Technical Product Manager

Were working with a global eCommerce company who has acquired several well-known brands through an aggressive acquisition strategy and who are now building out the existing Product function to support new value streams. Does this sound like it could be for you? Keep reading

This Product Manager role will pay anything up to, £70,000 per annum and will be based out of their fantastic state-of-the art offices very near Preston, Lancashire There will also be options for hybrid working moving forward.

As a successful Product Manager, you will work alongside key business stakeholders and the Product leadership team to define the vision & strategy. You will have responsibility for the product planning and execution throughout the Product Lifecycle, shaping the problems and defining the product vision ensuring it meets the business strategy and goals.

You will need a passion for Product that drives your desire to create experiences that our consumers love. You need to understand our customers and ensure their needs are reflected in the Product Strategy and Roadmap, using your experience of a range of Product techniques to collaboratively shape the problem or solution.

To be successful in this Product Manager role, you will need a very strong mixture of the following skills and experience:

  • Clear and proven Product Manager experience, a strong e-commerce background and experience would be a big advantage.
  • A strong understanding of the Product Development Lifecycle.
  • The ability to prioritise and make trade off decisions independently and in conjunction with key stakeholders.
  • Experience in a range of Product Management tools, from strategy to prioritisation, and from problem to measurement.
  • Understanding of agile methodologies such as Scrum, Scaled Agile etc.
  • Experience of working with 3rd party suppliers to leverage their innovation to make a difference.
  • Technical background, with experience working with Agile development teams.
  • Youll need to be able to develop strong relationships with stakeholders at all levels across multiple locations.
  • Strong data manipulation and interpretation skills, including the ability to access and read diverse data sets and use them to inform decisions.

It's truly a great time to be joining a strong, expanding business and would be a smart step for any Technical Product Manager looking to make a positive career change.

If you would like more information on this Technical Product Manager position including a full job specification, please apply today with an updated copy of your CV and we can set up a chat!

Lancashire, England, UK