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Graduate Product Owner

Employment Hero

Employment Hero

Posted on Monday, May 6, 2024

Our mission and where you fit in

At Employment Hero, we’re an ambitious bunch of people on a mission to make employment easier and more valuable for everyone.

Since our inception in 2014, we've had some pretty impressive growth (100% YoY), now serving 300,000 businesses globally, with 2 million+ users on the platform, reaching unicorn status in 2022 - and we have no plans to slow down.

There’s never been a more exciting time to join one of the fastest-growing SaaS unicorns, so let’s see if we could be a match!

What might your days look like

We're a team of global innovators, who cherish diverse perspectives that fuel our mission; to simplify the world of work for SMBs worldwide.

Due to our continued success, we're proudly growing our Product team. We're on the lookout for Graduate Product Owners to join us on a full-time permanent basis, to support our existing team in solving customer problems and delivering an exceptional product experience.

This is an entry-level position where ongoing support and mentorship will be provided. You'll learn from a smart and ambitious team of passionate Product people!

As a Graduate Product Owner, you'll be:

  • Triaging and solving all support issues escalated to the product teams. This includes the recreation of the issue, proposing solutions and validating with Product leaders of the product line you’re working on.
  • Designing product solutions to customer problems using product management fundamentals, including but not limited to:
    > Working closely with your squad (team of devs) to develop and deploy your work.

> Product Requirements Documents (PRDs).

> Testing.

> Go To Market (GTM): informing internal teams on how to sell, support or promote your enhancements and new features.
> UX research: competitive analysis, customer interviews, customer surveys.
> UX design: wire-framing, low-fidelity prototyping, use of design systems.
> User story mapping.