Designer Lead ( Remote ok!)

$90,000 - $156,000 yearly
  • The Resume Review - Recruiting Department
  • Edison, NJ, USA
  • Jun 10, 2021
Full time Engineering

Job Description

Job description
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Remote is ok. It's a plus if the candidate is closer to SF Bay Area / New Jersey.
 
About the Team
This company'sdesign team creates experiences and designs the websites, tools, and mobile solutions for millions of customers and associates. As a part of the product design team that is at the forefront of retail, you will be responsible for building best-in-class experiences that drive continuous improvement and innovation on the world’s largest company. If you are motivated by complex challenges and want to build the future of commerce and consumer services, a Design role at this company could be what you’ve been looking for.
 
As a Lead Product Designer, you’ll set the vision for the best customer experience and create a space for cross-functional colleagues to collaborate. You will use your knowledge of the Design Thinking process to collaborate with partner teams, facilitate conversations, create concepts, run design sprints, and build rapid prototypes to leverage the collective creativity.
 
You’ll employ your great strengths in storytelling to present your vision and product design rationale in a compelling, convincing manner to cross-functional partners and the leadership team. While working with partners to determine a shared plan forward that balances business and technology considerations, you will create and champion an experience that is highly usable before delivering pixel-perfect designs.
 
As a designer on the Walmart Customer Platform team, you'll be designing omni-channel commerce products and experiences. You will bring together our retail and consumer services for our customers as they interact with us online, in our apps or visiting our stores.
 
You’ll sweep us off our feet if you have...
A strong design aesthetic that brings together brand expressions and systems thinking. You practice universal design and believe in inclusion.
 
A demonstrable track record working cross-functionally with shipping successful products in a fast-paced environment. You thrive in an ever-changing environment.
A strategic mindset and a system thinking approach to taking the complex and make it simple.
 
Ability to produce great work in short timeframes, multi-task across different projects and platforms and adapt to the ever-changing priorities of the business.
 
Experience facilitating Design Thinking in your cross-functional teams.
Comfort with ambiguity and ability to motive teams and partners.
Find joy in leading by doing. You inspire, coach, and contribute to our team culture.
A self-starter mindset who is well organized and always looking to improve things.

You’ll make an impact by:
Designing at the highest level of craft for a broad population of this company's customers.
Leading a program of work and collaborating seamlessly with cross-functional partners.
Engaging the design research team at the right points during the design process to ensure the right insights inform the work.
Constantly balancing business goals with user needs.
Rapid prototyping and experimenting in a fast-paced environment.
Multitasking across different projects and adapting to changing priorities.
Creating scalable experiences in partnership with our Design System team.
Working with our Design System team to expand the component library.
Championing the Design Thinking philosophy throughout the business.
Communicating effectively with kindness and empathy.
Collaborating seamlessly with cross-functional partners.
Staying up to date with the latest trends, in and out of retail.

Preferred qualifications:
Degree in HCI, Information Architecture, Digital Design, or similar and 2+ years of experience in product design, or a Masters degree with 1+ years of experience.
Have a fantastic portfolio of elegant design solutions.
Excellent written and verbal communication.
The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed in the role. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job. The full Job Description can be made available as part of the hiring process.