Job spot: Digital Product Manager, Sainsburys Holborn, Central London, £Competitive
As a Digital Product Manager for Sainsburys, you will play a key role in researching, designing and enhancing a customer-centric, industry leading Online Retail offering. Were on a continual development curve, constantly exploring new ways to improve our site, our user experience and our online profitability.We’re looking for someone with a strong track record of delivering significant e-commerce enhancement projects. With a methodical approach and proven analytical skills, you will influence and guide projects through every phase: establishing a usability vision, strategy and roadmap; undertaking competitor benchmarking; coordinating technical and design teams; and generating measurable outcomes.
You’ll thrive in a collaborative environment, engaging a very broad range of stakeholders, influencing at director-level and inspiring others to deliver change. Strong relationship management skills are vital.
It’s rare for such a huge brand to be so open to change. But Sainsbury’s is like no other organisation. Our goal is to be a great place to shop and a great place to work, and we’re investing to become a more diverse retailer, to build long-lasting customer loyalty and, at the same time, to offer our people the most exciting careers around. Online is a vital area of growth for us and you will be right at the heart of the opportunity.
Sainsbury’s already has more than 150,000 people managing more than 24 million customer transactions each week. So the scope to build on our brand and create great online experiences is phenomenal. Discover where Sainsbury’s can take you.
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