Product Manager Permanent
- Location: London, England
- Salary: £50000 - £70000 per annum
- Sector: Product Management
- Consultant: Hamish Balch
My client have a pioneering SaaS Product which is revolutionising the way businesses, customers and governments interact. With recent funding, a fantastic product management team and a talented development team, one of which is part of Women Who Code and paid by Google to speak at conferences, they are scaling both in Product team size and global rollout.
With three highly successful products already, they are looking for a Product Manager to join this talented team and head up the development of a new product, it's direction and strategy. The Product Manager will have previous experience with Software as a Service, willing to get hands on and B2C background.
Duties of a Product Manager:
*Leading the development of both new and existing products (cross-platform)
*Working with the development team to across the full software development lifecycle (SDLC)
*Innovate and imaginative problem solving skills.
*Writing clear and concise requirements, creating user stories.
*Client facing and a passion for user needs, including end- user testing, site visits and review meetings.
*Maintaining and prioritising product backlogs.
*Working alongside the sales team to showcase products and support the sales process
*Supporting the Head of Product on commercial aspects of client engagement
Background of the ideal Product Manager:
*Software as a Service (SaaS)
*3+ years as a Product Manager or Product Owner
*Client facing exposure
*Working with developers in an agile environment.
*Passion for web and mobile technologies.
*Focus on products with a customer requirement focus.
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