Our client is a large corporate financial services institution based in central Auckland. They have a strong and relaxed culture, and value diversity and innovation.
They are seeking an exceptional Digital Product Manager to contribute to the success of the brand by delivering the digital products that meet the needs of their customers and business. This will involve decision-making on complex digital projects, prioritization of product features, collaboration with experts, working with partners and managing approvals.
Their digital experience team focus on understanding customer needs through research, data analysis and experimental optimization. This role is responsible for ensuring digital solutions are delivered in a pragmatic and efficient way, focusing on incremental releases. You will also be responsible for writing business cases and proposals.
You’ll be required to lead the digital product delivery within cross functional teams and actively contribute to agile product management across the organization. You’ll collaborate with project and technical leads to ensure feasibility, support project leadership to achieve delivery timeframes and ensure excellent communication with key stakeholders.
Candidates for this role will need experience from a senior project role (ideally within a financial services environment), a strong understanding of agile ways of working, UX and software development, and a strong level of general digital knowledge.
If you fit the criteria outlined above, please apply here or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org using the reference P3817 Digital Product Manager
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