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Technical Project Manager

Technical product manager

Our client has developed a unique data science software that makes noisy data valuable. They work with leaders in various sectors to make their R&D quicker and more cost efficient. The use of this software has lead to better products and a smoother development processes. They have worked with the likes of Rolls-Royce, NASA and AstraZeneca to name but a few of their clients.

Key responsibilities

  • Manage the product development processes
  • Maintaining a product roadmap
  • Lead the product scrum in collaboration with the development team
  • Join the dots between customer needs, product features, and technical implementation,
  • Manage the development team with their decisions
  • Present the product, and consult on product capabilities
  • Make decisions on product design / API
  • Manage and organise features, sprints and priorities

Essential skills

  • Technical background or have good technical know-how.
  • Minimum 2 year’s experience in product management
  • Experienced in B2B (enterprise) or SaaS based products.
  • You are passionate about customers and solving real-world pain points.


  • Flexible working
  • Equity options

For more information on this opportunity, please contact Gerald Carew at InterSTEM Recruitment.

Technical Product Manager

Cambridge – Hybrid

£35,000 – £50,000

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