Associate Product Manager – Colleague Transformation

Category: Product Management

Location: Kraków, Województwo małopolskie, Poland


Associate Product Manager – Colleague Transformation

Kraków, Województwo małopolskie, Poland

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Company Description

Our vision here at Tesco is to become every customer's favourite way to shop, whether they are at home, in store, on the move … anywhere in their world. With our unrivalled physical and digital assets and an ambitious investment programme, we aim to become the world's best multi-channel retailer.

Everything is underpinned by our continuous drive for the best tools and technology to deliver our vision. We’re driving innovation, evolving our product development process and transforming our technology to become the world’s leading e-commerce business.

We need people who share our ambition to deliver for our customers. We want passionate, talented and hardworking individuals willing to take the initiative and drive us forwards. In return we offer a huge challenge, strong support, a great team, an excellent benefit package, and significant career development opportunities.

Joining us means playing a part in defining; building and launching an ambitious roadmap of digital products that could affect the lives of millions of people over the years to come.

If that sounds exciting then we'd love to hear from you.

Additional Information


UoP 12 000 - 16 000 PLN gross/month

B2B 13 000 - 18 000 PLN net/month

Hybrid working

We’ve recently moved to hybrid working. We love working from home, but we also love connecting, collaborating, and innovating with our colleagues in person. We meet in our office in Kraków for 2 days a week.


Tesco is a diverse and exciting employer, dedicated to being #aplacetogeton, providing career-defining opportunities to all of our colleagues. If you choose to join our business, we will provide you with:

  • Permanent contract from the go – as a sign of our trust in your abilities
  • Up to 10% yearly salary bonus – for employment contract colleagues only – based on both individual and business performance
  • Heightened income costs (KUP)
  • MacBook as your tool for work
  • Private healthcare (LuxMed)
  • Cafeteria & Multisport
  • Learning opportunities - certified technical training and learning platforms like Udemy, Pluralsight and O’reily
  • Sports activities with a personal trainer
  • Referral Bonus
  • Relocation Help

If that sounds exciting, then we'd love to hear from you.

Tesco is committed to celebrating diversity and everyone is welcome at Tesco. As a Disability Confident Employer, we’re committed to providing a fully inclusive and accessible recruitment process, allowing candidates the opportunity to thrive and inform us of any reasonable adjustments they may require.

Job Description

About the Colleague Transformation Programme

The purpose of the Colleague  Transformation programme is to earn the trust of our colleagues in a simple and helpful way.  The programme aims to provide colleagues with a better experience of working at Tesco, enhanced by technology that’s accessible anywhere and available to everyone. By reducing manual tasks and admin our Colleagues, Managers and People Partners will be able to focus on their work, building their skills and building teams.

The Associate Product Manager will help build the vision for the Colleague Facts API and deliver it across every country Tesco operates in. This is a particularly exciting time to join the team as we are at the forefront of Tesco’s global technology transformation, so we have executive sponsorship and substantial budget. The role spans the whole product lifecycle.

Please reach out if you are an individual who looks for the customer angle amidst technical complexity, naturally unites stakeholders around a vision, and is unrelenting in delivering value as soon as possible to make a real difference for hundreds of thousands of colleagues across the globe.

The Role – Product Manager – Colleague Transformation

Whilst specific responsibilities will be dependent upon the changing needs of the Tesco business, the following provides an overview of the role’s key responsibilities and measures:

  • Have accountability for features within a complex product domain, and help drive product vision, roadmap and execution
  • Relentlessly seek to understand the needs and pain points of my customers and business stakeholders
  • Prioritise roadmaps with multiple optimisation criteria and decisively resolve trade-offs with peers and senior leaders
  • Proactively partner with peers and senior stakeholders to help set the future direction of my product as part of the wider business strategy
  • Ability to visualise and explain complexity to both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Attitude and the aptitude to learn new product area/domain quickly
  • Transparency and honesty about risks and uncertainties while pushing forward and adjusting to lessons learned
  • Empathy and good listening skills to understand the needs/ pain points of your customers/ stakeholders
  • Knowledge of Agile methodologies, writing effective user stories/ acceptance criteria
  • Understanding of User Research/ Design Thinking concepts



Key Skills and Experience

You’ll need to have demonstrated experience of:

  • Domain expertise in online products, APIs and international product delivery. Experience in authentication and customer onboarding is a plus
  • Prioritising and allocating resources across a product portfolio serving different needs, objectives and timeframes
  • Taken at least 1 new product/idea from conception to go-live, through standard software product development lifecycle and got measurable success across defined KPIs
  • Understanding a typical Software Development Lifecycle
  • Understanding the concepts of user stories, personas, acceptance test criteria
  • Understanding Agile methodologies
  • Understanding tech debt and non-functional requirements like performance, security
  • Translating customer requirements into technical terms
  • Explaining technical capabilities and limitations to business stakeholders
  • Breaking down complex problems into small, deliverable chunks of work
  • Building, maintaining and prioritising a product backlog using tools such as Jira
  • Documenting and explaining new requirements to engineers using tools such as Confluence and Git Wiki
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