Product Manager Chicago, IL Job Description Responsibilities Act as the Subject Matter Expert in the Pharma domain to facilitate workshops and create high-quality user stories. Experience with ownership of mobile and web solutions for Pharma clients. Ownership of Business Requirements, starting from Discovery, UX design, Usability Testing, to Agile-driven Sprint Grooming sessions Nice-to-have but not mandatory - Experience with Event Management or any Event Management solution. Develop artifacts to drive discussion during workshops to ensure that all business needs are captured in requirements. Self-starter to identify business opportunities problem and work with the business and technology team to define options and develop solutions. Manage the backlog during the implementation phase and guiding clients on scope-creep and change management. Contribute during all phases of the development cycle (analysis, design, implementation, testing and deployment). Working with Technical Lead to document, define and share detailed business requirements of critical and complex custom-designed, digital commerce applications that use a wide range of the very latest technologies. Function independently and within distributed teams. 3+ years as eCommerce business analysis experience, either within a consultancy or the online division of an established pharma chain. Experience working with functional and nonfunctional requirements for software development andor integration projects. Exceptional presentation, listening, written and verbal communication skills with an ability to hit the ground running at client sites and to rapidly establish rapport with the client. Experience of collaborating with remoteoffshore development teams. Willingness to travel to client sites (stores) up to 10. Experience with Agile software development methodology, including user story creation. Experience working as a professional consultant. Bonus points if yoursquove been the primary point of contact with clients. Strong understanding of capabilities and limitations of programming languages, middleware solutions, application servers and presentation layer tools.
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