We’re hiring a Product Manager to join a SaaS business who have just achieved Series C funding and set to double in size, both in terms of product capability and customer base to the size of their company and number of employees.

This is a hugely exciting point to join the business as they look for a Product Manager to lead one of their key product pillars relating to customer checkout and optimised conversion. You will own the product vision and user journey, building a best in class, highly flexible B2B2C product.

The role will require a level of exposure to the development of customer conversion or checkout journeys. B2C or B2B online Product Management experience would be equally applicable to the role. Experience of building customisable product, checkout experiences or improving customer experience through design lead product development would again all be areas of interest for this role. This position will provide you with a platform to truly influence the development of a scaling and dynamic SaaS product and take on a broader team development role in time.

As Product Manager you will take ownership of:
*Developing the strategic product vision for the B2B Checkout and Conversion managed solution
*Reshaping the roadmap ground up working with internal and external stakeholders to ensure you’re building the right thing
*Work with Engineering and Design to enable the launch of new features which add value to the customer
*Own the product performance data developing measurement and reporting metrics

We’re looking for the following experience within the role of Product Manager – :
*Experience as a Product Manager, working in a cross-functional team with Engineers, Product Designers, and broader functions
*Proven experience of developing and continually optimising the user experience
*Prior ownership of the build and development of customisable product or B2B or B2C checkout and conversion experiences
*Customer research and feedback has played a key role in how you make your decisions and develop product

This is a great career opportunity if you’re a Product Manager looking to join a business with huge ambition and market opportunity.

We’d be pleased to receive your application if this sounds like your next move, apply via Intelligent People a specialist recruitment agency hiring product manager jobs

Salary £ 60000 - £ 70000 per annum
Benefits Options + benefits
Type Permanent
Location City of London, London
Discipline Product Management
Reference EB8696s_1616006731

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