Product Owner

About the Position

Business Analysis & Change & Transformation
Ipswich, Suffolk
£55,000 - £60,000 per annum

Job Role

The main purpose of this role will be to drive the company product strategy forward, ensuring the products meet customer requirements and that they are delivered to the market to the highest standard possible.

This role will see you being both hands on with the technical side of product management, as well as working with customers, different internal departments and senior stakeholders on improving the overall roadmap for the product moving forward.

You will own the product from inception through to release, working closely with the senior commercial stakeholders to identify which opportunities should be prioritised in line with company strategy and growth objectives. You’ll need to be able to build technical specifications for the products, and work with the development and platform teams to ensure that the specifications meet requirements and are feasible.

Requirements & Experience

This role would suit someone with experience working with products and you’d ideally have seen products through a number of lifecycles of adding new features and releases. You could also come from a business analysis background too with the right experience and skillset. This is an opportunity to join a business where you can get involved with how the products evolve and progress over time and be a key part of the senior team in coming up with new ideas, suggestions and continuous improvements.

Job Benefits

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