Programme Delivery Manager
Full Time, Permanent
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Role: Programme Delivery Manager
Location/ working model: Office in Farnborough, Hampshire if you want to visit. 100% remote working is what everyone else here does.
Salary: Up to £65K.
Company: Start-up with a lot of variety, some chaos, and progression. Small dev team of 2, looking to double in size now with much more company growth over the medium term.
If you’ve got a variety of management skills from leading projects and dealing with clients to designing roadmaps and want to find a company that fully utilises your skills, then this role is for you.
I’m working with a cracking little tech start-up that is going places!
They have a presence in the UK (with an office in Farnborough, Hampshire if you ever wish to go there! But they all work 100% remotely) and the US. They operate within a few states, but they are looking to drastically expand their reach very soon, so scalability will be a watchword for them!
They are a start-up, so a start-up mentality is crucial to happiness and success here. You will be the type of person who loves to get stuck into all problems/ tasks that come your way, and aren’t the kind of person to say, ‘That’s not my job’. As the company grows, so will your role, responsibilities, level of seniority, and salary.
They have a small team currently but are looking to gradually expand as they seek out success. You’ll play a pivotal role, and your input will be crucial and valued by both the team and external customers. If you’ve been in mission-critical environments in the past, this should just be another day in the office (or should I say, WFH).
Briefly, here is the tech they are using:
- .Net Core/ 6
- .Net Webforms and MVC – these are going to be refactored to .Net 7
- Azure SQL
- Entity Framework
- Service Bus
As a Product Manager, the technicality shouldn’t concern you as much, but it’s good to know what your team is working with. If you’ve got any previous experience, or know enough to hold a conversation, this is a plus! This might look more like home to you:
- UX/UI design experience
- UAT, TDD
- Technical/Non-technical requirements
In all honesty, this role is less about technical experience. In fact, they’re willing to take the right person on as long as they’re willing to learn!
This is a chance to get in at the beginning of their journey and make a difference. You can catapult your own career trajectory significantly, too!
If this sounds right up your street, hit apply now for immediate consideration, otherwise drop me a line to find out more about your next role 😊