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Product Owner

Job Title: Product Owner
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Industry:
Salary: €75 - €85 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: PO1
Contact Name: Mitchell Forbes
Contact Email: mitchellf@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

Product Owner - €75 - €85 Euros Per Hour - 6 Months - Amsterdam, Netherlands - IT

Montash have been exclusively retained to find a Product Owner for a world renowned retail organisation in Amsterdam. The initial contract length is 6 months but the scope of further work is a given due to the heavy funding of this programme of work.

Responsibilities:

  • Define and communicate the Partnerships product vision
  • 3-5 years' experience in an e-commerce Product Owner role
  • Work with business stakeholders to translate their requirements into a digital roadmap
  • Work with business leads to develop the business case for the product and to continually push for achievement of commercial targets
  • Provide customer and business context to the delivery teams, empowering them explore creative solutions, whilst simultaneously, ensuring the team delivers against scope and time commitments
  • Work with business stakeholders to define and track key product performance indicators (KPIs), as well as release-specific success metrics
  • Partner with the Customer Insight and UX teams to incorporate quantitative and qualitative Customer data and research into product iterations and optimization roadmaps
  • Once the high level features are identified then this person will convert these to user stories and tasks
  • Understanding features of products and translating into user stories for the team

Key Skills

  • First class communication skills, managing and influencing internal and external stakeholders at all levels
  • Product ownership experience and a proven track record of delivering successful products
  • Experience in writing clear and succinct user stories
  • Able to ruthlessly prioritise the product backlog
  • Understanding of interaction design and usability
  • Desire and ability to collaborate with a varied range of business partners
  • Adaptable - able to work with new business models and strategies within an environment that is ambitious and innovative
  • Ability to manage and work within ambiguity to reach a successful outcome
  • Understanding of online development and new technologies. Strong technical knowledge is desirable
  • Ability to understand customer data and communicate it in a concise and relevant way to various stakeholders
  • Knowledge of Agile methodologies, particularly Scrum.

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