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Product Strategy Manager | Charity sector | 12 month FTC

Posted on February 11, 2019
Ref: 245

Role: Manager

Location: Shropshire, West Midlands

Salary: £43000-£53000

Type: Permanent

Specialism: Charity

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Sally Attridge

Call: 01789 201469

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Description

This vacancy is now closed

Product Strategy Manager, c. £50k – West Midlands

The Customer Relationship Management team of a leading charity in the West Midlands are seeking a talented individual to head up their product team for a period of 12 months.  The Product Strategy Manager and their team are responsible for supporting the CRM team to deliver a range of products and services to achieve retention, acquisition and supporter engagement targets.

You will be responsible for leading and designing product development for the CRM team, working closely with data, insight and the wider marketing team.  Leading a high-performing team, you will also be responsible for daily management and motivation of several individuals and take overall responsibility for the overarching product development strategy.

It is essential that the successful candidate comes armed with significant experience of product development and has a demonstrable background of bringing new propositions to market. This of course all requires excellent people, stakeholder and project management experience!

If you are interested in working within the charity sector and can meet the above criteria, please get in touch.  As a fixed term contract, this opportunity can start immediately and interviews will happen ASAP.

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