This role requires a unique blend of real-world experience and theory, entrepreneurial zeal, and elite production and execution.
Working as product experience designer and developer means youll tackle a variety of aspects of the design and implementation processes.
This may include user research, physical prototyping, and project storytelling to various stakeholders and, most critically, you will guide the development team in component development, reuse, versioning and other practices to support an enterprise delivery platform.
You will work as a member of a multi-disciplinary engineering team to create and deliver market leading offerings for clients across the continuum of care.
Understand constraints and identify opportunities to modernize our approach to delivery including component reuse and consistent look and feel.
Lead development teams (by example) - as a seasoned developer, you will guide the teams via your own work, documentation, and tutoring sessions to demonstrate best practices for component interaction and reuse patterns.
Apply CSS expertise to achieve stakeholder styling requirements
Develop HTML based layouts using advanced CSS
Review work performed by others and provide recommendations for improvement
Create new consumer experiences focused on patients, providers, payers, and others across the health care ecosystem.
Design new approaches that enhance and extend the consumer experiences while supporting business partners in the creation of new opportunities.
Gather business, customer and end-user requirements through in person interviews and secondary research.
Help clients empathize with users by creating deliverables that tell a compelling story.
Serve as a subject matter expert in the area of product design, user experience, and user interface and interaction design.
Create functional prototypes and designs of different levels of fidelity to help teams determine the design direction for delivery.
7 years hands-on HTML/ CSS experience delivering templates and layouts
4 years Angular experience
5 years of product design and/or user experience and design
5 years of experience in Human Centered Design processes
Bachelors degree in engineering, design, or computer science, with a concentration in communication, customer experience, or user experience
A Masters degree in human computer interaction, human factors, or similar, is a plus.
Portfolio demonstrating examples of their design work, is a plus
Component library creation and reuse strategies
HTML / advanced CSS3
Wireframe and prototype creation
Examples of gaining a full understanding and context for the use cases of a given feature and ensuring a holistic design approach is taken
Comfort working in a matrixed environment, working as a collaborator and advisor, and the ability to confidently and credibly share your point of view and expertise.
Ability to synthesize multiple, and sometimes conflicting, inputs (i.e., quantitative and qualitative data) into a common point of view.
The ability to be coached, be adaptable and be collaborative
Exceptional communication and storytelling skills
A variety of graphic design and interactive tools including:
Axure RP (preferred), InVision, or a similar prototyping tool
Creating and implementing a design system
An understanding of accessibility compliance and the associated design activities (Section 508, ADA, WCAG 2.1 AA)
Projects the candidate will be working on:
Build Medical / Care Management platform, providing market-leading solution for Utilization Mgmt, Prior Authorization, Case & Disease Management and Concurrent Review.
Designed and developed reusable Web App components using Angular, Typescript, CSS and other software development tools and technologies.
References from previous managers and project stakeholders
Live on-screen demonstrations of work product and skills
a. How many rounds? 2/3
b. On-site interviews required - may Video conf in others
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.