Senior Product Manager - Computer Vision

Hours: 36

Salary: Competitive

Location: AL7 1GA

United Kingdom

Apply by: 31/01/2020

Senior Product Manager - Computer Vision


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About the role

Job Summary


As a Senior Product Manager, you are experienced in product management practice having guided multiple product enhancements from inception through to implementation and optimisation. You have ownership for a large product that involve multiple internal/ external stakeholders and you drive product strategy, roadmap and the execution for them. 



In this job, I 


• Have ownership and be the domain expert of  the computer vision product involving multiple internal/ external stakeholders and drive the Product strategy & execution for it

• Engage with my stakeholders to formulate the vision, strategy and long-term roadmap for my product and execute it well by constantly managing my stakeholders expectations, working through dependencies across multiple products/ teams

• Understand key user personas, customers & stakeholders for my product and their pain points really well

• Understand and demonstrate all of the features of my product to different audiences within and outside of my immediate product team

• Effectively document and explain new requirements to the engineering team using user stories, personas, and acceptance tests and help the team in breaking down a complex piece of work/ epic into smaller, deliverable chunks of value that can be delivered faster

• Steer sprint/ release planning sessions by working with my engineering counterparts to plan sprints/ releases that deliver maximum business value in least effort

• Am accountable for the performance/ adoption of my product and work towards increasing it

• Lead discovery work around minimum viable product (MVP) for any new product/feature, collaborating with user experience (UX) and engineering teams to prototype and validate the MVP

• Provide support and coaching to junior Product Managers as well as peers

• Present to other Tesco Product areas on my Product and its functional/ engineering capabilities

• Effectively presented the vision, roadmap, key KPIs and execution plans (release/ sprint plans) for my product

• Prioritise coordinate and communicate the resolution of live product issues independently

• Work with 3rd party vendors to identify potential partnerships

• Provide guidance and mentorship to more junior product members across the team and the wider product org

• Help recruitment and develop product talent to keep raising the bar of product management


Key people and teams you work within and outside of Tesco


• Members of your Product team (Product Managers and Engineers). 

• Colleagues and business stakeholders across Tesco

• Suppliers and 3rd parties People, budgets and other resources I am accountable for in my job


• No direct line management responsibility in this role

Skills relevant for the job

• A methodical and analytical approach, great problem-solving skills and can provide logical answers to complex problems.

• Fantastic prioritisation techniques to refine & groom your feature backlog regularly.

• Attitude and the aptitude to learn and be an expert of the new product area/domain quickly.

• Excellent written & verbal communication skills 

• Great presentation & persuasion skills 

• Team Player who could work collaboratively with other members of the team.

• Able to influence stakeholders right upto senior leadership Experience relevant for this job


• Knowledge and experience of product management best practice & methodologies.

• Proven success of having managed a complex product that led to the delivery of significant value to your stakeholders

• Understand User Research/ Design Thinking concepts and applied those for your product work.

• Good knowledge in the use of Tools & Techniques for Backlog prioritisation, managing dependencies and for gaining insights using available data points.

• Broad knowledge and understanding of the technologies relevant to product management.

• Knowledge and experience of software development methodologies and processes.

• Experience working with third parties to implement software requirements



• Knowledge and experience of user interface development and optimisation 


WL2 Benefits


An annual bonus scheme which you can achieve up to 3.5% of base salary

Privilegecard (including a 2nd card for a family member) after 6 months service with 10% off most purchases at Tesco

Holiday starting at 25 days plus a personal day

A retirement savings plan - 4%-7.5% contribution rate

Life Assurance - 5 x contractual pay 

Buy As You Earn Scheme which allows you to buy Tesco shares and save tax after 3 months of service

Save As You Earn Scheme which gives you the opportunity to save direct from your pay for three or five years with the option of using your savings to buy Tesco shares at a discounted price after 1 year of service

Access to  Tesco Learning and Development Academy, Safari Books 

Application process

Our office application process varies depending on the role and the level of experience needed.

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