Product Manager – Software

About the Position

Software Implementation
Bury St Edmunds
£45,000 - £50,000 per annum

Job Role

We’re looking for a Product Manager to join at an exciting time in the business, where they can hopefully draw upon your experience to add value to what they’re doing, to get involved in the product strategy moving forward and to help take their product to the next level. Of course, there will also be some great new skills and technologies that you can pick up too and the chance to work and own a great product in a leading software company.

Requirements & Experience

Ideally, they’re looking for someone who has been in a similar Product Manager role and has managed a specific product through its entire lifecycle ideally for at least two years. This includes everything from analysing the market, seeing the product through new enhancements and features and the release process too. You’ll also be responsible for making sure the client, users, business and full product team understands what’s happening and when and bridging the gap between the different functions of the business.

Some of the key task you’ll be expected to carry out are:

  • Work closely with the Development team on the technical specifications and ensure that teams have all of the information they need to deliver a complete product to market.
  • Ensure that feedback and requests are continuously integrated into the product planning and development processes.
  • Managing the release processes and dependencies across releases to complete release phases and milestone



Job Benefits

Childcare Vouchers
Contributory Pension Scheme
Cycle to Work
Free breakfast-Fruit-Drinks
Health Insurance
Life Insurance
Death in Service
Team Lunches
Nights Out
Work From Home
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