To apply, contact: Elsa Kingsbury at firstname.lastname@example.org
Position expires: 08/31/2018
MedImpact Direct, a subsidiary of MedImpact Healthcare Systems, Inc., is currently searching for a dynamic addition to its team. If you’re interested in a career within a customer-focused, team-oriented environment that rewards innovation, quality, integrity and collaboration, we welcome your application. We are a privately-held pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) headquartered in San Diego, California. Our solutions and services positively influence healthcare outcomes and expenditures, improving the position of our clients in the market. MedImpact offers high-value solutions to payers, providers and consumers of healthcare in the U.S. and foreign markets.
The Product (UX) Designer creates satisfying or compelling experiences for users of a product, often drawing on results from user research and workflow analysis. This position is responsible for creating and leading the design culture: research, prototyping, implementation, and testing for MedImpact Direct (MID) products. This position determines what MID products and services will look like and how they will behave. The position requires passion and interest to design for healthcare informatics.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Develops design to not only make delightful products, but also help determining what problems we solve, why we solve them, and how to solve them in a human-centered way
- Identifies high impact features that achieve user and business goals, and clearly articulates rationale for decisions
- Working alongside many stakeholders, plays a key role in shaping our strategy and its tactical implementation
- Collaborates with engineers and product managers to define features and functionality
- Designs interactions for new features and applies existing or creates new design patterns across our platforms
- Leads and facilitates research-driven workshops and interviews with the people using our platform to determine what to build, or to evaluate prototypes
- Conducts user testing of applications, software and websites as needed
- Works with engineers to turn designs into working components and features which will optimize applications to improve ease of use and create the best user experience
- Works quickly and effectively to deliver new features, bug fixes, and small improvements bi-weekly Education and/or Experience
For consideration, candidates will need a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Human-Centered Design, or Interaction Design and at least eight (8) years job related experience is required.
- Experience building clear, effective interactions to accomplish product and business goals
- Shipped product or major user facing product features required
- Demonstrated visual design skill, attention to detail with typography, color, and information density
- Experience using analytics, product instrumentation, and qualitative data to understand product usage
- Experience creating ADA compliant interfaces
- Computer Skills
- Familiarity using interactive digital product design platforms (e.g., InVision), web graphic production design tools (e.g. Photoshop), commonly used tools (e.g. JIRA, Git), and the Microsoft suite of software products.
Other Skills and Abilities
- Superior interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate actively and proactively with others in a cross-functional team; Ability to communicate effectively in writing, verbally, and as a presenter; Self-motivated and self-managed with a high degree of analytical ability and intellectual curiosity; Strong attention to detail, and a commitment to delivering highly-polished web-based prototypes under tight time constraints; Creative, technical, and problem-solving skills.
To perform this job successfully, the successful candidate must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.