£75000 - £100000 per annum
about 1 year ago
If you are interested in working on a complex product which will provide plenty of challenges please read on.
Domain knowledge: big data/ analytics tech stack and architecture Good working understanding of these domains to be able to challenge data engineers, architects, software developers and bioinformaticians
Sufficient technical understanding such that you can effectively balance technical debt against new features, risks and defects Have led teams (functionally or in squads), applying modern software delivery and engineering practices such as Agile and DevOps, knowing what to pick and choose to adapt to the squad's needs
Strong at adapting personal style and approach when dealing with different stakeholders. Proven ability to make sound, evidence-based and data driven decisions, assessing risks and defending decisions and action.
Excellent problem solving and analytical skills to be able to present trade-offs for decisions (e.g. ROI implications).
Experience taking a product from discovery to running live
Experience of leading a team, including ability to mentor, coach and create a collaborative environment Experience building and navigating complex, data heavy product suites Experience of agile development/delivery of digital services
Successful at (and enjoy) collaborating with people from a variety of backgrounds Able to influence a range of stakeholders at a variety of seniorities but also willing to listen and take on board other opinions and ideas
Highly proactive and a practical problem solver who likes to figure stuff out rather than explaining why it can't be done.
Healthcare experience a plus7-10 years' experience (preferred) in product management with demonstrable experience of managing complex product(s) visible at either a national or global level
It will never be dull...