Product Manager

Who is Cambridge Intelligence?

We’re a team of data visualization experts. We help organizations to make an intelligent visual analysis of their data to ‘join the dots’ within it and uncover hidden threats.

Using our KeyLines SDK, it’s quick and easy to build powerful data visualization applications, roll them into analysts’ tools and workflows, and deploy them anywhere in the world.

What’s the role about?

You’ll be taking on the product manager role in an agile development process:

  • maximizing the value of the product by identifying new feature opportunities
  • developing design requirements
  • articulating requirements to the development team
  • managing the backlog accordingly

With broad oversight of the product, you will prioritise features and work with the Development Manager to unblock issues for the development team, ensuring that they are fully and effectively utilized.

Who’s the ideal candidate?

This role is ideal for someone looking to make the move to a career in product management, or just starting out in that direction.

You may have been working in a technical capacity, as a developer, technical author or sales engineer, and want to progress your career by playing a role in shaping product direction. You’re a product person, acutely aware of the customer experience, with a strong desire to minimise their pain and deliver a great user experience.

You are someone who cares about details and has a mindset to ensure the product we deliver is the absolute best it can be. You’ll have a good mix of creativity and attention to detail and enjoy taking features from inception through to delivery.

You may already have experience with data visualization products, and this will definitely be a strong area of interest for you. A background in complex software delivery or in understanding customer requirements would be a big advantage.

You’ll have:

  • STEM degree
  • Knowledge of Agile processes and principles
  • Outstanding communication, presentation and leadership skills
  • Sharp analytical and creative problem-solving skills
  • Excellent stakeholder management
  • Good organizational and time management skills

You might also have:

  • Knowledge of a software language (especially JavaScript)
  • Experience of owning or contributing to the delivery of an SDK product
  • Knowledge of data visualization techniques
  • Experience with Cyber-security, anti-fraud, or crime prevention products/platforms

You can find out more about working here in our Life at Cambridge Intelligence section.

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- Giuseppe Francavilla, Customer Success Manager


Why join the team?

  • Advance your career
    Take on a challenge that will help you take strides in your career.

  • Turn your ideas into action
    Be part of our innovation culture, joined by others who will turn your ideas into reality.

  • Join an independent success story
    We're not beholden to VC demands. Instead we take our own decisions and set our own direction.

  • Solve problems that matter
    From protecting vulnerable people to stopping cyber attacks, we help our customers to solve important problems.

  • Forget office politics
    Say no to long meetings, pointless hierarchies and endless bureaucracy.

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