Product Owner Self Service

  1. Information Technology (IT)
  2. Full-time


Crawley, England, United Kingdom

● The active management of a product or service throughout its lifecycle (inception through to retirement) including Product Roadmap Definition and Product Boards.

● Prepares for and participates in the PI- planning event and supports the Product Group Lead and other POs as a member of Product Management.

● Supports the team in estimating features (Points per Sprint vs Capacity) and setting sprint priorities (from the backlog).

● Promotes quality and ensures that the product teams follow the RI standard, policies and guidelines in delivering their work.

● Ensures the team's compliance to RI business processes and policies, especially the development process and the life cycle management process.

● Negotiates with stakeholders at senior levels, ensuring that organizational policy and strategies are adhered to. Provides informed feedback to assess and promote understanding.

● Is responsible for Support Services and maintenance of the product(s) including application support and second.third line support.

● User Experience and Learning

● Release Management

● Quality of product releases (functional, Performance, Security)


  • Has demonstrable skills across the Product Management life cycle. Has deep practical understanding of the activities of the employer or client and is able to demonstrate the importance of product profitability within the business. Able to effectively communicate and influence stakeholders given the agreed product strategy and plan.
  • Has gained experience (typically five years) working as a constructive user or supplier of information services with significant exposure to, and knowledge of, a major Service provision Skill and the operational flows of the organisation.
  • Agile and Lean methodologies (SCRUM, Kanban, SAFe) Impediment management
  • Educated to bachelor degree level and holds a relevant professional qualification.


  • Competitive salary and bonus scheme
  • Hybrid working
  • Rentokil Initial Reward Scheme
  • 23 days holiday, plus 8 bank holidays
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Death in service benefit
  • Healthcare
  • Free parking

At Rentokil Initial, our customers and colleagues represent diverse backgrounds and experiences. We take pride in being an equal opportunity employer, actively encouraging applications from individuals from all walks of life. Our belief is that everyone irrespective of age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disabilities, religion, or beliefs, has the potential to thrive and contribute.


We embrace the differences that make each of our colleagues unique, fostering an inclusive environment where everyone can be their authentic selves and feel a sense of belonging. To ensure that your journey with us is accessible if you have any individual requirements we invite you to communicate any specific needs or preferences you may have during any stage of the recruitment process. Our team is available to support you; feel free to reach out to (joanna.sharpe@rentokil-initial.com) if you need anything

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