Product Manager – Fixed Term Contract – Surrey
The Product Manager will work in collaboration with the sales and customer service teams to proactively engage with group and market stakeholders to develop product roadmaps
The Product Manager will provide support to the sales team in positioning the product. You will work closely in collaboration with our analysis, product development, deployment and customer service teams within a formal project environment to define and document product requirements and actively drive the product development lifecycle to ensure the product set meets market requirements.
Product Manager Responsibilities:
To comply with codes of conduct and guidelines
To understand, comply and develop procedures, working practices and directives in a timely manner.
To become fully conversant at a high level with the functionality of the product set to develop and maintain the product functional catalogue
To document statements of requirement to meet release schedules and actively support the product development lifecycle
To chair multi-disciplinary project team meetings and manage the product lifecycle on a work stream basis.
To attend and present at our user groups and international market events.
To produce product documentation, material and deliver workshops that enable new products and releases to be successfully sold, delivered and supported by each of the relevant parts of the business and manage this activity for the products you are responsible for.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
Ideally have the ability to be able to demonstrate a clear understanding of the likely future Pathology business models in the context of the NHS and private sector environment.
Ability to demonstrate a clear understanding of the role of the Product Manager in the product lifecycle.
Commercially aware, with strong market analysis and business case development skills.
Ability to inspire and lead a multi-disciplinary team in a high pressure environment in order to achieve a quality product to time and budget.
Education and Experience:
Graduate calibre with appropriate qualifications and ideally a good level of directly relevant experience of the UK NHS market
Direct experience of working within a commercial software development environment or implementation.
Experience of leading a team.
Experience in a project management driven environment.
Successful candidate must be eligible to work in the UK.
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