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Product Manager


Ed Tech
2 days ago

FutureLearn is transforming access to education. Backed by the Open University and based in London's Camden Town, we offer online courses, programs and degrees run by many leading universities from around the globe.

Since our launch in September 2013, we've run hundreds of courses that have attracted over six million learners. They come to study a diverse range of topics, including business and management, healthcare, teaching and digital skills.

Our award-winning platform helps them learn by provoking conversation around the course material, so that learners and educators learn as much from each other as from the material itself.

Our vision is a global community, where everyone learns together and enjoys access to the education they need to transform their lives. We're looking for a Product Manager to join our highly collaborative, 100-strong company, to help more learners discover and benefit from the FutureLearn community.

We're looking for an aspiring Product Manager to join the team working our objective to grow the number of active learners using FutureLearn, whose skills and expertise will help us dramatically grow the global community accessing education. The role will report to the Senior Product Manager, who leads our multi discipline Discovery and Activation team and will be responsible for the day-to-day hands-on product management.

What you'll be doing

Product Managers at FutureLearn are responsible for four key areas:


  • Understanding and interpreting data and user research
  • Encouraging and managing ideas generated from learners, partners and staff
  • Working with developers and designers to understand complexity of different solutions


  • Evaluating and scoping opportunities based on learner, business and partner needs
  • Shaping the strategic direction of the product
  • Creating, managing and communicating roadmaps and backlogs for specific products
  • Developing explicit metrics to measure success and guide decision-making


  • Facilitate team decisions and resolving conflicts
  • Prioritising – (and saying 'no')
  • Defining and agreeing what 'done' looks like
  • Writing stories and defining scope
  • Celebrating success when the team's outcomes are met
  • Encouraging innovation, both in what we create and how our product team works


  • Communicating the vision for a product, as well as roadmaps and plans, to the team
  • Facilitating workshops with stakeholders and product team members
  • Contributing to regular meetings such as sprint reviews


You will have demonstrable experience of:

  • Working in a cross functional teams in a product management capacity
  • Significantly growing the audience of a consumer product
  • Facilitating developers, designers, user researchers and others to successfully deliver projects in a hands-on way
  • Communicating ideas, numbers and vision to a range of stakeholders
  • Planning and prioritising product development
  • In addition, you'll have an interest in the future of education, thrive on exploring pioneering new ways of doing things and be passionate about creating delightful solutions.


  • £40,000 - £50,000 salary, based on experience
  • 28 days' holiday (plus 8 days public holiday)
  • Buy & sell up to 5 days holiday
  • Charity day (volunteer for a charity of your choice)
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Flexible working environment/hours
  • Pension (4% employer / employee contribution)
  • Great coffee, teas, fruit, and daily breakfast
  • Perkbox

We value diversity at FutureLearn, and we do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital or disability status.

No recruitment agencies and please note that this is not a remote working role.

Product Manager


2 weeks ago

We're in the business of delivering awesome meals into everyone's home or office – fast.

We achieve this by building and running a superb website, suite of mobile apps, a complex logistical platform, a fleet of passionate drivers, and a global operation, all to help bring great food from the world's best-loved local restaurants to consumers with an unparalleled level of convenience. We don't want people to have to suffer with bad takeaway delivered an age after they order.

We work with hundreds of the UK's best loved restaurants along with renowned local gems such as to enable them to open up a valuable new revenue stream. Our customers are as passionate about great food as we are!

The only thing faster than our deliveries is the growth rate of our company. We're increasing in business scale and organizational size at a blisteringly fast rate, and keeping it all together and making everything click are at the heart of what make working at Deliveroo a thrilling experience. If you want to make a difference, and you're passionate about food, come on board and join the ride.

The Role

Product Management at Deliveroo takes many forms, and involves many facets. We're a consumer-facing brand, with websites and mobile apps which help customers find great quality food which can be brought to them to satisfy their needs any time day or night. We're a logistics company, directing a fleet of drivers around major cities across the globe using a dedicated native app. We're a partner to restaurants, who see us as a way to unlock access to new customers and thus maximize the revenue of their existing business, and who interact with us in several ways. And we're a home for numerous internal teams going, with internally facing tools for customer service, finance, and others, to keep the operation afloat.

Life as a product manager can mean working on any or all of these areas, in order to deliver value to customers, drivers, and restaurants. From day to day, you'll tackle new problems, address new challenges, and find new, creative ways to apply yourself to the problems at hand.

We're seeking brilliant and motivated Product Managers to help us keep moving things forward. In this role, you'll work with a dedicated team of developers and designers, focused on bringing upside to an area of our functionality and to help us stay ahead of our blistering growth.


What we're looking for

  • 5+ years of online product management experience, overseeing a dedicated team and managing product prioritization, roadmap, and delivery of user-facing functionality
  • An uncompromising focus on user-centric design, applying intellect, data, research, and well-honed judgment to ensure you're focused on making the biggest difference to our users with your work
  • An evangelist's touch for exciting an organization with your product vision, instituting passion and excitement for your work, and a salesman's ability to convince your stakeholders to be thrilled with an outcome, even if at times it varies significantly from their original ask
  • Significantly above standard analytical and technical skills, with an ability to challenge and be challenged on a numerical basis to ensure your decisions are well founded
  • The sort of personality who thrives in a fast moving, quickly changing atmosphere. You should jump for joy when people bring you new ideas or data, and love engaging people across the company at all levels with your enthusiasm for making positive change.
  • A passion for great food. We love the product, and truly believe we're making a difference
  • Experience running A/B and multivariate tests, using customer data to drive decision-making and being willing to question your assumptions on a regular basis

It would also be great if you have:

  • Strong consulting experience at a big name firm
  • An MBA from a top tier institution
  • Experience in a fast-moving startup culture


  • Become one of the key employees of a fast-growing, exciting startup changing the food delivery landscape
  • Top-notch kit. We'll get you a shiny new Macbook and stuff.
  • Eat great food.
  • We do test the product very regularly, watch that waistline ^_^
  • Tech and food events with the team.
  • Gym membership. Probably important in a food company.
  • Swag! You'd better like kangaroos though.
  • Work with people who love what they do every day

We believe a great workplace is one that represents the world we live in and how beautifully diverse it can be. That means we have no judgement when it comes to any one of the things that make you who you are - your gender, race, sexuality, religion or a secret aversion to coriander. All you need is a passion for (most) food and a desire to be part of one of the fastest growing start ups around.

Elliptic is the world's leading Blockchain intelligence company. We identify illicit activity on the Bitcoin blockchain, and our clients include financial institutions and law enforcement agencies.

What’s the role?

We build cutting edge technology that is used by the world’s leading law enforcement agencies and Bitcoin companies to investigate illicit activity in Bitcoin. We collaborate closely with our clients to define the best practices for performing Bitcoin investigations, and we work hard to share the state of the art investigative techniques with the industry.

We are looking for a Technical Product Manager to take complete ownership of understanding and writing requirements, and management of the product-to-tech lifecycle.

An engineering background or capability is strongly preferred - this is a technical role and we’re looking for someone who appreciates the nuances of building products from an engineer’s perspective.

What you’ll do:

  • Work closely with business leaders, sales organizations and internal users to understand and translate emerging customer requirements and develop them into detailed product roadmaps, feature specifications and business and functional requirements.
  • Have end-to-end responsibility for business and functional requirements and be able to deliver the following items: business and functional requirements documents, user stories, wireframes, process flow models, GUI, screen and interface designs, and informational training aids.
  • Work with development teams to estimate cost and time to deliver new product features.
  • Collaborate with developers and subject matter experts to establish and drive the technical vision and determine project timelines, deliverables and resource needs.
  • Use general project management skills to ensure on-time delivery of each product and feature launch.
  • Effectively manage and escalate trade-offs between cost/schedule versus customer benefit.
  • Work with sales and account management teams to provide product support.
  • Develop and use your understanding of competitive offerings to help drive strategy and execution activities.
  • Coordinate user acceptance testing to validate and process the approval of new features prior to release.
  • Investigate/troubleshoot application issues and document details for the development teams to address as appropriate.
  • Prioritize and schedule product bug fixes, improvements, and/or enhancements as well as new solutions as appropriate.

Requirements & Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree Required
  • 4+ years of experience working in a business analyst, product manager, or similar role delivering software products to market
  • Engineering background is strongly preferred - this is a technical role and we’re looking for someone who can understand complex concepts and who appreciates nuances from an engineering perspective
  • Self-starter, accustomed to working in a changing environment who enjoys and takes pride in technical solution delivery
  • A proven track record in working on complex and ambiguous programs
  • Experience working on an emerging technology is preferred
  • Strong customer focus, excellent problem solving and analytical skills
  • Experience building and managing business requirements and turning them into detailed technical design specifications
  • Experience in rapid application development methodologies - agile, scrum, etc. preferred
  • Ability to prioritize and work independently as well as in a team environment
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills including presentation skills and listening skills with the ability to present complex technical information clearly and concisely to varying audiences

Bonus points for:

  • Strong aptitude for writing detailed requirements and capturing even the most obscure edge-cases!
  • Awesome inter-personal skills, and in particular, experience with working closely with development/engineering teams.


  • Share options
  • Private health insurance
  • Shiny new laptop
  • Coffee and beer!

Elliptic is not a traditional financial services firm. We pride ourselves on having a laid-back and friendly ethos, while still expecting great things from our team. Fascinating work is the norm - working at Elliptic is never boring!

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Technical Product Manager


3 weeks ago

At Pusher, we're looking for someone who has a deep passion for developer products. We believe the world needs more software, and more of it can be distributed and packaged as APIs. We want you to help us do this.

We divide our engineering teams into small "Raiding Parties" who explore new ideas for products. We're looking for technically-minded product managers to lead these products through customer development and eventual success as part of a larger portfolio we are creating.


To be considered for this role we are looking for people who are:

  • Technical (possibly software engineers who are changing career)
  • Deeply empathetic to customers' needs
  • Experienced in validating ideas with real customers, and evolving a product based on feedback
  • Opinionated about how APIs and SDKs can be built to conform to a general set of principles
  • Passionate about the primacy of developer experience as a leading indicator of success

Is this you?

We're looking for people who can run the gamut: from seeking out problems to be solved; to articulating a potential solution; leading a small team towards an MVP; and finally evolving the product and objectively stating its success or failure.

You will be supporting the work of the teams by producing the user-facing documentation; user stories; early marketing materials; wireframing dashboard information architecture and designing user surveys.

You'll have to be technical enough to build websites and small applications to "dog food" the products your team will be building. You'll need enough technical credibility to guide highly technical teams.

You'll understand and be enthusiastic about Customer Development and The Lean Startup. You'll understand agile working practices like Scrum and Kanban. In all these things you will not be dogmatic. We're adherents of the phrase "strong opinions, loosely held". This role epitomises this sentiment.

Pusher is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity and inclusion at our company. We welcome people of different nationalities, backgrounds, experiences, abilities and perspectives.


What you get

  • Competitive salary
  • Based in the heart of trendy Shoreditch
  • Flexible hours
  • MacBooks for all
  • Profitable company
  • Team lunches
  • Private health insurance
  • 28 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Pension plan
  • Yoga
  • Massages
  • Free snacks

Senior Product Manager


3 weeks ago

MOO's looking for a Senior Product Manager to lead its 'Money' team, who develop the checkout and account services. Everything we do at MOO is grounded by the needs, wants and behaviours of our customers. They inspire us and tell us when we're on the right track, and when we're not. We experiment, we make big and small changes, and we enjoy the fact that everything we do has the potential to impact & delight customers daily.

As the Senior Product Manager for Money you'll need to influence and articulate the overall product vision. Then, work with your multidisciplinary team to define requirements that meet the needs of the business and the consumer. Analytically minded, you will be able to analyse the impact of product features and provide insightful recommendations for continuous improvement.

What you'll be working on

  • Shape the Product Strategy and Roadmap for the Money product area.
  • Know your customers and their problems. Form value propositions and validate them through customer research and tests; learning about customers' habits and drivers, and building hypotheses to prove/disprove.
  • Manage stakeholders and identify new opportunities by working across the business.
  • Lead and inspire the team to deliver great work, owning the backlog, clearly articulating and agreeing the user stories and acceptance criteria.
  • Prioritise and own the resolution of defects and testing cross device/OS.
  • Keep abreast of new technical developments which could enhance or revolutionise the product and customer experience.
  • Monitor KPIs and prove incremental value of work delivered by the team.
  • Mentor junior POs and contribute to the Product Owner Guild to share your knowledge and learn from others.

About You

  • You LOVE product. You love taking things apart, putting them back together, discovering problems and debating features. You are intrigued by juicy product problems in search of elegant, simple solutions. You love to learn and are quick to recognise failures and pivot the product based on learnings. You are a self-starter who is quick to take direction and run with it.
  • You love building and strategising. Your perfect week might include a user story mapping session; deep diving for insights in your analytics dashboard; discussing with stakeholders the perfect balance of optimisation and innovation; reviewing and signing off stories and celebrating wins with cake!
  • You are customer-centric. Real, actionable customer insights rock your world. You value user research and actively seek out opportunities to understand customer needs for quick wins and as the basis for innovation. You are positive, empathetic and persistently patient.
  • You have commercial chops. You speak the language of ecommerce, marketing, conversion and UX best practices and can adapt your communication style depending on your audience. You are driven by KPIs and evidence. You will have 4+ years of leading product teams within high growth environments.

About MOO

MOO is a multi-award-winning technology, design & print company. We're passionate about making great design accessible to all.

We pride ourselves on providing amazing quality print products and a fantastic customer experience for everyone, everywhere.

Founded in 2006, we've grown a lot since then and the total team is well above 400 people in 6 locations across UK & US. Our multi-disciplinary product teams work together in our beautiful design centric offices in Farringdon, London.

Along with the encouragement to really "be yourself at work", great roles and opportunities to grow in your specialism & career, we offer comprehensive benefits including matched pension, paid parental leave, 25 days holiday rising to 30 through tenure, private healthcare insurance, life insurance, season ticket loans, cycle to work scheme and an ice cream fridge stocked with at least 4 flavours of Magnum and more cake than you've ever seen.

Diverse teams build better products

We strongly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives and backgrounds will consistently lead to a better workplace for our MOOsters (employees) and a better product for our customers.

MOO does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, religion or belief, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital status, disability or any other protected class. We are actively working to create a diverse & inclusive team.

Product Manager - L&D


4 weeks ago

Fancy getting involved with one of London's most exciting companies?

Perkbox were voted one of The Sunday Times Best Small Companies To Work For 2017, and we are looking for an awesome Product Manager who wants to turn innovation into an art form!

We can't promise a quiet life – in fact, we promise quite the opposite. We have over 400,000 members now and we've got UK and global expansion on the brain. It'll always be exciting, and you shouldn't be afraid of a challenge. Things move fast at Perkbox; we need someone who can keep up and who enjoys working in an environment a million miles away from the sharp suits and boredom of Canary Wharf.

Can you picture yourself working for one of the UK's fastest growing companies, which sports one of the best working cultures around?

The Role

  • Assess the competitive landscape for strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threats
  • Recommend the nature and scope of present and future product innovations by reviewing product specifications and requirements
  • Creating and appraising new product ideas .
  • Analyzing proposed product requirements and product development programs
  • Preparing return-on-investment analyses and establishing time schedules with the tech team
  • Introduce new products by developing time-integrated plans with key stakeholders and delivering


About You

  • 3-5 years experience as a Product Manager with a SaaS company - we are working on an L&D project so experience in this respect would be ideal
  • Strong analytical eye and attention to detail
  • Holistic view of external and internal product ideation, innovation and delivery
  • Experience in managing multi-departmental stakeholder expectations
  • You're excited by new challenges every day
  • You're good fun to sit next to in an office


Join our team:

We're a dedicated bunch of people from a range of backgrounds. Working here can be hard, but we think it's always fun. The support team's music choices can be a real challenge for new starters.

We're constantly dreaming up new and better ways to do what we do. We're making a name for ourselves as a disruptive presence in the market with a knack for driving high quality users and revenues.

We're succeeding in our vision and we're looking for great people to join in and drive that success.

E-Commerce Product Manager


5 weeks ago

Want to be part of the most dynamic media company in the UK? Are you looking to join a team where you can express yourself in an environment where change and growth are celebrated? If your answer is yes - then look no further.

At Dennis, we're dedicated to creating brands that people want to work on and a culture that people want to work in and we want you to be part of the next success everyone's talking about.

eCommerce revenues are fast becoming one of Dennis' biggest digital revenue streams with significant growth witnessed over the last 3 years. This growth can be seen both in our automotive retail site buyacar.co.uk and the vast amount of activity that connects our audience of 25m users with shopping partners.

The eCommerce Product Manager will deliver our strategy across a variety of sites across various business verticals. The ideal candidate will possess a proven track record of leading a consumer facing eCommerce brand and have an extensive product management skillset. This is a complex role dealing with multiple brands and stakeholders across the Dennis business. You will lead the product strategy for your assigned brands and build, maintain and deliver eCommerce product roadmaps to time and budget.

What will you be doing?

  • Identify opportunities for future development to make shopping and online transactions easier for our customers both through direct transactions
  • Prioritise and maximise business value from all product developments by understanding customer shopping behaviours and commercial trends
  • Understand and spec out customer and business requirements for improvements to the shopping experience by working with internal teams such as BI, Marketing, Audience Development and Operations
  • Ensure all projects are spec'd up correctly to ensure the smooth and continued delivery of new features
  • Become the figurehead across the organisation for our eCommerce activity and within the industry
  • Work effectively with various business units to deliver to agreed product roadmap
  • Lead the development of assigned existing and new products across our eCommerce operation
  • Create and deliver the product vision
  • Manage, develop and prioritise the development backlog for our range of eCommerce products
  • Create a robust business cases which lay out clear, measurable benefits in line with Dennis' strategic objectives and brand ambitions.
  • Set and deliver against agreed performance and product KPIs
  • Provide monthly product performance reports
  • Where applicable, manage the customer journeys from old to new products.
  • Manage the full life cycle of the assigned products
  • Maintain an up-to-date working knowledge of technology/online solutions and developments in the UK and globally
  • Constantly maintain a pipeline of potential product enhancements which most suitably meet relevant commercial needs and which are prioritised appropriately according to their profitability, ease of implementation and strategic importance.

Who are we looking for?

  • Ideally degree qualified, or relevant work experience
  • Automotive knowledge advantageous but not required
  • Formal qualification in Product Management, Marketing or other business or technology related discipline is highly advantageous
  • Experience in eCommerce Product Management with major consumer facing brand
  • Experience in product development working with agile methodologies.
  • Track record of delivery in a fast-paced, demanding environment
  • Experience of user interface & workflow design for business systems.
  • Experience of application & system integration working with external partners.
  • Strong communication & interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work well in a cross functional environment with multiple stakeholders
  • Excellent data analysis, presentation, written and verbal communication skills
  • Attention to detail in documentation and communication
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and meet variable deadlines
  • Ability to work autonomously and define own workload

Why Us?

  • We're award winning. You will be working across award-winning brands and in award-winning teams and joining a culture where innovation and success are encouraged.
  • Our commitment. We're very proud to work for the benefit of The Heart of England Forest; an exciting and ambitious charity aiming to plant and preserve the largest native broadleaf forest in England. Founded by our late chairman, Felix Dennis, every employee gets the chance to plant a tree in their name so you can feel part of our vision.
  • We're always thinking of you. You'll have access to plenty of great benefits such as 28 days holiday, a contributory pension scheme and discounted gym membership. There are also yoga and boot camp classes to get involved in if the gym membership is not enough.
  • We recognise hard work. Have you always dreamed of taking time out of work to travel the world? You'll be given the opportunity to take a 6 week paid sabbatical after five years service. And if you're lucky enough to win our Employee of the Year Award you'll be sent on a holiday of a lifetime to the island of Mustique in the Caribbean.
  • We know how to have fun. Whether it's swatting up for one of our pub quizzes, creating a costume for our famous fancy dress parties or taking part in a fitness challenge as part of our annual charity day - we can guarantee you will share the enjoyment of life at Dennis.

Dennis does not discriminate. We're just interested in your skills, your talent and your potential. So if you feel like this role is for you, please press apply now.

Product Manager - Mobile App


last month

Launched in 2014, Peak is a brain training app developed with the help of neuroscientists that offers fun and challenging games to help improve and assess cognitive skills. Peak is based in central London and was founded by entrepreneurs from Google, Amazon, Playfish/EA and academia with a mission to revolutionise education through mobile, games and science.

We were named one of the "Best Apps Of the Year" by Apple in 24 countries and we're a Google Play "Editors' Choice" App. We recently raised $10 million in VC funding, in part from Spotify-backers Creandum, and currently have millions of users around the world playing our games.

As a product manager you will be able move with ease between the worlds of business, technology and user needs. The ideal candidate will be a team player, take a hands-on approach and enjoy working as part of a growing team. We are looking for people who are passionate, dedicated, insightful, team-oriented and creative. In this role you will work collaboratively with fellow marketing team members, as well as colleagues in Research, Customer Support, and Technology/Product Development.


  • Establish a shared vision across the company on short and long term priorities.
  • Guide the design, implementation and analysis of innovative self-improvement mobile app / products.
  • Collaborate with designers on mock-ups, usability studies and product trade-offs.
  • Maximise efficiency of the engineering team while maintaining flexibility in planning and process.
  • Analyse product and market metrics to help determine best course of action, short and long term.
  • Manage and improve product KPIs such as app install rate, retention, conversion, churn and LTV.


  • Must have a minimum BA/BSc. degree in related field.
  • Experience working with designers, engineers and marketing on consumer-focused products.
  • An understanding of the technical architecture of modern consumer mobile and web apps.
  • Engineer-level data analysis skills and exceptional communication and presentation skills.
  • 2+ years Product / Technical / Design Management experience.
  • Hands-on experience coding, designing mocks and analysing data.
  • Eligible to work in the UK.


  • We set our hiring bar really high - you will be working with the best.
  • The company is growing fast; you'll have a lot of opportunity to make a real impact on our app and our brand, and learn loads from day one!
  • Competitive salary and loads of perks including healthy snacks all day long, gym membership, your choice of hardware and a fun and friendly working environment.