We all want to believe that what we do makes a difference . Sometimes that difference is small, sometimes bigger. And sometimes we get a chance to make a difference that is truly groundbreaking.
This could be yours.
You could be part of a collaborative team in a global medical devices company, working on the development of an advanced biopsy product. So that means bringing your Product Owner skills to an industry you can get behind, one that will utilise them in the delivery of a device that will dramatically advance the testing and detection of cell anomalies, not to mention significantly improving the overall patient experience.
So what will you be doing?
You’ll be creating user stories, workflows and product features, working with your team to determine technical direction as well as approach to system design and implementation.
Could this be for you?
You’ll need experience working in a product development environment, as well as a good understanding of the product lifecycle, and Agile. Top communication skills, a talent for problem solving, lots of enthusiasm and empathy, will be a huge bonus.
So if this sounds like the chance you’ve been waiting for, get in touch with me (Jane) and send me your CV. And if it’s a little out of date, we can worry about that later.
All applicants will receive a response.
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