Senior Digital Product Manager - London - £70,000-£90,000 (DOE)

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Parallel Consulting
London (South)
£70000 - £95000 per annum
14 Oct 2016
25 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Senior Digital Product Manager - London - £70,000 - £90,000 (DOE) My client, a global financial enterprise, are seeking experienced Product Managers to join their award winning Digital team. You will work closely with the Commercial Performance team in transforming the customer journey through digital experience. You will be developing the product performance across both digital and mobile channels. It is an opportunity to make a visible impact on customer interaction with the business as a whole. You can expect some of your responsibilities to include; Developing a thorough understanding of the digital experience Reviewing and challenging existing processes as well as developing solutions that best benefit customers. Leading cross matrix and functional teams to create pioneering multi-channel customer experiences Responsibility for taking digital propositions to market Experience working & delivering products within complex, matrix organisations or project environments will be crucial to success in this role If you have experience with the following please don't hesitate to apply; Online and mobile banking (credit card and current account projects would be a bonus) Customer segmentation techniques Senior Stakeholder management, including idea pitching and presentations Competitor analysis, business case creation, viability assessments Mentoring and training more junior team members In return you can expect a fantastic benefits package including flexible working hours and access to innovative, market leading and award-winning technology. Senior Digital Product Manager - London - £70,000 - £90,000 (DOE) Parallel Consulting is a multi-awarding winning, global leader in Tech & Digital recruitment. With over 12 years expertise, we assist our clients within Software, UI/UX, Testing, Architecture, Open Source and Cloud recruitment. This job was originally posted as