineering, you will own the product roadmap and help us define our future… you will look beyond what already exists in the market to serve its evolving needs”
In addition to a director of product management, the company is seeking to hire a product manager saddled with the responsibility of reining the cross-functional team responsible for building a thorough, global developer ecosystem through Xpring developer platform.
In a quest to strategically position itself to be a part of the critical definition of the future with relation to On-Demand Liquidity, the company is also said to be hiring an engineering manager whose job description would be to build the next generation of its XRP-powered cross-bordered payments solution termed On-Demand Liquidity.
The advert for the job openings shows that the company is on a mission to build a trading platform connected to ODL.
” We are looking for an engineering manager to lead and shape the team responsible for the ODL customer experience, integration into our next-generation trading platform and be a critical part of defining the future trajectory of On-Demand Liquidity and RippleNet”