Product Owner - Tech Parking Company - Birmingham

Recruitment Genius Ltd
England, West Midlands, Birmingham
£40000 - £60000 per annum
07 Oct 2016
24 Oct 2016
Recruitment Genius Ltd
Contract Type
Full Time
Location: Birmingham, UK (with UK travel)
Includes: Company car, benefits and bonus
Salary: £50k to £60k

This growing parking software company which operates in a 24/7 environment across many major UK airports are looking for a superstar Product Owner! They are reinventing the way operators view their parking assets and are already emerging as the UK market leader - they want to welcome onboard a Product Owner who understands the multifaceted nature of this role and where your experience and skills; from business analyst to software design, will be utilised to their full potential

The Role

You'll need to take ownership of their range of products within the B2B SaaS and self service parking sector. This role will drive the strategy and continued development of their products and is a great opportunity to be part of a breakaway product with parent company backing. It's a hands-on role which requires a creative and articulate individual that possesses a unique blend of business acumen and technical knowledge.

Reporting and working directly with the MD, you will have a proven track record of defining a product strategy, managing a portfolio of products and working with external customers / development agencies / internal developers to build and drive product decisions. Your initial focus will be on developing and managing the consolidation program for their existing core product - tracking performance, identifying KPI's and ensuring they meet them.

The Opportunity

This is a great opportunity to be in it from the start; to grow in the role, have input into shaping both the product & the business and taking on further responsibility as the company expands!

In return they are looking for proven relevant experience gained from working in a Technical Lead or Product Owner capacity. You'll need a thorough understanding of the agile development lifecycle, will have worked closely with development teams (with specific exposure to reworking legacy applications) and will be a strong and competent people manager (who may have worked internationally)