This eCommerce Product Manager / Subscription Product Manager / Senior Digital Product Manager role is with a rapidly scaling sustainable product online retailer with a strong environmental focus, who have over 40,000 regular customers (and growing). They are rapidly increasing their capacity as their loyal customer base grows and are opening new distribution centres in the midlands. Much more is in the roadmap…

As part of their scaling journey, they’re building out new internal platforms that will give a better digital consumer experience and enable them to rapidly build, test and launch new services, such as a Mobile App.

The eCommerce Product Manager / Subscriptions Product Manager / Senior Digital Product Manager will work in a product team of two to own the digital consumer experience, shaping all current and future technologies and experiences. This is an excellent opportunity to have real ownership and make a significant impact on this scaling organisation.

The eCommerce Product Manager / Subscription Product Manager / Senior Digital Product Manager will:
-Define the customer experience, understand customer segments, identify opportunities and design solutions with a customer-centric mindset.
-Be responsible for OKRs and KPIs and reporting across digital product.
-Own the Product strategy and roadmap.
-Work closely with internal teams and stakeholders to develop and execute the roadmap.
-Own the process of feature delivery, enabling the regular launch of new features and products.
-Run agile sprints to prioritise optimisations, build and launch, define requirements for developers, and gather assets and inputs from other teams.
-Work with external suppliers and partners.
-Manage user research and testing

Candidates for the eCommerce Product Manager / Subscriptions Product Manager / Senior Digital Product Manager role must have
-Previous experience as a product manager, delivering digital consumer experiences in a transactional eCommerce environment.
-Experience of consumer subscription services or models is ideal, but not essential.
-Comfort in a broad product role with broad scope and responsibility
-Data driven approach to decision-making.
-Strong communication skills and stakeholder management experience
-Mobile App experience is an advantage

This role will be remote initially, probably visiting the Central London offices once a week when safe to do so, or more if desired.

Salary £ 50000 - £ 65000 per annum
Benefits Bonus, Benefits
Type Permanent
Location London
Discipline Product Management
Reference 8779CM_1615564453

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