Department: Product 

Reporting to: Head of Product 

People Manager? No 

Location: Bottisham, Cambridge 

Contract: Permanent 

Working pattern: Full-time  

What you’ll do 

As a product manager, you will strategically plan, implement and manage Cambridge Cognition's products to drive their commercial success.  The activities will vary depending on the requirements of the products being managed; some are existing products, some newly launched, and some in research and development. 

Product Strategy:  

  • Oversee product strategy for the products being managed, working closely with other stakeholders such as R&D and Commercial 
  • Work with other functions to build business cases, including financial rationale  
  • Conduct market research to include market size, dynamics and competitive research 
  • Champion and also personally generate ideas for new products and improvements to existing  
  • Detailed operational plans of activities to implement product strategies 

Product Management: 

  • Works with the rest of the product team and internal stakeholders to manage the product roadmap  
  • At times, set out software development requirements input to the backlog 
  • Collate detailed requirements with internal and external stakeholders, using methods such as workshops and process mapping to ensure customer need is captured
  • Run design sessions to present problems and work collaboratively with other internal teams such as science and operations to come up with solutions
  • Monitor performance of current products by collating and analysing customer and commercial feedback  
  • Develop product pricing for designated products and monitor product price performance 
  • Advocate for and lead communications for product lines 

New Product Support:  

  • Construct overarching launch, communications and support plans to guide the Commercial and Science teams   
  • Collate requirements and plans and drive through clinical validation studies  
  • Set out and maintain product documentation
  • Conduct post-launch and period product reviews  

The team you’ll be working in 

  • We have a dynamic, experienced product team of 4 people that is expanding rapidly as the business grows.  Some of the team work remotely as they were hired during the pandemic.
  • The individual is expected to closely with many other teams across the business, particularly our Sales, Marketing, Research and Software Development Teams. 

What we’d love from you 

  • Experience in product management working with either digital/cloud software products or within the pharmaceutical industry
  • Excellent organisational skills, you will be a strong and effective communicator with a track record of success
  • Good planning, analysis, and writing skills are important
  • A degree or equivalent in a science or business discipline is preferable 
  • A professional qualification in marketing or product management is preferable 
  • We’d like experience within the life sciences industry and/or knowledge of software, psychology or clinical trials 

What we can offer you 

  • Flexibility – our head office in the UK is in Bottisham, Cambridge and we’re trialling smart working with 2 days in the office and 3 days remote
  • 26 days annual leave per year plus bank holidays
  • Generous pension with up to 6.5% company contribution
  • Life assurance 2x base salary
  • Private Health Insurance - Bupa Insurance, Simply Health Cashback Scheme

Even if you don't have all the experience we've listed we’d still love to hear from you if you're interested.

We're not currently able to sponsor employees. This means we’re unable to consider applications from candidates who are not eligible to work in the country our roles are based. 

Cambridge Cognition is an equal opportunities employer, we are committed to equality of opportunity for all employees and application from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, marriage, and civil partnerships.

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