Product Owner - Australia Topics and Languages at Twinkl

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Product Owner - Australia Topics and Languages Twinkl. Location: . Australia - 100% Remote / Home Working (Must permanently live in Australia & have the right to work without restrictions to apply for this role). Pay Rate:. $33 AUD per hour. Contract: . 6-month contract - Self-employed contractor. Responsible for own taxes.. Hours of work:. 20 hours per week - Part Time. Hiring Manager:. Nick East. Recruiter: . Frazer Morton. First things first! What is Twinkl? What is Twinkl's mission?. Twinkl is here to "help those who teach." It's what brings us to work every day. We're proud to create educational resources that can be used at each step of a child's learning journey.. Our award-winning resource collection - created by teachers for teachers - provides unlimited supplementary digital and printable teaching resources at an unbeatable value.. We have over a million editable resources, and new content is added every day. Don't see what you need? Just ask! We make bespoke resources for our members as part of our world-class customer service promise to help those who teach.. We support educators and children around the world, and we’re committed to transforming lives through education.. Whoever you are, whatever you teach, Twinkl is here for you!. The Role:. We are looking for a candidate who has a specialism and keen interest in topical events, as well as curriculum areas such as Languages, Inclusion and The Arts, and who is looking for a new challenge in leading and developing a range of Australian teaching resources and services to support teachers, parents and children. . Product Owners at Twinkl are responsible for driving forward the vision and aims of established resource collections, along with creating innovative and exciting materials which are at the forefront of the education market. They work closely with the product development team to create the right resources at the right time to support the needs of educational professionals (which is particularly important for topical and event related content). . The successful candidate will carry out their role whilst communicating extensively with key stakeholders within and outside the business to achieve the company's core values and focus. This exciting and varied role will give you the opportunity to play a key role in the development of Twinkl’s teaching materials and help to meet the needs of thousands of Australian educators.. Day-to-day, you’ll be:. . Communicating with the development team to share product vision and priorities; . . Collaborating with the Australian Country Manager, other Product Owners, customer-facing teams and key areas of the business;. . Understanding pain points affecting our customers and identifying ways of addressing these within the Australian Curriculum;. . Reporting on product performance and implementing a product strategy;. . Overseeing the product journey and communicating this with stakeholders; . . Researching and developing innovative concepts within the market.. . Requirements. To succeed in the role, you will be:. . An experienced primary school teacher (with a qualification). . Quick thinking, accurate and high level of timekeeping, ability to work towards strict deadlines;. . Able to work as part of a team and be an effective listener and communicator;. . Able to present the work completed and the detail in the value the product provides;. . Good at spotting trends and acting upon them;. . Able to understand educational needs and make informed decisions from this;. . Good at problem solving and finding solutions.. . We're interested in anyone who meets the following:. . You are self-motivated and willing to push yourself out of your comfort zone;. . Is good fun to be with and has the ability to communicate well with others;. . Is organised, able to work to deadlines, and manages time effectively;. . Is able to communicate with colleagues and our external partners effectively;. . Has a hard work ethic, is passionate, driven and loves what they do;. . Is honest, trustworthy and reliable;. . Produces quality work and is ready to learn new skills.. . Benefits. In return for everything you can bring, we can offer you an exciting role in a fast-growing and dynamic business, with plenty of career opportunities.. Here are a couple of the things that make Twinkl a great place to be:. . A friendly, welcoming and supportive culture. We believe work should be fun and always put people before process.. . Flexible working with opportunities to work from home.. . Diversity, inclusion and belonging – we celebrate diversity and encourage applications from people of all different cultures and backgrounds including groups for LGBTQ+, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, people of all ages, races and religions, disabilities (visible and invisible), women in Tech and working parents.. . Continuous Professional Development (CPD) - Our ever-evolving program includes: Monthly progression reviews, Twinkl’s Management Scheme, commercial awareness training, leadership coaching quads, career chats and mentoring.. . Our Recruitment Process:. About the company. We're here to 'help those who teach'. It's what brings us to work every day.. So what exactly is Twinkl? Some describe us as a Digital Publisher, others, as an Education Partner (we used to be called an EdTech start-up). To be honest, we’re all these things and much more too. But the description we’re most proud of is the one our members use - “Twinkl is a life-saver”.. We're all inspired to support teachers and learners, around the world.. Twinkl began life in 2010 as a husband and wife start-up, working from a tiny back bedroom. Today, Twinkl is a truly global business, with members in nearly every country in the world. Our positive impact is driven by a community of passionate Twinklees, all inspired by the same mission - to help those who teach.