A market leading eCommerce organisation with Dublin HQ have a vacancy for an ‘Senior Product Manager’.
If you have a passion for customer experience, product development and an eye for innovation this is an amazing opportunity. As Product Manager you are responsible for the web and mobile properties across 140 countries, supporting the continued success of creating innovative products and customer experiences.
As the Product Manager, you will be expected to lead Product thinking and innovation in your product area, continuously focusing on the customer and the importance of usability
Key responsibilities include:
Ideally 5 years of product management experience and can document a solid track record in a customer-obsessed digital business.
Strong leadership skills, and be confident to lead a team of product associates.
Highly collaborative – you work well with colleagues in Marketing, UX, CX, Data & Analytics and Technology.
B2C eCommerce experience is essential.
First class communication skills at all levels, you are unfazed presenting up to C Suite. You also must be comfortable discussing and clearly conveying requirement specifications, user stories, wireframes, prototypes and can back up such information with data and rationale.
Experienced in analysis of customer behaviour and product performance, using A/B testing and measurement against KPI’s.
Natural multitaskers – the Product Managers will manage parallel requirements and multiple stakeholders.
Very comfortable working alongside, and conversing with, Technical colleagues and stakeholders.
These roles offer a fantastic opportunity to join a smart and dynamic team, in a fun and rewarding environment.
For a discreet conversation about this role please contact Lorraine +353868064667 or Lorraine@talenthub.ie
Lorraine has partnered with some of the biggest names in the UK & Ireland, delivering key talent for the most challenging roles. She has built and developed large teams in several agencies and has a proven track record at finding the unfindable, when presented with the quirkiest of job briefs.