Technical Product Manager (UK)

Posted 27 June 2024
LocationUnited Kingdom
Job type Permanent

Job Description

My client, a very exciting start-up in the Ecommerce world is seeking to hire their first Technical Product Manager to join their team.


This is a permanent role and will be fully remote. In terms of salary we are looking at a range of £100,000+ and you will receive stock options on top.


About the company: This client is revolutionising the ecommerce marketplace, reshaping how brands thrive on digital shelves. They have curated a portfolio of exceptional brands, unlocking their potential for marketplace revenue growth. They provide an end-to-end solution that sees them manage everything from logistics and forecasting to compliance and revenue acceleration. With a blend of unparalleled experience, expertise, and state-of-the-art technology, they are changing the way brands think about ecommerce marketplaces.


Key Responsibilities:

1. Product Development Strategy

2. Business Requirements Translation

3. Technical Liaison with Development Agency

4. AWS Ecosystem Management

5. Cross-Functional Collaboration

6. Performance Metrics and Reporting

7. Risk Management and Problem Solving


Experience: Minimum of 5-7 years in product management or a related technical role, with a proven track record in software engineering.


Technical Skills:

  • Proficiency in AWS services, including EC2, S3, RDS, Lambda, and others.
  • Strong understanding of software development processes and methodologies.
  • Experience with agile frameworks and project management tools.
  • Proven experience with using TypeScript or JavaScript programming language on back-end.
  • Experience of using the Nest.js or Node.js frameworks.
  • Familiarity with Java and Python programming languages is advantage


Additional Requirements:

  • Experience working with remote development teams or agencies.
  • Familiarity with ecommerce platforms and marketplace integrations is a plus.
  • Ability to work in a fast paced start-up environment and adapt to changing priorities.