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Product Owner

Job Title: Product Owner
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £50000 - £65000 per annum + bens
Start Date: ASAP
REF: Product1_1499699855
Contact Name: Heral Bharadia
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Role: Product Owner / Product Manager

Location: City

Salary: £50-65K + bens

Skills: Product Owner, Product Manager, Digital, Jira, Agile.

Our client is looking for a talented, ambitious and detail-oriented Product Owner to join their team and help them build out the next generation of their platform.

As a Product Owner, you will:

  • Manage, maintain, and prioritise the product backlog and ensure stories are well defined
  • Be the product champion in your team
  • Brainstorm new features for the product
  • Collaborate with frontend and design teams on the UI / UX
  • Collaborate with Head of Product on maintaining the long-term vision and product roadmap
  • Collaborate with Senior Technical Writer on documenting new features and release notes
  • Represent the product to key stakeholders
  • Maintain strong relationships with Customer Success, Sales, Marketing and Services teams


  • Self-starter, ability to own projects and work with minimal supervision
  • Pragmatic, ability to balance business needs and technical realities
  • Experience in using Agile frameworks and working in cross-functional teams
  • Proven experience in a similar position or Product Manager role


  • Experience working with Jira
  • Experience in digital marketing

If you possess the above and have excellent communication skills both verbal and written apply NOW!!!

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