What’s the role about?
As a Digital Product Owner you will be responsible for maximising the value of the Product, minimising risk and helping build agility into the process. You will be the subject matter expert within your assigned Product team, representing the voice of the customer, end user and business stakeholders and developing deep empathy within a complex and rapidly changing environment.
You will be expected to own, prioritise and manage the Product, ensuring it represents customer, end user and business goals. Your decisions will be visible through the content and order of a clear and transparent Product Backlog and roadmap, designed to best achieve the goals and mission of your Product.
You will be an excellent communicator and able to work collaboratively with stakeholders from diverse backgrounds, providing regular and timely communication about the plan, releases and ensuring the successful delivery of value during each iteration. Developing rapport and trust with business owners, key stakeholders and a highly technical Development team will be key to your success.
Salary range: £53,000 - 74,900 per annum (FTE)
Why do our Digital Product Owners love working for us?
No two days are ever the same in the world of Omnichannel retail, we are on a mission to reignite the joy of shopping. You will play a key role in shaping the future of Waitrose as a truly digital organisation working on Propositions, Solutions and Capabilities to deliver the Partnership’s vision. We are a vibrant, spirited, multi functional and matrixed team of Product Specialists, Designers, Engineers and Analysts working collaboratively to deliver ambitious Omnichannel plans.
What will you be doing?
This role will focus on the ongoing development of the POS within Waitrose, delivering changes to retail to support the growth in self serve, adding additional functionality through a release roadmap and streamlining the checkout experience for both customer and Partner.
The ideal candidate will have experience within the checkout and payment processes in a retail environment, understand Retail point of sale systems and their development and have a good understanding of the latest trends and future needs of POS technologies.
What you'll have:
Experience leading others within a Product team using an Agile development methodology (such as SCRUM or Kanban).
Able to solve complex problems and take a new perspective on existing solutions.
Proven ability to respond to and prioritise changing demands effectively.
Ability to balance multiple priorities, stakeholders and timelines.
Understanding the commercial effectiveness of your products married with a focus on customer centricity.
What else could you bring?
Experience of defining and delivering Minimum Viable Products, running A/B tests and making data oriented decisions.
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