Senior Product Manager (Digital Games)
- Camelot changes lives. Just ask the National Lottery winners, good causes we work with or any of our staff!
- We currently turnover in excess of £7billion per year with plans to grow.. It may surprise you to know that we do this with a workforce of only c.800 people. This means that every one of us has a part to play and makes a difference.
- On average, we give £34million every week to good causes (Pudsey Bear, eat your heart out!)
- We run the world’s most successful lottery website and operate four of the UK’s biggest FMCG brands including Lotto and EuroMillions.
How you’ll make a difference
The Senior Product Manager heads up our Ditial Games category team (3.5 people). This team plays a crucial (and awesome) role in the lifecycle of our games. We launch on average 40 games a year with 20 new products in development at any given time. You and your team will be involved in the process from concept right through to launch. How good is that?
What you’ll bring to the table:
- Ultimately you will have worked in a similar role developing end to end games products. (This is not a technical product manager role, we have a team for this!)
- You love games. And we mean seriously love games. You will be a subject matter expert in this area. This includes knowing what competitors are doing and feeding this back.
- You get the numbers. The role is not just about making great games its ensuring they perform well so you are about to review sales data and make the right calls.
- You're an awesome people manager and inspire your team.
- Seriously good networking skills. You will interact with most departments here so you have the skills to build relationships that matter.
- Take the lead – this means with your team and with critical checkpoints during the delivery of the game.
What we'll give you:
How about a day a month dedicated to your personal development? That's right, we'll give you 12 dedicated days to help you grow with us! We're also offering a competitive bonus and benefits scheme, 26 days of holiday goodness and a rather generous pension scheme (for those planning a better tomorrow!).