Talent acquisition helps client to attract, hire, and onboard the right talent. We maintain the client career site and support the suite of technology that’s used for hiring and onboarding.
This role will support elevating how our employee brand comes to life through the career site and our talent acquisition systems.
The role will also be responsible for reimagining our onboarding experience and iterating on our hiring experience in collaboration with the product team.
Position Summary/Job Description:
As a?UX Designer?on the People Technology Team, you will work with a highly collaborative team of UX designers, researchers, product managers, and engineers to create compelling human centered experiences.
The People Technology Experience and Product team works to create tools that work for our client prospective candidates and employees by prioritizing the user and helping them find a role that fits their skillsets and sets them up for success as they navigate their careers at client.
The?UX Designer?plays a central role in the promotion of Human Centered Design, participates in defining and facilitating discovery efforts, is responsible for the communication of design intent, delivering solutions, and advocating for continuous improvement of experiences for our employees.
Work with experience designers, product managers, engineering leads, and business stakeholders to gain alignment on solutions and align user and business needs.
Supports the UX team in problem definition and creating user flows by providing insights into current capabilities and functionality across products.
Create appropriate UX Design deliverables to support the work effort of teams and to ensure standard design practices are utilized and overall experiences are consistent.
Approaches work from a mobile-first focus with a deep understanding of mobile standards and best practices as well as a curiosity to explore and innovate.
Participates in the presentation of high-level solutions and strategies to product and/or project stakeholders, engineering leadership, and UX leadership.
Supports applicable research and testing activities within area of responsibility.
Leverage UX research, site metrics, and usability findings to back up assertions, make recommendations, and drive strategy.
Participate in and help to lead UAT and team development and launch support activities.
Assist teams in defining problems and supporting strategy across product teams to create multi-channel experiences.
Foster and participate in a culture of collaboration, feedback, curiosity, and continuous improvement.
Ability to present designs, drive consensus and negotiate trade-offs effectively.
Ability to work through complex design solutions and understand the technology behind those solutions.
4+ years’ experience in Human-Centered Design, Service Design, Product Design, Human Computer Interaction, Graphic Design, Information Architecture, Multimedia, Communication, Instructional Design, or equivalent experience.
2+ years’ demonstrated experience in envisioning, defining and modeling end-to-end user experiences
Intermediate to advanced skills with tools such as Figma, Sketch, InVision, Axure, Mural, Photoshop, Illustrator, Visio, Balsamiq, OmniGraffle, etc.
A strong understanding of information architecture standards and best practices within an omnichannel experience.
Extensive portfolio of work that demonstrates knowledge and skill in experience design.
What are the top five skills and number of years of experience required to perform this job?
Visual/Brand design (4+ years)
Interaction design (2+ years)
User Experience architecture (2+ years)
Knowledge of product model/Agile
What are some preferred/nice to have skills the manager is looking for?
Experience working with out-of-the-box solutions
Experience stitching together a design across multiple systems and channels
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Overall employment of retail sales workers is projected to show little or no change from 2019 to 2029. Competition from online sales will lead to employment declines in brick-and-mortar retail stores.
According to BLS, the median hourly wage for parts salespersons was $15.61 in May 2020.
The median hourly wage for retail salespersons was $13.02 in May 2020.