Senior UX Design Systems Designer - Healthcare SaaS Platform

Boston, MA

100% Remote

Full Time

$150k - $180k

This company is looking for a Senior Product Designer to work specifically on building out a new enterprise SaaS design system. They are a subsidiary of a larger pharmaceutical firm that is creating a product for the medical aesthetic industry. The product is being modeled to serve as a B2B and B2C platform, allowing consumers to find specialized clinicians and schedule appointments as well as enabling providers to reach their target market. The role is full-time, and completely remote.

You would be joining the product team that is rapidly expanding in a startup that truly values design. This team is focused not only on establishing a design system, but also improving the usability of the platform on both the business and consumer sides. This is a chance to work on the full end-to-end design of the product from user research to new feature design, rapid prototyping, and more.

Required Skills & Experience
  • 5+ YOE in product design
  • Experience creating design systems for SaaS platforms
  • Proficiency in using Figma
  • Bachelor’s degree in design related field
  • Design projects on both B2B and B2C products
Desired Skills & Experience
  • Experience working in an autonomous role to establish UX best practices
  • Healthcare industry experience
  • Experience working on mobile/iOS products
  • Portfolio with detailed examples of past projects
What You Will Be Doing

Daily Responsibilities
  • New feature design for flagship product
  • Usability testing and qualitative/quantitative user research
  • Working cross-functionally with engineering teams
  • Helping to establish UX best practices
The Offer

You will receive the following benefits:
  • Medical, dental, life, and vision insurance
  • 17 paid and 3 floating holidays per year
  • Benefits for use on industry products
  • Free gym membership
  • Flexible workplace accommodations
  • 401(k), dollar for dollar match (plus up to 6% eligible earnings)

Posted by: Andrew Wilson