Calling all up-and-coming design hotshots! If you’re ready to stretch yourself and grow your UI/UX muscles while really doing good in the world, this gig (working with a top-tier medical org) will add to both your skill and your karma.
The Nitty Gritty
You’ll be part of a super-talented but ego-free product team that really knows its way around an Agile workflow.Your responsibilities will include focusing on UX while applying your usual visual mastery to everything web and mobile. The team’s next generation work is just getting started, and you’ll be that all you touch is engaging, useful and usable. You’ll be front-and-center, highly visible, applying a steady creative hand. Although this is a relatively junior position (only 3-5 years experience needed), you’ll be thinking big about how all the pieces fit together, ensuring that UX conventions are being adhered to, and just generally seeing to it that the products have all the very latest in functionality and aesthetic appeal.
Hired Gun Profile
The right Hired Gun for this gig is a design workhorse who thrives on innovation, but also values the stability and cohesiveness of being part of a team. Ideally, you should be passionate about health-care innovation and patient experience. And it’s more than okay to wear your creativity on your sleeve here.
You know how to document design solutions through interface mockups and annotated wireframes but would much prefer to prototype. You’re flexible enough to bend when business or user needs bumps up against your aesthetic taste.
Let us re-emphasize, for good measure, the big-picture aspect in all this. You won’t win this gig just by showing that you’ve done dazzling work in the past – instead, you’ll need to demonstrate your maturity, your vision, your versatility, and your readiness for a broad and significant role.
This gig is perfect for a up-and-coming design professional with mobile chops, looking to take on a serious role, with the increased scope and reward that that entails.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, creed, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, disability, or any other status protected by applicable law.