Digital Product Manager

Full-Time UK Salary: £40000 - £43500 per annum

We’re looking for an experienced product manager to take charge of the most popular tool used by schools in the UK to assess pupils’ social emotional and mental health – the Boxall Profile Online.

This is an exciting and challenging role, at the heart of an agile organisation with a strong record and reputation, where you’ll make a difference to the wellbeing and mental health of hundreds of thousands of children and young people.

As a Digital Product Manager, you will drive product growth and improve the overall customer experience of the charity’s flagship digital product. You will lead the development of future digital products.

You will be responsible for establishing the vision and strategic direction of the digital product, lead and work collaboratively with cross- functional teams to ensure continuous technical development of the product and its optimisation, as well as increasing its reach, achieve revenue targets and exceed customer satisfaction.

You will be responsible for identifying and taking opportunities to build new digital products that advance strategy, have strong market potential and are highly scalable.

The role will include:
*Strategic planning, business model development and revenue generation
*Product management and development (including managing outsources technical developers)
*Driving new sales, retention, and engagement
*New product development
*Market, user, and audience research
*Budget responsibility

We’re ideally looking for someone with:
*Significant experience working in a Product Manager position
*Knowledge of customer-centric services
*Good experience of strategic planning
*Knowledge of financial planning and strategy
*Knowledge of lean product development and agile development methodologies
*Excellent communication skills with the ability to simplify complex problems and develop workable solutions
*Proactive and innovative thinking with the ability to develop ideas, set a clear direction and then deliver

You’ll need to have the right to work in the UK to take on this role. As a children’s charity, we only employ people who are committed to safeguarding, and we follow our safer recruitment procedures to recruit new team members – one part of this is to carry out a DBS check or equivalent.

For a detailed job description, to ask about the role, or to apply, get in touch with Tom Ryan, our Director or Products, Services and Impact.

Tagged as: Flexible hours, Remote