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Senior Product Manager


London, United Kingdom


In this role, you’ll get to wear many hats, work fast and smart, and iterate quickly – all on behalf of our customers. We are looking for someone who is ready to take ownership of a growing business opportunity and join a tightly-knit team tackling a very interesting and challenging opportunity in fast-fashion. You will manage one direct report and a wide scope of influence. Day to day, you will undertake in-depth analysis, translating information into ideas and make things happen fast. All while balancing the needs and requirements of multiple stakeholders. Flexibility and the ability to prioritize in a changing business environment will be key. To be successful in role, you will need to move fast, have an unrelenting tenacity to get things done, and be capable of breaking down complex problems and making data-driven decisions that best serve customers.

You will proactively design strategies and execute plans in 5 core areas:
1. Drive our customer insights program (qualitative and quantitative) for satisfaction across all aspects of our offering.
2. Create differentiated brands that achieve stand-out in a crowded, competitive and ever-changing marketplace.
3. Game changing ideas to increase new customer acquisition into Amazon Fashion.
4. Build a conversion program to drive long-term customer engagement and brand loyalty.
5. Across the team, manage prioritization, trade-offs and on-time project delivery for a broad set of projects incl. traffic, design, branding and CX.


· Strong oral and written communication skills, with a demonstrated ability to communicate and build consensus with various internal and external groups and senior leaders.
· Strong data extraction, analytical and problem solving skills; ability to work with large, complex data sets and familiarity with statistics or other analytical techniques; SQL and excel skills are required.
· Bachelor degree and 7+ years of relevant work experience in product management
· Experience making scope/schedule/resources (including budget) trade-off decisions with little or no guidance.
· Ability to balance requirements with various constraints including resources capacity, budget and scalability and stability impacts.


· Master’s degree in business administration, engineering, computer science, or related discipline preferred.
· Ability to think strategically, innovatively, and creatively using sound business judgment and quantitative skills.
· Experience leading innovation and transformational change in large, technical organizations.


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