£55000 - £65000 per annum + bonus + excellent benefits
10 months ago
Are you an experienced Product Manager with solid Agile skills? Do you have previous experience of delivering Workforce Management / HR solutions? If so then this employer would love to meet you! This is the ideal role for a Product Manager looking to step up their career, paying from £55,000 to £65,000 (possibly higher for the perfect applicant), plus bonus and benefits.
This employer has established a global reputation as a developer of SaaS products used by businesses of all sizes, from start-ups to the biggest multi-nationals. Recognised as a leading innovator in their industry and as one of the best technology companies to work for, the company is growing steadily and is now looking for your expertise. Their Bristol office are focused on the development of their core products and to spearhead this they are now seeking a skilled Product Manager to help drive the delivery through to launch. This role will see you coordinating activities across multi-disciplined and international teams including development, product and UX.
You will already be a highly experienced Product Owner / Product Manager with strong Agile skills and some UX knowledge. You will have delivered Workforce Management / HR / Staff Attendance type products, defining product strategy and roadmaps. You will also have solid experience using analytics tools to understand user behaviour and product trends. Above all you'll be passionate about delivering software products that are both effective and a delight to use whilst keeping on top of the changing world of product.
With a rewarding and collaborative working environment in state-of-the-art offices, this really is one of the best opportunities available for Product Managers in the Bristol area at present. To find out more about this employer and your next career move apply today.
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