Arts & Culture Tech Platform - Circa £45-£55,000, dependent on experience
Handle are currently working with a fastly growing software technology brand in the Arts, Culture & Sporting Industry in London. This a market leading B2B SaaS platform who now own the majority of the market share of the industry in the UK.
Our client is a fastly growing Software & Technology brand who has most recently been included in The Sunday Times Tech Track 100 as one of the fastest growing British Tech Companies. They are now looking to expand their Technical & Development Teams in London.
To do this they currently are in need of an experienced Product Owner, to join their Product Manager in. You'll work closely with the engineering team in the on-boarding of a new and instrumental client for them.
As the Product Owner, you will be working alongside other Product Owners and a close nit engineering team to continue the development of their complex Web Platform/Product.
Responsibilities of Product Owner:
- Research client needs & problems
- Be involved in the implementation of a new major client
- Gain insight from users & clients to continue to develop their high-end Product
- Work in an Agile environment to deliver product improvements within a team environment
Essential Skill Set Product Owner:
- You must have worked as a Product Owner for a B2C, or complex enterprise Web Platform in the past. Specifically with products that expose API's
- It's essential you will have worked closely with a development/engineering team to pass on specifications to improve and develop a product
- Have worked in an Agile Delivery environment
- UX experience is a must. You must be comfortable with writing up user stories and running UX workshops.
- User Experience & Product Design
Our client is a hugely exciting Tech Brand to work with and offer some fantastic permanent benefits as well.
Do get in touch with Kathryn.Thorpe(@)Handle.co.uk for further details.
Handle actively welcomes applicants from under-represented backgrounds
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the high volume of applications we receive we are unable to respond to everyone. If you have not heard from us within 5 working days of sending your CV then unfortunately you have not been shortlisted for the position you have applied for.