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29th Sep

Product Owner

— Interactive Software

Location:
Bristol
Type:
Salary:
£Competitive
  • Join a fast-growing tech business with a suite of products and global reach.

  • Beautiful offices in central Bristol close to Temple Meads train station, with remote working options.

  • Generous package on offer - work for an employer who look after their staff and work with them to reach professional goals.

An intuitive software solutions provider has been extremely successful in recent years gaining 2 million users for just one of their products with customers in 160+ countries. With a new owner and inspiring CEO on a global shift, they are now hiring for a talented Product Owner.

What you’ll be doing

As Product Owner you will work closely with the Product Lead designing, developing and owning the product roadmap and prioritising development efforts to enable the business to drive proactive and very targeted growth for their customers. You will be working in cross-functional teams on shaping and growing the products for new features and functionalities whilst evaluating which markets to enter which in turn will enable the business to drive proactive and very targeted growth for their customers. You will be working closely with your customers to conduct interviews, offer market guidance and identify and implement improvements in an ongoing fashion.

This is an end to end Product Manager role, so you will be doing everything you’d expect from Agile rituals and creating user stories and test cases, through to managing and reporting on the backlog and progress, against the product roadmap.

This company has gone from strength to strength since their initial product launch in 2012, to now boasting customers in over 160 countries, and they have since launched an additional 4 products with exciting new plans to develop more, so there really has never been a better time to join the team.

What experience you’ll need

  • You will be an experienced Product Owner or Product Manager and ideally, your experience will be gained for a start-up or a company with an innovative approach to work, constantly wanting to challenge the market and push boundaries.

  • Strong communication skills as you’ll be working closely with the development, UX, project teams and managing stakeholders.

  • Agile experience.

  • A passion for tech, agile methods, updated technologies and a keen interest in implementing knowledge into the team.

  • A natural leader, a good communicator and able to be the go-to person.

What you’ll get in return for your talents

You will be joining a very successful entrepreneurial company with brilliant leaders and inspiring team members working on great products that customers love. As well as a salary in-line with your experience you will get a very generous 29 days holiday + bank holidays, flexible working hours, free lunches on Wednesdays, amazing technology and training and running club with a pro-running coach!

What’s next?

This one isn’t likely to be around for long so if it’s of interest don’t hesitate to contact Fran at ADLIB with your CV for immediate consideration. 

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