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Product Owner

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    Digital, Product and Design

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    Product Owner

  • Salary:

    £60000 - £70000 per annum + TBC

  • Contact:

    Elson Evora

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  • Published:

    10 days ago

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I am on the search for a talented Product Owner looking for a fantastic opportunity in fast growth business. La Fosse Associates are partnering with this business, who were named as one of the Top 10 UK Start-ups in 2021, to recruit an energic and ambitious Product Owner who is ready to take on new challenges and build long lasting relationships with colleagues.

The Role

As the Product Owner your responsible for leading a talented and dedicated cross-functional team development team. Reporting into the Product Director, you'll own the product backlog for a product area - and deliver it.

You'll collaborate closely with Product Managers to understand high level strategies and help to convert these into roadmaps and backlogs. As well as working with stakeholders around the business to obtain their buy-in and collaboration and to generate momentum for your products. You'll be an integral member of all stages of the Product Life Cycle (Discovery, Delivery, Execution, Iteration).


  • You break down complex problems so stakeholders and team members have a shared understanding of the root cause and potential solutions.
  • Partner with Data, Design and Engineering teams to refine the 'work to be done' and help to get it prioritised.
  • Become the domain expert for your product area
  • Build relationships across Engineering and Delivery teams and help to ensure the team always has the best tools and processes to achieve their goals
  • Gain a deep understanding of our users and their needs and become the voice of the customer.
  • Work closely with our Data teams to make evidence-based decisions quickly using a mix of qualitative, quantitative, and market insights.
  • Not be afraid to make mistakes and channel your learnings into constructive coaching opportunities to help those around you try things differently.