Digital Product Manager

£60000 - £69000 per annum + Bonus+Bens
29 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Outstanding opportunity for an experienced Digital Product Manager to join the growing Consumer team at Yell. Reporting to the Head of Consumer Product Strategy you will be responsible for creating and managing industry leading end-to-end digital solutions for millions of UK consumers, from business case through to design, launch and beyond. This is an outstanding opportunity to own the future direction and development of the UK's leading platform connecting consumers and local businesses. The successful candidate will be joining a high growth digital business that is recognised as one of the UK's best places to work in 2017 according to Glassdoor.

The role

Working with stakeholders across the business to capture requirements, and from those requirements write user stories detailed enough to allow development planning for sprints and releases.
Understanding customer needs through research, feedback and data driven insight to develop innovative products and features across multiple digital touch points and channels.
Defining hypotheses and test candidates for product developments and testing via A/B/n and MVT methodologies.
Utilising analytics to derive insight around your products, usage and engagement and enabling data based decision making
Representing your products in Sprint planning meetings and attending daily stand ups as required.
Representing consumer and end user balancing customer needs against our business model.

The person

An experienced and creative Digital Product Manager.
Demonstrable experience owning and developing digital products especially mobile web and apps.
Creating and managing product roadmaps and backlog management.
Significant experience of working in AGILE and SCRUM methodologies.
Requirements gathering and writing user stories.
The ability to apply data, research, and professional judgment and experience to ensure our products are making the biggest difference to consumers.
An understanding of, and focus on user-centric design.

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