£90000 - £100000 per annum
Lead Product Manager sought to join a growing financial services company. The company have created an innovative data platform which can be embedded into client's systems to categorises and prioritises relevant research in a tailored way for asset managers to access without having to build further systems that interfere with existing workflows. The platform leverages AI/ML to deliver outcomes swifter and even greater without any interruption.
The company are now entering their next phase of growth which is solely focused on introducing its platform into new markets. You will be working closely with the company leaders and wider teams to help scale one of the companies key products to accelerate its growth within new markets by implementing new strategies and identifying opportunities through customer meetings, market research and user feedback. The company founders are looking for someone with an entrepreneurial mindset so expect to get your hands stuck in many areas.
To be successful for this position, you will have strong experience working with large scale data-driven solutions or enterprise products ideally within the financial sector. Although we will welcome applications from individuals with experience within other sectors as this help guide them into new realms. A technical mindset is needed as you need to convey all technical requirements and product strategies to the team to create new UX/UI interfaces. Anyone with experience in UX/UI Design tools such as Illustrator, Sketch etc. will be put straight to the top of the pile as you will be tasked to set up design frameworks and UI frameworks.
A competitive salary depending on experience is on offer up to £100,000 and extensive benefits alongside the opportunity to work with a truly welcoming team. If this is of interest, please get in touch! Hurren and Hope are the companies chosen talent partner for this recruitment campaign. If this could be a good match for your career aspirations please contact us and we'll be happy to provide more information.
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