This enterprise-sized, rapidly growing organisation in Newcastle is undergoing a huge digital transformation and is in the process of building up their IT team and practice. With this transformation being driven from the top, there's nothing to slow or stop an exciting change within a well-established organisation.
Starting from the top of this Digital/Agile transformation, this organisation is looking for Product Managers to focus on 5 key areas and drive this change. As the Product Manager you'll have the responsibility to define solutions that will improve information systems, practices and procedures and deliver innovative solutions according to business requirements.
Specific responsibilities will include:
- Take ownership and develop the product vision, business goal, program backlog and product roadmap.
- Working closely with business analysts, UX/UI designers, developers.
- Development of the product lifecycle, vision and strategy.
- Provide decision-making on product features, budgets and roadmaps throughout the program.
- Financial forecast tracking and product performance by tracking KPIs.
- Coordinate the lifecycle management of all IT-based assets.
Essential Skills & Experience
- Bachelor's Degree in Business, Information management or relative industry experience.
- Project management qualification.
- Agile/Scrum, Professional Scrum Product Owner or Certified Scrum Product Owner certification.
- Proven experience working as a Product Manager or Product Owner in an and Scum/Agile environment.
- Knowledgeable or experience with Design Thinking or Human Centred Design.
This is a rare permanent opportunity to be part of a large and ongoing transformation with an organisation that is very visible and touches many aspects of every day life. For your efforts you'll enjoy a great work life balance and unique benefits including a 35 hour work week and flex time.
If you are ready for a change and tired of the Sydney commute this is the perfect opportunity to make your move.
For more information, please contact Nick Munro, quoting ref: 196744