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Senior Product Manager - Agile - Perm - Remote, Manchester, Oliver Bernard

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
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Senior Product Manager - Agile - Perm - Remote, Manchester, Oliver Bernard
United Kingdom, Greater Manchester, Manchester,
Published August 7, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Senior product manager - agile - perm - remote
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This is a unique opportunity for a Senior Product Manager/ Product Lead to join one of the largest insurance providers in the UK. They have grown from a small start up, to one of the largest across the nation, where they are constantly investigating new products, services and markets, and are now in multiple countries with a diverse product portfolio. They are looking for a Senior Product Manager to join the contact solutions team - someone who is strategic, yet has a hands on approach, with some technical understanding, and strong stakeholder management. You will be working closely with the product owner, stakeholders, customers and the engineering team to drive product success. You will ideally have experience in the following: Solid Product Manager with; contact centre or voice solutions experience. Strategic and hands on experience, with a technical understanding (having previously worked closely with development teams). Strong stakeholder management, and confident in an Agile environment. This is a permanent position paying up to £80k (depending on experience), with attractive benefits, and will be a fully remote role with the odd occasional office visit. They have been named one of the best places to work in the UK: through their progressive culture, core values, and commitment to diversity and inclusion has created a working environment where people share ideas, aren't afraid to speak up and change things, and above all, are felt valued. If you are keen on the position and feel you are a strong fit, please apply with an updated CV and I'll be happy to send over the job spec and discuss.

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