Digital Product Manager, York

Salary £40k - £55k dependent on experience

Digital services drive the vast majority of STEM customer interactions and provide the platform through which all of our main programmes are delivered, the Product manager’s role is to drive these systems and services forward, to understand the business requirements, the organisational landscape and current technology innovations to ensure STEM’s digital presence is world leading.

You will be accountable for the suite of digital products; ensuring all development is aligned with the strategic direction of STEM Learning and the department/programme stakeholders.

This is a key role within the IT team and an exciting time to be joining us. The role holder will be able to develop and refine the role and play a key part alongside others in developing a forward looking IT strategy.

You should be a proactive, driven individual with a passion for digital product development with at least 5 years’ experience that demonstrate a proven track record of delivering digital product roadmaps on time and on budget, leading effective product management teams and coaching and developing your direct reports.


£40k - £55k dependent on experience

Appointment to this role enables access to a wealth of staff benefits including

  • the USS pension scheme (currently Employee contribution of 9.6% and Employer contribution of 21.1% plus life insurance cover and dependents pension)
  • 30 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Salary sacrifice scheme including, cycle to work scheme, health cash back plans, free eye tests and pension advice vouchers.
  • flexible working

STEM Learning provides excellent learning and professional development opportunities to enhance career development and technical skills for all their staff, at all levels, and all stages of their career.

About us

Our vision is to achieve a world-leading STEM education for all young people across the UK.

We are the largest UK resource for supporting STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) teaching and learning through provision of CPD, resources, STEM Ambassadors, online communities and other support, in partnership with a wide range of organisations and individuals.

Our York office is situated on the beautiful campus of the University of York with easy travel links into and out of the city. Our flexible working policy enables staff to plan their commutes and meet their home life commitments.

Closing date for applications is 10am, 2nd March 2020 with interviews taking place on 17th March 2020 in York.