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Product Manager

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  • Sector:

    Product , Design & UX/UI

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  • Job functions:

    Product Management, Product Manager

  • Salary:

    £65000 - £75000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Nick Day

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

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Great opportunity for a Product Manager to join an exciting company.

£65-£75k per annum - Hybrid - 3 days per week on site in Basingstoke - 3-5 + years experience

  • Working with Business Stakeholders to determine the strategy, vision, and roadmaps to evolve the product as required by the business.
  • Deliver new product propositions and improvements to existing products and services, based on insight.
  • Develop a deep understanding of the needs of our customers, gathering insights from a range of sources including frontline feedback, customer feedback.
  • Working with 3rd Party SAAS / PAAS solution providers to develop solutions on core Banking technologies to support the Bank's strategy.
  • Keep on the pulse of market, competitor, technology, and customer change - and utilise the knowledge to drive the change agenda.
  • Implement a credible process for gathering feedback on the product and being the gate keeper for new feature request, leading on the prioritisation process and ensure there is a credible product roadmap to deliver the change agenda.
  • Ownership of delivery for both technology and operational improvements required to enhance the product proposition
  • Building and continually evolving the product positioning, value proposition and messaging.
  • Working with the delivery team and third-party solution providers to innovate and develop new features at pace.
  • Managing new development requests, from initial estimations to delivering ROI.
  • Curating user stories to ensure the quality of delivery fits with the strategy and vision.
  • Owning and defining the technology functional and non-functional product requirements.
  • Maintaining good relationships with suppliers. Ensuring new work is delivered on time and service KPIs are met.
  • Maintaining a stable product and ensuring we're prepared and can respond quickly to changing market dynamics
  • Maintain a strong knowledge of competitor offers and produce competitive analysis to help drive the improvement of product features and capability
  • Performing product demos to internal customers