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Product Associate

Dataswift Ltd

London | Full-Time

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Product Associate, London, £30,000 - £40,000, options available

About Dataswift

Dataswift provides personal data account solutions in the form of app-issued, user-owned infrastructure.

We believe the whole world’s been building apps and websites wrong. We’ve been storing user data and corporate data on the same servers, when we should have been storing user data on the user side. Company-owned user data is expensive and it’s pretty bad. It’s non-dynamic, non-representative, single-source information that costs every website and app in the world 23% of their engineering budget.

The Dataswift API-driven technology platform lets companies give user information back to their users, storing on user-owned infrastructure instead of on their corporate servers. They don’t have to change anything else about their app or technology in order to do this. Dataswift is working with dozens of companies around the world, including some of the largest pharmaceuticals and smallest, fastest-growing FinTechs.

Your role

Dataswift is a fast paced startup looking to expand the product team. This is a unique opportunity to be part of a new team in a high growth company that is changing the face of identity and trust. To be successful in this role, you’ll need to have proven experience in a similar role, be confident in your skills and love improving user journeys.

Your responsibilities:

  • You will break down features into user stories

  • You'll implement best practice and ensure feature requests and user stories follow the agreed format (acceptance criteria/ definition of DONE)

  • Own the initial filtering of bugs and issues reports in the dedicated channel

  • Data analysis and observation: request targeted reports to the data team and present them to the head of product and relevant stakeholders

  • Using your communication skills, you'll prepare release notes ahead of changes to their product area

  • You will be responsible for grooming of tech backlog

  • Continually monitor key metrics for live products and projects to assess the success

  • Analyse market trends (in collaboration with marketing and head of product) in order to make informed recommendations for the product

  • Collaborate with the rest of the Product team in maintaining plan integration and ensuring the overall achievement of product objectives

  • Filter ideas and suggestions though the roadmap goals and objectives and keep an organised and centralised backlog

  • Close collaboration with / oversight of engineers and designers to refine product artefacts, requirements and use cases

  • Track progress of tasks allocated during to a Sprint and escalate potential issue to the head of product

You will definitely need:

  • +2 years experience in a product role, working in a professional environment across multiple teams.

  • To love what you do. You have experience in a product role and want to keep learning

  • High attention to detail

  • Great communication skills, written and verbal

You will be perfect if you have:

  • Worked in an Agile environment already, or know the principles of Agile and working in sprints

Dataswift Culture & Values

Your impact: Through special projects you will actively shape our growth and the team itself.

Teamwork: We pride ourselves on working around each other’s constraints.

Stable environment: We have just raised seed funding which will take us to the end of 2020 and we have guaranteed commitment from our investors on Series A funding if we successfully reach our goals in the next 12 months.

Growth: Success isn’t inevitable everytime we do something new, so we recognise that allocating 20% of our time for stretch goals is perfectly fine. We believe that it is more important to try and fail than to not try at all, so feel free to set lofty goals.

The team’s favourite benefits:

  • Budget for personal development and training

  • Regular team away days and bonding time

We believe in the diversity of our team and we don’t judge based on gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, history, culture, geography, nationality or your secret aversion to coriander. Please note that you must be able to commute to London. Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK. If you feel you don’t match every single specification, reach out to us at [email protected] to discuss your options further.


Salary range £30,000 — 40,000