Junior Product Owner – NFCC

Website NFCC_FireChiefs National Fire Chief Council

  • Salary: £32,300 – £38,000 per annum
  • Contract Type: Fixed Term Temporary – 12 Months
  • Location: Remote, with occasional UK travel
  • Directorate: ​Strategy, Insight and Portfolio
  • Department: ​Implementation, Programmes & Projects​

The Role

The Junior Product Owner (JPO) will play a pivotal role in the National Fire Chiefs Council’s (NFCC) journey towards achieving a Digital First strategy. Positioned within the Digital Transformation team, the JPO will own and manage the NFCC website on WordPress while working closely with the Senior Project Manager and Business Analyst to deliver innovative digital products that enhance the efficiency, decision-making, and user experience for both internal and external stakeholders of the NFCC.

The role involves contributing to the definition of product vision, managing the product backlog, and ensuring that development efforts align with the strategic goals of digital transformation. This position is instrumental in facilitating the transition of ideas into actionable project plans, maintaining a seamless user-centric approach across all digital interfaces, and supporting the development and delivery of digital solutions that meet the evolving needs of the NFCC and its stakeholders.

Please see the full Job Description for this role on our website

This full-time position is home-based, however, some national travel may be required where necessary.

If this sounds like the kind of opportunity you are looking for, please contact us to apply.

How to apply

Please send your CV and a supporting statement to recruitment@nfcc.org.uk by 17th April 2024.

Your supporting statement should set out your relevant knowledge, skills and experience against the job description. It should be no more than two sides of A4.

NFCC is committed to being an inclusive employer. We comply with the Equality Act 2010, and we believe that everyone deserves to work in safe environments that are free from bullying, harassment and discrimination, abuse, and harm, where they feel supported, welcome, and able to thrive.

NFCC acknowledges the duty of care to safeguard, protect and promote the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and is committed to ensuring safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice, all staff are expected to share this commitment.

To apply for this job please visit nfcc.org.uk.