Product Manager

Role: Product Manager

Salary: £39,000 per year
Hours: 37 per week
Location: Hybrid UK (Manchester Office)
Contract: Permanent

Product Manager – Candidate Information Pack (download)

We are seeking to appoint a Product Manager who will play a key role in the Academic Directorate by managing NCUK’s product portfolio in the context of changing market and customer expectations, evolving international regulatory frameworks, and the challenges and opportunities created by technological developments.

As Product Manager you will lead the development of new programmes, build relationships with stakeholders and contribute to the delivery of NCUK strategic objectives. You will bring outstanding understanding about qualification lifecycle, customer-focused approach and life-long desire to learn.

NCUK is a unique organisation. A consortium of leading international universities, NCUK provides overseas students with guaranteed access to universities through our pathway qualifications. More than 40,000 students have successfully progressed to NCUK University Partners worldwide by completing our qualifications. Our qualifications combine the highest academic standards with exceptional language, study and cultural skills, and are currently delivered in more than 30 different countries across four continents. NCUK is a trading subsidiary of the Northern Consortium, a registered educational charity.

We offer a friendly working environment and excellent benefits, including at least 35 days’ holiday and pension contributions of up to 8% of salary. This role will generally be remote/working from home with occasional travel to our Head Office in central Manchester for meetings once a month.

How to apply

Please apply by submitting your CV to including a short covering message highlighting how your experience and skills meet the requirements of the job description and person specification. Your CV should be in Microsoft Word or PDF format.

We positively encourage applications from disabled people, women, young people, Veterans and serving British regular or reserve Armed Forces Personnel, the LGBT community and the BME community.