Product Owner

About the Position

Software Development
Ipswich / London / Remote
£50,000 - £60,000 per annum

Job Role

The business are growing their Product team and are looking to add a Product Owner due to both ongoing workload and rapid growth as they continue to bolster the business.

Working across their current main products, as well as working on a new greenfield product they are in the process of building, you’ll be the key link between the Software Development team, Product Manager and Product Designer, as well as other functions across the whole Product team.

Requirements & Experience

As the Product Owner, your role will be breaking down epics and creating user stories, with a clear acceptance criteria to create a product backlog of technical tasks, that you’ll then work through with the development team to implement. In addition to this, you’ll be responsible for the scheduling of flows and timelines as well as the management of scrums and sprints for these technical tasks, working closely with all departments involved and keeping the Product Manager updated throughout.

This role would suit someone with 3+ years experience in a product environment, who has solid experience in working closely with Software Developers. You’ll need to have proven experience in creating user stories, as well as translating technical and functional documents into meaningful tasks and outcomes.

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