The Hired Guns are seeking a talented and experienced UX Designer to help build digital well-being tools that will promote work/life balance for the future workforce. This is a remote contract role, initially lasting six to eight months, but with a strong likelihood of extending longer.
The Nitty Gritty
The backstory on the organization and why they need to hire you!
A tech giant aiming to redefine the future of workspaces is looking for a UX Designer to work on a contract basis on some fascinating projects, contributing to the evolution of tools that will enable a greater sense of well-being and work/life balance with a focus on scale, effectiveness, humanity and wellness.
The team is building communication, collaboration, and productivity tools to ensure that everyone who joins can bring their best talents to the table and not be hindered by technology, time zones, or distance. This means your work will focus on collaboration, internal search engines, tools for connecting people with experts and much more.
How you’ll know if you’re a fit…
You’re an L5 UXD who’s ready for the challenge of a world-class company. You collaborate well with cross-functional peers (research, engineering, product management) and across product boundaries. As an inquisitive designer, you can think in systems beyond your immediate product scope while also zooming into the details of already existing, well-established products to drive innovative solutions to highly complex and ambiguous problems.
The Inside Skinny
Why you should quit your job right now and join this organization!
Looking to add a heavy-hitting tech company to your resume and unlock a wealth of future opportunities? This is the place. Working as a UX Designer at this omnipresent brand will challenge you to flex your skills in a rapidly innovating environment. You’ll have resources aplenty (including the backing of a super-talented team) and opportunities for growth.
The Hired Guns does not and will not discriminate in considering and referring candidates for employment, or in its treatment or advancement of its employees, and will not tolerate harassment, on the basis of race, color, religion, gender (including gender identity and expression), sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other status protected by applicable federal, state or local law.