Are you Looking for a New Job in Product Manager Field ?
Vacancy : Product Manager
Company Location : London
We’re looking for a Product Manager with a passion for building world class products to join and lead a product team focused on building a cyber security skills assessment product. You’ll need experience running a small product team and the desire to create an amazing product. If that sounds like something you’d be excited about, we’d love to talk.About the roleYour focus on joining will be to shape and define the product offering, and set in motion a strong agile product management process which sees us on our way to launching an amazing product.Typical activities in your week may include:Working with the leadership team to take over the product ownership and operational responsibility for building the product. You’ll be the on-point person for the successful delivery and continuous improvement of the product.Oversee the product team (made up of a Product Designer, Front-end Developer, Full Stack Developer and Data Scientist) and implement product processes and tools to drive an iterative product environment.Improve the product definition, working with the team and prospective users to make sure we have a clear value proposition that will generate positive user outcomes, then turn that into a comprehensive product roadmap and go-to-market strategy.Set a high bar for product thinking and design generally, pushing for consistency and quality, being an advocate for the needs of the user, and driving towards a world class product experience.There is lots more information on our mission and culture on our careers site, so you can find out if we’re the perfect match. Like all our roles, this job is remote but we’d like you to be based in the UK.Job Types: Full-time, PermanentSalary: £60,000.00-£80,000.00 per yearBenefits:Flexible scheduleWork from homeSchedule:Monday to FridayExperience:Product Management: 1 year (preferred)Work remotely:Yes
Note: these Jobs are Sourced from Indeed.com and closemile held no responsibility for any error.