Product Owner

About the Position

Software Development
Fully Remote
£40,000 - £50,000 per annum

Job Role

As the Product Owner you’ll bridge the gap between design, business and the development team by defining epics and translating these into detailed tasks and user stories, and then making sure these are managed through the development team. 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

Requirements & Experience

Experience wise, we’re looking for someone with at least 1 year working in a Product role, and has knowledge of the SDLC.

Job Benefits


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