London, England, £75000 - £90000 per annum + bonus + benefits
Job Type: Permanent
Managed by: Business Analysis and Project Management Team
Technical Product Manager (Software Development Use Cases). Would you like to make an impact at a fast growing Blockchain scale-up, be close to technology and have a real influence whilst enjoying perks such as fully stocked kitchen and flexible working hours?
As a Technical Product Manager you build business and pricing models, identify opportunities to grow the business in current and adjacent markets and represent products to the market. Engaging with stakeholders you will produce highly technical Use Cases on an ongoing basis; partnering with engineers to create detailed specifications enabling them to design and build features that will help create the best solution possible to fulfil all requirements. You'll work with the Programme Manager to create a detailed schedule of delivery dates for new features and ensure the product roadmap is communicated across all relevant teams and resources.
You'll be joining an exciting company that is set to grow and will be influential in innovation and the future; based in modern City based offices with large break out area and fully stocked kitchen / bar.
*You have a thorough understanding of the software development lifecycle with experience of driving complex technology products
*You have experience of working on Enterprise Scale projects
*You are able to produce technical Use Cases and work closely with software developers
*You have a good understanding of the sales and marketing process for enterprise solutions
*You have a Computer Science degree or background as a software engineer
*You're an excellent communicator with strong stakeholder management experience
As a Technical Product Manager you can expect to earn a competitive salary (to £90k) plus bonus and benefits including pension, health care, enhanced parental leave and flexible working conditions.
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