#17222 | 2020-07-31 Stockholm, Sweden

Senior Product Manager

Our cool client in central Stockholm is looking for a Senior Product Manager to cover a paternity leave in Q4, with as early a start date as possible. You will not be required to travel to the office but should be located within the CET/BST time zone.

You will be working on our client´s new internal product 'Band Manager', which is a Group Management tool. The primary goal for Band Manager is to have an easy-to-use UI for all employees to create and manage their Google email groups, LDAP groups (for access/permissions/tech ownership), and Google IAM groups (for GCP project/resource ownership). Tight collaboration with engineering is paramount and you will be working with both front-end and back-end developers.

You must be business-centric - specifically understanding and quickly grasping business requirements and drivers. You will also be required to closely collaborate with the product designer (UI/UX designer) and must be comfortable leading focus groups and stakeholder demo sessions for the product.

Your role will be to ensure our client continues to build great user experience, while also meeting the requirements of the business.

Start: August 2020
Duration: 5 months
Work location: Stockholm, Sweden
Requirements: Min. 5 years of professional IT experience.
Job type: Freelance

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