Digital product UX manager - London
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Join the UK’s largest and fastest growing online insurance broker who has become one of the most influential providers of insurance products to the Commercial SME and start-up market in recent years.
A challenger to the industry norm, in our head office in central London you will find a casual dress code, flexible working hours, and an open-plan office where our CEO works right beside everyone else. You will also find cross-departmental teams working on exciting projects, releasing new products quickly to change the traditional insurance market.
Join a double Best Companies to Work For winner
Working here is great, but don’t just take our word for it. Our unique and enjoyable culture has seen us named #1 in the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For - two years in succession!
As a member of the digital product team, you will be key to creating digital experiences that provide a consistent and effective user experience. It’s an exciting time to join this team as we grow to support call centre consultants, marketers, insurance product managers, designers, copywriters, developers, QAs, analysts, and others across the business, in designing and delivering features that support both user and business needs.
Salary / Package
Salary is reflective of experience. As standard benefits, we offer life insurance, childcare vouchers, a cycle to work scheme and a season ticket loan. With our flexible benefits scheme, you can also mix and match the following:
- Private healthcare
- Dental insurance
- Pension scheme
- Extra annual leave
- Gym membership
How to Apply
If you are interested in working for us, then please email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting the specific job role in the subject line.
Note for recruitment agencies We have an internal team in place for our recruitment needs, so we tend not to use recruitment agencies. If we do not have signed terms of agreement with your company, then we advise against you sending us any speculative candidate profiles. They will not be subject to any terms and conditions, regardless of whether we progress with the candidate.