Digital Platform Manager

£55,000 | London | Permanent
Posted 2 months ago

Digital Platform Manager - up to £60,000/annum (Year 1) & generous benefits and rewards package

This newly formed role plays a pivotal role in developing, maintaining and future-proofing a data platform that generates £5million in revenue.

In this position you will also manage another b2b website. The immediate task is to ensure the data platform is stable and reliable, reviewing all performance issues and roadmapping development priorities. You will have a project manager, developers and designers reporting into you and work closely with a Business Development Manager and Audience Development Manager to map future development work to maximise revenue and audience.

Experience of writing project briefs for both technical and non-technical people is required and you will need excellent stakeholder management skills to ensure projects are delivered as per digital strategy.

A background in Medicinal/pharmaceutical platform managment would be highly beneficial.

In addition, you will need experience of scrum or Kanban methodologies and confidence using Jira and Confluence.

Feel free to get in touch for further infomation, or apply direct!

For more information about this role, please contact:

Max Flint

max@ecomrecruitment.com

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