About the team:

Capco’s Wealth and Asset Management practice helps support clients to stay ahead of industry trends and consequently define and deliver on their future business strategy. This allows Capco to support the complete value chain from defining their strategy, platform design, product shelf and client and advisor experience design. Additionally, in light of cost pressures, Capco continues to support wealth and asset managers optimize operating models and service models to drive efficiencies. We are experts in the following areas:

  • Digital Strategy and Transformation
  • Cost and Operational Efficiency
  • Business Model Transformation
  • Investing and Planning
  • Advanced Technology and Modern Delivery
  • Engagement and Adoption

About the Job:

The Junior Product Manager will seamlessly collaborate with our team of designers and engineers to create bespoke solutions for each client. We’re looking for visionaries able to solve complex problems in an ever-changing landscape. This role is perfect for someone entrepreneurial who wants to ideate on the impact digitization has had, and could have, on the Financial Sector.

What You’ll Get to Do:

  • Serve as product owner on agile pod (comprised of various roles including developers, QA testers, and Product Managers) responsible for definition and delivery of wealth management planning features, tools, solutions, and experiences to meet target audience needs consistent with product strategy and vision
  • Drive definition and prioritization of product roadmap with epics and features, release planning, and optimum solution development and communication of business requirements
  • Run requirements elicitation and review workshops/meetings with core pod members and key business and technology stakeholders
  • Identify and elaborate on critical user journeys, use cases, workflows, and business processes that align with the product vision/goals and address critical customer needs
  • Build and maintain prioritized product backlog – identify, groom, and validate epics and user stories for agile sprints
  • Gather, organize, and assimilate internal and external feedback to identify and prioritize product gaps, enhancements, and new features
  • Facilitate product development lifecycle from defining product requirements to launch to ongoing management to meet KPIs
  • Identify and address target user personas, goals, and needs to devise innovative solutions that solve pain points and drive value for end-users

What you’ll bring with You:

  • 2+ years’ experience working in a modern delivery environment
  • Working knowledge and experience with JIRA and Confluence
  • Experience leading projects in the Financial Services sector (Banking, Payments, Wealth, Insurance, etc.)
  • Expert with Excel and Data Analysis, including modeling, lookups and macro writing
  • Technical software specification writing and documentation
  • Proven track record of strong scope and change control
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Willingness to travel Monday-Thursday for projects as needed (post-covid)

 

Why Capco? 

You will join a company that supports and encourages an entrepreneurial outlook and independent thinking. Capco is not about organizational charts and layers – we operate with little hierarchy because we want all employees to feel that Capco is their firm.  

We offer highly competitive benefits, including medical, dental and vision insurance, a 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement, and a work culture focused on innovation and creation of lasting value for our clients and employees. 

Ready to take the Next Step?

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.  This is an opportunity to make a difference and contribute to a highly successful company with a significant growth trajectory. 

 

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