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Product Manager

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Recruiter: Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd
Listed on: 19th January
Location: Glasgow
Salary/Rate: £48,000 - £48,000
Type: Permanent

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Product Manager Glasgow £48,000 + Progression + Bonuses + Health care + Pension + Holidays On offer is the opportunity to work for an international utility provider who can provide you with security, progression and the opportunity to earn bonuses. This company are an international provider of both electricity and gas and are also at the forefront of building innovative energy products for their customers. As a result of continued success and an ongoing programme of growth, they are now looking to recruit an experienced and forward-thinking Product Manager. The successful candidate will work within the new Electric Vehicle side of the business and will help to grow this new arm of the business from scratch. As a Product Manager they will help lead product development, customer insights as well as helping to develop the company's UK market base. The ideal candidate will have at least 5 years' experience in commercial product management and will hold a Bachelor's degree. They will also have either experience within the utilities or marketing industry. This is a brilliant role for an experienced, ambitious and driven product manager to join a company which offer the chance to grow a new business function from scratch, bonuses, security and progression. The role: * Helping to grow the EV products market * Product development * Customer insights * Increase customer lifetime value * Reduce cost to serve The person: * 5 years' experience in product management * Either experience in EV, utilities or marketing * Driver's license * Bachelor's degree The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.

Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd regrets to inform that our client can only accept applications from engineering candidates who have a valid legal permit or right to work in the United Kingdom.