London, City of London - Greater London
£65,000 - £75,000 per annum
0203 397 4565
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A Senior Product Manager is required by one of the leading technology companies based in the UK. Following several successful acquisitions over the past 3 years, my client have been amalgamating different brands under one umbrella. They are now in a position to focus on new growth opportunities and this Senior Product Manager position will play a key part in shaping new greenfield products.
Working in a niche channel, the Senior Product Manager will be responsible for defining, understanding the market place and commercial levers and creating products which marry up with their customers requirements. You will act as the voice of the customer and balance feature requests with commercial viability. The Senior Product Manager will need great stakeholder management skills to do channel discovery workshops in the short to mid term.
nothing is off the table in the role, you will be tasked with understanding how to best target users and drive engagement on the web and mobile platforms. The Senior Product Manager should be commercially aware and be an advocate for designing user centred solutions. You will work with the full support of a hugely talented technical, product and user experience team.
Interviews are ongoing so apply for immediate consideration.
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