At Zopa, we’re shaping the future of finance.
We offer simple loans and smart investments that help people take control of their finances and do more with their money. In the 12 years we’ve been in business, we’ve helped more than 60,000 people lend over £3 billion to 246,000 UK consumers.
And our journey’s only just beginning. In November 2016 we announced our plans to build a next generation bank so that we can bring a greater range of smart, ethical finance products to even more people.
At Zopa, our Product Managers are responsible for ensuring that problems and opportunities which impact the customer and the commercial performance of the product are identified; and that the right decisions are made and implemented at the right time to deliver maximum positive impact.
A Zopa Product Manager understands the product inside out – the commercials, the market, the customer, and their journey - both in terms of what they experience at each stage as well as what happens “under the hood”. They rigorously analyse internal and external data and insights to identify problems and opportunities.
Our Product Managers work in cross-functional teams to add even more intellectual horsepower, bringing the right people together to gather and analyse the information that is needed to inform the best decision around how to either fix a problem or seize a new opportunity. They understand Zopa’s strategy and priorities holistically and knows how they relate to their tribe, which helps them prioritise work.
They're continuously curious, seeking to deepen their knowledge around different technologies and disciplines in order to be able to ask the right questions; They may even “fill the gaps” when certain holes appear in the team, being conversant in all disciplines but not necessarily fluent in all, helping others in the team to better understand and consider the commercial and customer impacts more naturally themselves.
We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.