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Product Manager (website)

£35,992 - £39,991 per annum

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As the first Product Manager role at YoungMinds, you will work closely with the Product Lead and others across the organisation to ensure we create great digital experiences across our products.

Key information

Position
Product Manager (website)
Contract
Full-time, Permanent
Salary
£35,992 - £39,991 per annum
Application closing date
22 Apr 2024
Interview date
TBC
Working environment

We are currently working with a hybrid working model, where there is the option of working from home combined with 4-12 days a month of working in the office.

About this role

With mental health in the spotlight, this is a key time for us to make a significant impact on young people’s mental health and expand our audience of young people, adults and professionals. As our organisation and reach grows, we are now looking for our first Product Manager to join our amazing team.

Every month, the YoungMinds website provides thousands of young people with vital support and advice for their mental health. As Product Manager you will be responsible for managing the YoungMinds website and delivering it’s strategy, ensuring that the website provides the best user experience possible for our three core audiences: young people, parents and professionals.

You will identify and define the website vision, objectives and roadmap, with the support of the Digital Communications Manager and other key stakeholders across YoungMinds.

You will join a collaborative and creative digital communications team, working closely with them and our website agency to execute the shared vision.

You will manage the requests and needs of internal stakeholders, working with other teams in the organisation to scope out website priorities and development and ensure they are aligned around the vison for the website.

As the first product manager role at YoungMinds, you will work closely with the Product Lead and be part of the wider community of people managing product across YoungMinds, inputting into how product management and a product approach could work for the organisation.

About you

The successful candidate will demonstrate:

  • experience of creating the vision, objectives and roadmap for a product or website, to ensure the product delivers the needs of core audiences
  • experience of communicating with and managing multiple stakeholders to align under a product vision
  • experience of working with agencies or developers to execute a product roadmap, and managing the progress of ongoing development
  • be a collaborative member of a team, working closely with content specialists to ensure they are aligned under product vision and objectives
  • innovate and generate new ideas to improve the user experience and functionality of a website
  • report on a product of website’s performance, using analytical tools such as Google Analytics and Hotjar to identify areas of product development
  • understand a product user's needs by planning user research, usability testing and A/B testing with core audiences
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We welcome applications from Black and minoritised, LGBTQIA+ groups and those with disabilities, as they are currently under-represented.

We hope that you would like to join us at a very exciting stage of our growth and development. You’ll be joining a bright, dynamic team who have a passion for supporting our ambitions.

Product Manager job pack

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One of our values is: “We celebrate what makes you, you – whoever you are, we welcome you and encourage you to be true to yourself”. 

If you are excited about helping us to achieve our mission, passionate about working at an organisation that puts the lived experience of young people at the heart of everything we do and want to be part of our drive to become a truly anti-racist organisation we want to hear from you.

To apply, please fill in the application form - downloadable below - and send via email to recruitment@youngminds.org.uk.

Download our application form
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About YoungMinds

You’ll be part of a passionate, hardworking team that cares about the work they do and you’ll be part of making a real difference to the lives of children and young people. In addition to becoming part of the YoungMinds team, you’ll get:

  • 25 days paid holiday entitlement (plus Bank Holidays)
  • three days additional leave over Christmas and New Year
  • Annual paid ‘wellbeing days’ – an extra two paid days off a year for all employees to take some time for themselves, when the office is closed.
  • auto-enrolment onto pension scheme where YoungMinds will match your contribution up to five per cent
  • statutory benefits such as parental leave and sick pay
  • a wide range of other health, wellbeing and lifestyle benefits
  • a dedication to continued professional development, training and shared best practice
Find out more about working at YoungMinds

Our vision

  • A world where no young person feels alone with their mental health.

    We want to see a world where every young person who is struggling feels able to reach out, and has people and services around them who can really help.

More about who we are

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