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27th Sep

Product Owner x2

— 12 Month FTC - Global Innovator

Location:
Bristol + Remote
Type:
Salary:
£Competitive
  • Two Product Owner opportunities joining a large tech business.

  • eCommerce business, working on projects launching in to global markets. 

  • Initial 12 month fixed term contracts.

We’re searching for two experienced Product Owners to join a global innovator based in the heart of Bristol on a 12 month FTC.

What you’ll be doing

Working as part of a large agile product team you will be reporting in to the Head of Product and managing web-based products. With the customers at the heart of the business your focus will be on market shaping activity to give them the best experience possible throughout the full lifecycle; as soon as they land on to the website, putting together bundles, checking out, payment through to post-payment. The company are known for innovation and will be disrupting the market with new ways of reach customers, from customisation of products through to using virtual experience and much more. The budgets are multi-million pound and you will be managing stakeholders internal and externally, it's a truly exciting digital programme of work and you will play a key part of the team developing the product roadmap, prioritising the product backlog, using insights from user testing and continuinuously improving their digital products (also app based).  

What experience you’ll need

  • You will bring experience of working in product as either a Product Owner or a Product Manager.

  • eCommerce experience is essential.

  • B2C, customer experience, user testing, user centered design/ customer centric approach.

  • Website/web based product experience.

  • If you have experience working with global markets/ multi-lingual products that would be amazing but isn't a strict requirement.

  • You will know your way around processes and implementing governance.

  • Ability to translate product concepts and ideas into functional requirements. 

  • Agile experience. 

  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills, able to communicate in business and technical terms

  • Experience in working in a fast-paced environment managing multiple projects simultaneously. 

  • Strong interest/ exposure to strategic product development.

What you’ll get in return for your talents

A competitive salary is on offer which will come down to experience, plus an extensive benefits package and an excellent working environment with stacks of onsite facilities.

What’s next?

If this sounds like the perfect role for you then please don’t hesitate to apply with an up to date CV for immediate consideration.

 

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