London, City of London - Greater London
£55,000 - £65,000 per annum
0203 397 4565
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An e-commerce Product Manager is required for an established market leading firm based in London. The Product Manager will assume responsibility for the client’s most important consumer-facing Products and will have the opportunity to make a real difference within an autonomous and collaborative environment. The projects will involve working on a transformational website re-design & developing new client facing features to support this change.
The company has an excellent reputation in the Market for their Products underpinned by the use of cutting edge technology such as AI & Machine Learning across both Web & Mobile. From this diverse range of Products, they have grown year on year expanding their client base exponentially acquiring an excellent reputation in the marketplace in the process.
To be considered you will have:
Personally, you will be highly motivated, driven and passionate about creating an amazing online consumer experience. You will also be looking to push yourself both technically and in regards to your career. This is a key role working on an important project and the Product Manager will work alongside highly talented Product Managers utilizing modern technologies & approaches.
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