Do more, feel better, live longer. GlaxoSmithKline’s motto, what does that mean to you? We’re an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
We’re a new (ish) team of passionate thinkers and makers, 25 strong and 1-2 years old at the time of writing this, based out of a budding tech hub in Kings Cross. We’re embarking on a journey of discovery within the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry and we’re here to challenge the status quo within the industry and within GSK itself. There are problems a-plenty and we need passionate, low ego, eager to learn people to make meaningful technology and experiences with us.
About the role
Responsible for our Product culture in your individual squad(s), working with the Director, helping to create clear and cohesive visions for our digital solutions.
Drive successful delivery of GSK Direct, our e-commerce platform which sells Vaccines and some Pharma products to health care practitioners. From conception to adoption, you’ll use data-informed metrics to determine how people experience this product.
Build relationships with the wider GSK business, collaborating closely with researchers and subject matter experts to build your own domain knowledge.
Partner effectively with our other cross-functional teams and spearhead the teams to guide products from conception to launch by connecting the technical and business worlds.
Break down complex problems into steps that drive product development and bring your stakeholders/team along the journey.
Help to craft prioritised opportunity roadmaps – linked to problems to be solved and in turn business outcomes.
Help your team create hypotheses, you’ll delight in experimentation. Testing assumptions and validating solutions through a mix of lean design sprints, workshops and dual track agile.
Work very closely with your Engineering Lead counterpart, overseeing autonomous cross-functional squads, helping to define and independently ship functionality to tackle user problems.