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Salesforce Product Manager

Up to 60,000 yearly

London, London, United Kingdom

Last Updated: 15/9/22

Job Description

Supermums is an award-winning recruitment company with a difference. We specialise in placing skilled candidates in flexible roles within the Salesforce ecosystem. We work with an exciting and impressive range of companies to support their recruitment process. The following job position is working for one of our clients and we welcome you to contact us for more information and discuss further if you feel you have the skills and experience to apply. If you would like to discuss any other potential jobs we may have available at the moment, then please register with us at

Title: Product Manager

Location: Remote within the UK

Reporting to: VP of Product Management

Salary range: £40,000 - £60,000 per annum

Term: Permanent


Our client is the leading change intelligence platform for Salesforce. They strive to help Salesforce professionals to manage their Orgs better by understanding them more deeply. They have won multiple awards and the company is in the process of rapid expansion. Our client is looking for people who would like to join them on the journey of building the best tool for managing Salesforce Orgs in the market.

The company is built on following values:

  • Health and Family come first
  • Dream job: build an environment where people like to work, seek forgiveness and not permission to take action, and treat everyone with dignity and respect
  • Punch above our weight: we are a growing start-up but want to exhibit confidence, courage and determination of the world-class organization
  • Customer success: always do the right things to help deliver customer outcomes

Role Description

As a Product Manager, your primary responsibility will be to identify problems within the Salesforce development lifecycle that our client should be addressing and outlining the competitive solutions they should be providing. This will rely on talking to customers and prospects on an ongoing basis and doing additional market research to identify unmet needs and help flesh out product requirements.

You will be reporting to the VP of Product Management and working within a team of other product managers. You will own the solutions you specify and will be managing a group of developers to scope and plan their delivery. You will also be working closely with the sales, customer success and marketing teams to help gather feedback and educate the business on new capabilities.


  • You will be working closely with sales, customer success and our customers to understand and translate the user needs into competitive solutions.
  • You will be researching and learning Salesforce technologies and capabilities.
  • You will be translating solutions into understandable, deliverable pieces of work for the development team and managing the delivery of the solution from initial idea all the way to the release.
  • You will be responsible for defining and evaluating success of the delivered solutions and outlining further actions based on whether the solutions prove themselves useful or not in the market.
  • You will be educating the sales, customer success and marketing teams in how to understand and position delivered capabilities to customers.
  • You will be helping the VP of Product Management in shaping the product strategy.

Required skills

Our client is open to strong candidates from all relevant educational backgrounds. They encourage applications from all suitably qualified candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. They are committed to hiring, developing and retaining the best people to deliver innovative, world-class solutions for the Salesforce ecosystem.

  • The ideal candidate would have passion for Salesforce and its Ohana community.
  • You will have curiosity and attention to detail to understand the subtleties of Salesforce capability.
  • You should also demonstrate in-depth understanding of the capabilities and constraints of Salesforce.
  • You should be able to prioritize your own work as well as prioritize work for others to ensure the right things get worked on.
  • You should have proven experience taking highly conceptual business needs and translating these into a solution that can be effectively configured, developed and tested.
  • You should have proven ability to effectively communicate complex ideas, issues, concepts and solutions to clients and project stakeholders.
  • You should be able to work well with others and be able to convince and make a business case for your ideas without relying on formal authority to make the calls.

Not essential but useful

  • Salesforce certifications are not a requirement but would be useful as a way of demonstrating familiarity with Salesforce and its capabilities.

What our client offers

  • Flexible working environment: this is not a 9 to 5 job; the hours can be adjusted and flexible to work around your commitments. With the majority of their employees working remotely in different time-zones, and the majority of their clients in North America, the work schedule can be flexible.
  • Travel opportunities:
    • Bi-annual company retreats (in 2022 that was Florida and San Diego)
    • Opportunity to attend Salesforce Dreaming Events and other conferences
  • Training in:
    • Technical architecture foundations
    • Product management
    • Business analysis
  • Career progression: they are growing and expanding start-up and a recognizable brand in the Salesforce ecosystem. As the company grows you will be able to grow with it.

Company Details

Our mission is to accelerate the careers of women and other professionals in the Salesforce eco-system through providing training and employment support. Supermums empowers mums (dads and those who aren’t parents) to develop their career in the Salesforce ecosystem. No matter what you are into, this innovative sector has a place for you and you don’t need to be techie to understand it...