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Head of Product - Fin-Tech - £120000

Head of Product - £100,000 to £120,000 - Fin-Tech

Project Overview:
Our client, a leading Fin-Tech corporation based in the heart of Kent, is about to embark on a technology refresh transforming their essential finance application and requires a highly experienced Head of Product to lead 3 Product Managers. Our client is seeking a seasoned Head of Product. You will lead a large, agile and cross-functional product and engineering team structured into four squads, each focused on a specific strategic priority. You will manage a team of product managers, and squad leads to set the vision and roadmap for our platform. This is a permanent vacancy paying up to £120,000 with Hybrid Working plus excellent benefits to be located in London or Chatham.

The ideal applicant will have proven experience working within a Fin-Tech or Banking environment and be exposed to risk management, particularly fraud/credit. You will Partner effectively with Engineering, Growth, and Operations to ensure we validate, build, launch, and measure our product-market fit and alignment with customer and partner expectations to provide the best in class invoice finance platform.

Roles Responsibilities:
Help define Raise's Vision, Strategy, and Roadmap
Help develop a world-class Product discipline for our client.
Directly manage a team of 3 Product Managers providing strong career and role development and ensuring high retention of top employees.
Align team with end-to-end product line vision and the company's business strategy, goals/OKRs, and key KPIs. Focus team on impact and rapid delivery.
Develop, maintain and communicate an ambitious end-to-end roadmap to internal and external stakeholders
Partner effectively with Engineering, Growth, and Operations to ensure we validate, build, launch, and measure our product-market fit and alignment with customer and partner expectations to provide the best in class invoice finance platform

Requirements:
Have previously served as a VP of Product (or related position in a larger firm) in a similar-size company or product line
Significant people management experience, including management of Directors in a fast-growing technology scale-up
Strong understanding of Raise product and customer markets, competition, and underlying technologies. Direct experience in a relevant industry that involves payments, credit control, and accounting technologies, including but not limited to financial services, recruitment, or insurance.
Track record of leading several products to successful commercial outcomes; must be able to demonstrate multiple complete product cycles from inception to full-scale success showing material impact to business outcomes.
Excellent at executive, full company, and larger venue presentations, and able to inspire and motivate customers and employees through written and verbal communications that are clear, concise, elegant, and persuasive.
Must be able to build strong trusted scaleable relationships with the various corporate stakeholders, and in particular with board members, investors, and heads of department.
Able to demonstrate successful implementation of prioritisation framework.
Ideally have previous experience in risk management, particularly fraud and credit.
Demonstrated ability to teach and coach product management skills across the full product lifecycle. A successful candidate should have past direct report examples demonstrating successful development and mentoring of high-performance individuals.
Have the technical depth to understand our technological challenges and lead meaningful conversations with engineering.

Salary details:
£100,000 to £120,000
25 days holiday (plus bank holidays)
Pension scheme
Regular team socials (in line with current Covid guidelines)
An increasing list of staff benefits as the company scales.
Opportunities for personal growth, professional development and further training

Head of Product - £100,000 to £120,000 - Fin-Tech
Posted
04/28/2022
Location
East London, England, UK