Product Manager

Permanent, Belfast

  • Job ID: 639
  • Location: Belfast
  • Job Type(s): Permanent
  • Categories: Product Manager
  • Posted May 16, 2022
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Product Manager

Do you want to work with a truly outstanding company that develops cutting-edge technologies for the at-home assessment of brain and mental health conditions.

They have developed the next generation of tools to detect and track diseases of the brain and are used by the world’s leading researchers and pharma companies to transform the understanding of mental health and improve the development of novel treatments for brain disorders. 

They are expanding the team and are recruiting a Product Manager. In this role you will play a key part in the Product Team in overseeing the product development life cycle from conceptualization through prototyping and production readiness to delivery to customers.

Be part of an amazing team developing cutting-edge tools to solve the biggest healthcare challenge of a generation.


  • Salary up to £55,000 (depending on experience)
  • 10% Bonus
  • Company shares
  • 25 days of Holidays + 10 stat
  • 5% Pension
  • Career progression
  • Opportunity to make a real difference and help people

If you have:

  • 5+ years experience as a Product Manager
  • Experience working with a Medical Device product
  • Demonstrated success defining and launching product 
  • Technical background, with experience in working with Scrum-Agile methods, Quality Management systems


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