London, City of London - Greater London
£85,000 - £100,000 per annum
0203 397 4565
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A Product Director is required to join an innovative IoT client based in Central London who are creating innovative products for the home. Working with an established team and with the backing of a FTSE 250, the Product Director will take the lead on all hardware and software related product tasks, working with senior management to ensure the effective delivery of all devices whilst looking at international growth opportunities.
This Product Director opportunity will sit in an established start up and will be required to wear many hats. There is a huge amount to do in terms of helping to shape the product offering, product team and continuing to develop the product roadmap, however a lot of the foundations have been laid.
The Product Director will ideally have experience in either IoT or the consumer electronics space and will have knowledge covering Hardware and Software. You will have ehe ability to think strategically and hypothesise and design against the big picture. You will ensure the product is designed and developed with the user in mind, working closely with the inhouse user experience team.
The opportunity is massive and the ability to demonstrate a background in bringing successful products to market is key. There is a clear opportunity to develop a product with huge global potential and to help solve interesting, complex challenges along the way.
Job Title: Product Director
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