Senior Product Manager - Webshop

Posted 01 November 2023
Salary €80000 - €90000 per annum
Job type Permanent
Discipline Product Management
Contact NameThais Ferreirra

Job description

Senior Product Manager - Hybrid in Munich

Are you a Senior Product Manager with strong B2C experience?
Do you thrive in an environment where you have the freedom to tackle long term projects end to end?
Do you love the fast paced e-commerce space and want to work for a company with strong YoY growth?

If so read on!

My Client is looking for a Senior Product Manager to head up the Web store team of their high end goods company. You will join a small team of product managers helping shape the long term commercial & tech goals for the company, with the chance to have real, defining impact from day one!

What you'll do:
  • Develop a compelling vision and strategy for the web store
  • Collaborate with different departments and stakeholders to deliver state of the art products
  • Define and own product strategy and roadmap for your team
  • Continuously balance between trade-offs between scope, quality and speed
  • Communicate effectively with senior leadership and cross-functional teams on product plans, progress, challenges, and outcomes
What You'll Bring:
  • You communicate fluently in German and fluently in English, but also have the gift of translating technical jargon into language that anyone can understand. Russian is a plus
  • You are a strong communicator with an high level of resilience and flexibility as well as a structured way of working
  • You have an hands-on mentality and take end to end ownership for you product paired with an independent way of working
  • You are a data driven person and use strong analytical skills to drive decision making
What You'll Like:
  • Competitive salary, with performance-based bonus
  • Flexible hybrid approach to work
  • Friendly environment, with very visible and approachable senior leadership team
  • International and inclusive team
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