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Senior Product Owner – Social Impact Portfolio Company

Bcgdv

This is a Full-time position in Los Angeles, CA posted June 7, 2021.

Manhattan Beach, CA

We are an ever-growing global team of the world’s most remarkable entrepreneurs, designers, engineers, venture architects, product experts and investors.

We help create a strategic advantage for the most important global companies.

We are assisting our iconic corporate partner to hire a Senior Product Owner.

Senior Product Owner

This role will be remote.

Ideally, candidates will be in Boston or New England.

The Senior Product Owner is a balanced leader who has the overall responsibility of managing Digital products, creating and delivering a compelling vision that fits the needs of our stakeholders.

In this role you will:
Manage product definition and delivery, driving sprint goals and scope through prioritized stories.

Implement Agile principles and methodologies, including owning the team backlogs, defining and prioritizing epics, features, user stories and other artifacts to support development goals in collaboration with product management team Help implement proof of concepts and pilots to validate value of innovation, including defining project scope, requirements and success metrics Represent the voice of the customer by working with the broader team and stakeholders to understand user personas, pain-points and journeys Manage and facilitate meetings in a skilled manner that it is inclusive and collaborative in leadership style Proactively manage changes in project scope, identifying potential issues and devising contingency plans.

You should have:
5+ years relevant work experience, preferably in digital or software Experience with Agile development methodologies, user centered design and lean project processes Experience with Jira or other management tools Strong experience with MS Suite (Excel, PowerPoint)
Interested applicants may apply through the careers section of the website at https://www.bcgdv.com/ .

Interviews will take place after resumes have been screened for minimum requirements.

Please note that this position is not restricted solely to the responsibilities listed above and that the job scope and responsibilities are subject to change.

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