Product Manager - Store Stock and Self Edge Management

Salary: Competitive

Location: Welwyn Garden City AL7 1GA

United Kingdom

Apply by: 21/08/2020

Product Manager - Store Stock and Self Edge Management

Welwyn Garden City AL7 1GA

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About the role

As a Product Manager, you are experienced in product management practice having guided multiple product enhancements from inception through to implementation and optimisation. This involves multiple internal/ external stakeholders, and you drive product strategy, roadmap and the execution for your area. You work mostly with other members of product team - UX designers, Senior Product Managers and engineers, as well as with your product stakeholders.
In the Store Stock and Shelf Edge Management team, you will:
• Work with your customers and stakeholders to define the problem space and requirements.
• Have ownership for simplifying the way that our store colleagues manage stock in stores in the UK and Ireland, whilst working with our International team to ensure alignment.
• Work with Product Managers in API teams to build out the features that are required to support the replacement solution.
• Work with our Engineering colleagues to align with the strategy for developing and deploying a single, group repeatable version of the Apps that can be used globally.

You will be responsible for

In this job, I
• 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 leadership and direction to cross functional team (s) on short-term tasks/ near-term priorities
• Monitor competitor activity and overseas market trends
• Drive the acceptance and adoption of ideas and improvements with product and engineering stakeholders
• 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
• Driven experiments against defined hypotheses, created MVPs towards robust data-driven decisions on product improvements and their influence on product performance indicators
• Prioritise coordinate and communicate the resolution of live product issues independently

Application process

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

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