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Product Owner

Product Manager

Greater London Permanent £50000.00 - £60000.00 per annum + Bonus & more

Product Owner
London – Full time – £50-60K

My client is a hugely successful Ftse250 company that is investing heavily into their digital division. They recently won best digital team so the environment is among the best in London *they are also moving into brand new offices in the realm of Google! With 1.5m hits a day this company is managing some serious tech but in a fun and professional manner.

About You:

The Product Management team is looking for a Technical Product Owner with strong Commercial analysis skills. You’ll be skilled in understanding key improvement areas and how to measure these. The perfect candidate will be a strong personality with the ability to guide the product and translate for a team of 12 consisting of a BA, Architect, PM and developers/designers. You may have experience working on high traffic websites and be driven by understanding and refining the product to increase sales and customer experience. You will have a firm grasp of e-commerce.

We want you to:

  • Be accountable for strategy and roadmap for search function, Browse, Category, Landing Pages and AutoComplete
  • Improve customer experience and revenue growth online.
  • Develop business cases for product development investments through use of multiple insights and data points (focus on a digital strategy, Adobe, customer tools)
  • Responsible for performance metrics; Growth, Conversion, Departure, satisfaction, load speed.
  • Quarterly product plan including clearly define the benefit, cost, scope and ensure relevant stakeholders understand the plan.
  • Product backlog and deliverables for an Agile team
  • Manage relationships with UX, R&D, SEO, Analytics, Testing, Marketing, IT and Content
  • Robust prioritisation methodology, communicate decisions and rationales for changes transparently to key stakeholders
  • Liaise with Analytics team for Adobe tag implementations and change impact measurement
  • Managing stakeholder communications
  • Coordinate the translation with the local markets for each change

You’ll have:

  • Experience delivering strategy and roadmap through using data and research
  • Worked in an Agile team
  • Extensive eCommerce experience with online product development experience
  • Passion for the customer experience
  • Able to lead the Agile team to manage issues, risk and expectation
  • Excellent stakeholder management
  • Assist UX & Agile teams with minimum supervision

Job Reference: JO-1701-119115

Salary: £50000.00 - £60000.00 per annum + Bonus & more

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Job Start Date: ASAP

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