Senior Product Manager

Reference
VAC-29815
Contract Type
Permanent
Sector
Charity
Location
London/Flexible
Salary
£43,000 - £46,000 per annum
Expiry Date
06/12/2021
Blood Cancer UK is looking for a Senior Product Manager for our website. Our website is already a crucial channel for giving information and support to people affected by blood cancer and raising money to fund research into new lifesaving treatments.

Job Description

There is huge potential for it to do much more, and we need a senior product manager to work collaboratively to set the priorities for improving it and be able to quickly deliver improvements to ensure it plays its part in helping us beat blood cancer sooner.

Our organisational strategy has set the ambition for us to reach many more people affected by blood cancer over the next few years, and our website will be a crucial channel for making this happen.
 
We re-platformed last year and, with digital experts on our Board and Executive Team, we have started to embrace agile methodology. The development of our website needs to be at the heart of this change, but we have much further to go in using our website to help people access the health information and support they need, and to help us raise more money to fund research into new treatments.
 
So we have created the new role of Senior Product Manager to lead our ambition for the website. You will take ownership for the website roadmap, working collaboratively with teams across the charity to make sure our website develops in a way that delivers maximum impact for people affected by blood cancer. You will understand and be passionate about user-centred design and user research, and that we want someone to make sure that is a key part of how we work and how the website will develop over time
 
You will need to be ambitious to make significant improvements to the website quickly, but also be prepared to take the time to put in the building blocks for success, including developing an understanding of our audience, enabling the rest of the organisation to take responsibility for its website content, and putting in place the right systems and governance. By putting these things in place, you will ensure the digital team can concentrate on the strategic website improvements that will, collectively, lead to a step change in how many people the website is reaching and how much money it is raising.