A software company, whose product reaches the global masses, is looking for a Product Designer based in Dublin city!
With several global offices, you’ll join a highly collaborative environment here in Dublin, and will be working with a multifunctional team. You’ll be working on something critically important to their growth, and ensuring that customers have a very positive experience using their platform. You’ll work end to end, across multiple platforms, and will speak to their customers to discover what they love and what they’d change about the product – then it’s off to building out new interactions to make everything beautifully seamless!
The product itself has multiple touchpoints, and you’ll be working across the lot! Not only does their product allow businesses to run more smoothly, but it ensures that the end users are always kept connected and have a positive experience from start to finish.
You’ll be designing for a niche market, and as the product continues to grow, what you create will scale across multiple regions.
This is the kind of place where you can progress your career, share your knowledge with your colleagues and where you will become part of a tight-knit group. You will need to have a few years of commercial experience as a Product Designer creating B2C applications, working across various platforms, and be confident with Figma (or be open to jumping over to it). Collaboration with engineering and product is something you’re well used to, and you understand technical limitations. Visually, you’ll be top of your game and you’re also comfortable taking something from discovery phase all the way through to release.
There’s a lot of flexibility around working from the office and working from home. Everyone is treated like an adult, so wherever you do your best work is where you’ll be 🙂
Well that’s me excited anyway! If you’re curious, or would like to apply, message me on Aisling@ninedots.io for more information. Please make sure to include your portfolio with your application!
*Please note that this position is remote within Ireland only, and you must already hold full working rights.