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Assistant Product Manager - 12 Month Fixed Term Contract


Nationwide Building Society
Basic Salary: £30,506 - £44,065
Location: Swindon
Job type: Contract
Category: Sales Manager Jobs
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Introduction

• An Assistant Product Manager for the Mortgages team
• To be based in the head offices in Swindon.
• £30,506- £44,065 p.a. based on a 35 hour week, dependent on experience.
• This is a 12 month Fixed Term Contract
• Please send your application by Tuesday December 11 2018

It’s an exciting time in the team as we develop strategically important products and propositions to support our members and new customers ranging from those wanting to take their first step onto the housing ladder to those in later life looking to enjoy their retirement.

Who we're looking for

- Enjoys working with others and can communicate their ideas effectively to people from across the business and externally, both in writing and verbally
- Likes variety in their work, is flexible in their approach and can demonstrate strong organisational skills
- Shows tenacity, responds positively to challenge and works to help find a solution
- Can interpret information, draw conclusions and summarise from a variety of sources and present this information effectively to others
- Has an inquisitive mind and a genuine interest in supporting our mortgage business through efficient representation of the Society’s views externally and the development of new mortgage propositions

What you'll be doing

• With support, represent the Society’s views in external forums, both verbally and in writing
• Be involved in developing our propositions from conceptual stage right through to delivery and beyond
• Monitor and stay up to date with changes within the mortgage market and beyond
• Help shape the future direction of mortgage propositions through the identification of trends and future needs
• Help to co-ordinate activity across internal and external stakeholders
• Work on a variety of projects in a fast-paced environment
Introduction

• An Assistant Product Manager for the Mortgages team
• To be based in the head offices in Swindon.
• £30,506- £44,065 p.a. based on a 35 hour week, dependent on experience.
• This is a 12 month Fixed Term Contract
• Please send your application by Tuesday December 11 2018

It’s an exciting time in the team as we develop strategically important products and propositions to support our members and new customers ranging from those wanting to take their first step onto the housing ladder to those in later life looking to enjoy their retirement.

Who we're looking for

- Enjoys working with others and can communicate their ideas effectively to people from across the business and externally, both in writing and verbally
- Likes variety in their work, is flexible in their approach and can demonstrate strong organisational skills
- Shows tenacity, responds positively to challenge and works to help find a solution
- Can interpret information, draw conclusions and summarise from a variety of sources and present this information effectively to others
- Has an inquisitive mind and a genuine interest in supporting our mortgage business through efficient representation of the Society’s views externally and the development of new mortgage propositions

What you'll be doing

• With support, represent the Society’s views in external forums, both verbally and in writing
• Be involved in developing our propositions from conceptual stage right through to delivery and beyond
• Monitor and stay up to date with changes within the mortgage market and beyond
• Help shape the future direction of mortgage propositions through the identification of trends and future needs
• Help to co-ordinate activity across internal and external stakeholders
• Work on a variety of projects in a fast-paced environment
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