Senior Product Manager
- Senior Product Manager
- £60k - £65k
- Posted16 April 2018
- ConsultantNick Yorke
- Contract TypePermanent
- PositionSenior Product Manager
- Salary£60,000 - £65,000 per annum
Senior Product Manager / E-commerce / London / Permanent / £60-65k
If you want to really challenge yourself in your career then this independent e-commerce company, that is well funded, has ambitious plans to expand in 2018 by moving from an established start-up to a high growth business, and that will provide you an environment to make an overwhelmingly significant impact to the business, may well be the company for you.
My client's product is purely e-commerce digital, which gives users more time to enjoy their life balance by providing a service which helps to plan, purchase and deliver a huge variety of products on a subscription based service.
As the Senior Product Manager, you will join one of the Agile development teams and take the lead over all aspects of product management, working alongside colleagues that are highly talented designers, developers and researchers, who are working with the latest and most exciting methodologies and technologies.
You will be responsible for improving the main product feature of the site, increasing item offerings by over 300% as well as implementing innovative product features to increase and maintain user engagement, whilst making their experiences a lot more enhanced.
Dealing with stakeholders, working closely with customers, and evaluating new business opportunities are all critical in this role. Moreover, you will be from an e-commerce background and preferably would have worked in the start-up sector before, with a proven track record of GP increase through new feature implementation.
*Strategise a long term vision and short term product road-map
*Innovate and maintain fantastic user experiences across all digital platforms
*Create ideas, and lead technical development and launch of products
*Drive product development with a team of exceptional engineers, product designers and data analysts
*Integrate usability testing, research and market analysis into product ideation to enhance the customer experience
*Define and analyse metrics that inform the success of products
*Understand the company's strategy and deliver products that are considered best in the industry
*Test, discover and improve - you should be extremely results focused
Working here requires a holistic mind-set, whilst you do not necessarily need to come from a technical, design or analytical background, you should of course have a strong understanding of such and be able to communicate internally with specialists very effectively, as well as have an ability to analyse data and use it as ammunition when stating your case!
A variety of Software is used by the Product guys and girls, so there is flexibility in this sense.
Why work here?
*Work alongside a team comprising of really happy, hard working people!
*Enjoy an environment with exciting challenges
*Progression opportunities to really excel in your career
*Given autonomy to really lead innovation
*Huge importance to regularly working with customers
*Holidays, free food and drink! Lovely discounts on YOUR products (AND for your friends), FREE GYM (After 6 months, sorry!), loads of socials with the team
*Cycle scheme, pension and all that great stuff
If this potentially sounds like a bit of you, then get in touch so we can discuss in more detail, what are you waiting for! email@example.com
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