Associate Product Manager

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  • Salary:
    £27,534 - £31,000
  • Location:
    Cambridge
  • Region:
    UK
  • Division:
    Education
  • Vacancy Type:
    Regular/Permanent
  • Closing Date:
    16 August 2020

Associate Product Manager, Education

Salary Range: £27,534 - £31,000

 

About the role:

We have an exciting opportunity for an Associate Product Manager to join our growing product management team in Cambridge Learning for Schools (CLS), and help us build solutions that support teachers in transforming the learning of students around the world.

This role will suit someone who is passionate about wanting to learn how to create digital products and services that customers love (or you might even have started that journey), by using/providing credible data and insight analysis on customer needs and trends in the digital learning space and linking this to an overall digital strategy. You will work with schools and teachers and our technology, development, marketing, sales and customer service teams to develop and continuously improve our core digital services.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Owning and managing a specific feature, component or product subset
  • Carrying out tasks to support the ongoing development of a product/service
  • Managing data analysis and insights, reporting on trends to the Product Manager and stakeholders
  • Setting up and running internal product training
  • Supporting the UX Lead with facilitation of customer interviews, Design Sprints, and research activities
  • Being an ambassador for Product Management within the organisation

 

If you are excited by what you have read above and are interested in this opportunity, please take a look at the job description attached for more information.

 

About you:

To be successful in this role you will:

  • Have ambition and drive to become a Product Manager.
  • Have an interest in and initial experience of Product Management methods and tools
  • Have some knowledge of using lean/agile practices for product development
  • Be creative, determined and pragmatic
  • Be confident and comfortable building relationships with and influencing and galvanising a diverse set of global stakeholders in a matrix organisation

It will be advantageous to have a previous experience of publishing, with an understanding of digital publishing.

 

Why Cambridge University Press?

We have over 2,500 talented employees across 50 international offices uniting all our publishing groups. We're one of the world's most respected publisher, driven by the purpose of unlocking people's potential with the best learning and research solutions. We work in global teams to tackle the big issues, raise education standards, and deliver innovative solutions to learners and researchers

Cambridge University Press is committed to being a diverse and inclusive place to work. We are part of the University of Cambridge, committed in its pursuit of academic excellence to equality of opportunity and to a pro-active and inclusive approach to equality. We are also a global organisation, serving customers and representing colleagues all over the world. Diversity, in all its various forms, is key to our success as an organisation.

Our benefits include group personal pension and free life assurance,  an inclusive and flexible working environment comprising of 28 days holiday (plus bank holidays), on-site fitness facilities, and many more. Furthermore, our Cambridge office is just a 10 minutes' walk from the train station.

If you have any questions or queries, please contact us on information@cambridge.org

 

Ref: ES20/051 

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University Printing House, Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, UK, CB2 8BS
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Emma Stratton

estratton@cambridge.org

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