Digital Product Owner

Location: Melbourne CBD, Victoria
Job Type: Contract
Posted: 5 days ago
Contact: John Cassisi
Reference: 210101_1614148410
  • 12 month contract
  • CBD based
  • Federal Government

A Federal Government client is looking for a Digital Product Owner based in the CBD.

The position will exercise a significant degree of independence and will use a high-level of decision-making and judgement. It will coordinate and assume responsibility for highly complex or sensitive projects and work program outcomes across the functions that have strategic or operational significance . The Digital Product is responsible for initiating, establishing and maintaining strong relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.

Responsibilities include:

  • Facilitating workshops to capture key insights around user and customer experience gaps and current processes.
  • Conducting return on investment analysis on potential functionality and utilising insights to define a digital product roadmap with prioritised features.
  • Translating business problems into Epic themes and user stories that populate the backlog.
  • Delivering products and business change programs associated with new tools and processes.
  • Facilitating ongoing consultation through product development stages and post release, ensuring user needs and accessibility requirements are met.
  • Collecting and representing the requirements of the Participant Experience Delivery Group and ensuring prioritisation with the technology delivery capacity of the Salesforce CRM.
  • Educating stakeholders in the use of the Salesforce platform to meet Agency needs.

Ideal candidate will have the following skills and experience;

  • Extensive experience delivering digital applications in a similar role preferably on Salesforce platform
  • Experience facilitating workshops
  • Experience delivering products and business change programs associated with new tools and processes.

Please apply if this a good fit for you or for more information please call John quoting reference : 210101