At Patchwork we’re looking for a Product Manager to join our talent team working on digital solutions for the NHS!
Patchwork is an award-winning digital healthcare solution that was built by doctors, for doctors.
We are revolutionising flexible working in the NHS and are helping NHS organisations save millions (and counting), by connecting them to an increasing number of flexible bank workers. We help grow their staff banks, remove reliance and spending on locum agencies, and aim to improve the general experience of flexible bank working.
We are looking for a Product Manager to join our growing product team where you will be the key driving force, moving Patchwork’s exciting, new Product forward. If you have strong experience in product management and a passion for Health Tech, then this is the role for you.
You will get the opportunity to work with the Product, Engineering, Design, and Ops teams to drive the agile development of our key, new product line for 2021.
Oversee and drive the entire new product development process
Act as the single point of contact across the organisation as the product is built & shipped, meeting internal KPIs
Lead sessions with internal teams to define the product to be built through a series of design workshop
Gather requirements – prioritising feature implementation through robust, evidence-based assessment & a consistent focus on solving the most valuable problems
Support the Head of Product to shape the product vision, strategy and roadmap for the product line
Set a team direction with a clear sense of scope, whilst embracing ambiguity and creating a sense of urgency
Drive a range of diverse continuous discovery efforts with customers and external partners
Ensure JIRA projects are well-managed and that tickets are optimised for clarity (through user stories, acceptance criteria, etc.)
Create and set a standard of top calibre product management
2+ years in a Product Management role (ideally B2B)
Experience with JIRA and working in an Agile environment.
Previous experience in a fast-growth scale-up/start-up, consulting, or a similar environment
Execution-focused track record, well-organised and with an attention to detail
Strong and efficient communicator, tailored to internal and external stakeholders.
Able to work autonomously with confidence – yet can enable teamwork through effective coordination where necessary
Thrives in ambiguity and understands trade-offs
Analytical, problem-solving mindset and the ability to apply frameworks to make decisions
A quick learner and unafraid to get their hands dirty!
Experience with mobile technologies.
User-centric past approach to problems
You should apply if
A stellar project manager and an interest in Product Management.
Empathy for users and a desire to learn more about their problems.
Experience working with engineering teams.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
The ability to juggle projects and deliverables, whilst handling uncertainty.
Based in London/UK and comfortable meeting the team on occasion.
Support remote/flexible working environments
24 days annual leave with the option to carry up to 5 days over
Cycle and Tech loan scheme
EMI Shares Options
Discounted highstreet perks with CharlieHR
Salary advances with our financial wellbeing partner, Wagestream
Free therapy, counselling and other wellbeing services through our Employee Assistance Programme: Health Assured
Trained Mental Health First Aiders in the business
Weekly Lunch & Learn
Monthly Culture Club: Diversity talks, cooking workshops, book clubs
£250 per employee assigned to Learning & Development
We receive a lot of applications and as a small team we are unable to give individual feedback on each application. If you have not heard from us within a week, unfortunately you have not been selected for an interview
Due to Covid we are offering flexible working and are always following government guidelines.
Patchwork provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants. All employment decisions (including recruitment, hiring, promotion, compensation, transfer, training, discipline and termination) are based on the applicant’s or employee’s qualifications as they relate to the requirements of the position under consideration. These decisions are made without regard to age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic characteristics, race, colour, creed, religion, ethnicity, national origin, alienage, citizenship, disability, marital status, military status, pregnancy, or any other legally-recognised protected basis prohibited by applicable law.