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Digital Product Manager

Job Title: Digital Product Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £550 - £650 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: digital170216
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email: amyh@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

A leading investment bank have engaged Montash to source an eBanking Product Manager to join them on helping to create their new internal client application

The client are working on acreating a new internal service or "app" accessible to internal staff via their bespoke protal which enables consultation of synthetic, relevant client information with a view to better understanding their banking needs.

A Product Manager is needed to support the business and interact with involved stakeholders to design and deliver this new app.

Key Responsibilities:

Scope and prioritize the data that is needed for display to different populations within CIB, using a variety of ad hoc workshops and existing forums, as well as a review of existing information and use by our teams

  • Project manage the delivery of this data & corresponding dashboards
  • Design the user experience of the Client Insight app (look and feel, level of "static" vs. data that can be queried)
  • Coordinate integration of the app to the platform (work with the project team, work on app enablement and permissioning)
  • Support change management plan for the introduction of this app to internal staff

Role Requirements:

  • Knowledge of eBanking / digital topics (creation / integration of apps / online services) and/or FX & payments business
  • Ease with quantitative topics / KPIs (e.g. definition / follow-up of performance dashboards)
  • Strong Project Management & communication skills (meetings / workshop facilitation, roadmap follow-up)
  • Ability to manage stakeholders and reach actionable agreement in a complex environment (multi-product and multi-country)

e banking / e product / e banking product manager / e banking project manager / fx / e banking app / payments / FX / ebusiness / digital product manager / digital manager / digital e banking

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