Product Designer II UX Designer
Cincinnati, OH or Frisco, TX
As a Product Designer II at Paycor, you will work closely with other Product Designers, software engineers, and Product Managers to create exceptional software products. You are a critical thinker with an eye for simplistic designs. You have a strong technical background and an incredible desire to delight customers and users. You will be the spokesperson for our users and work with various teams to create a shared understanding of how those users interact with our products. You like to work hard and have fun doing it. You see every day as an opportunity to be the champion for amazing designs across your team and throughout the entire organization.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Conducting extensive user research with customers and users
Performing regular usability and concepts tests to rapidly inform and validate product designs
Collaborating daily with cross-functional teams in order to build a shared understanding of software behaviors, interactions, and functions
Constructing sketches, wireframes, prototypes, and mockups with an eye for clean, uncluttered designs that clearly communicate concepts to teams, stakeholders and users
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Bachelor's degree in Human-Computer Interaction, Interaction Design, or related field, OR 3+ years of relevant experience
Experience conducting UX research, usability tests and concepts tests both remotely and face-to-face
Experience in creating user flows, journey maps and wireframes that communicate exceptional interaction design
Exceptional written, verbal, and visual communication skills along with a portfolio demonstrating your abilities
Experience following Agile methodologies and working closely with Agile teams
A proven ability to work collaboratively with others
Proficiency with common UX tools for wireframing and prototyping
To be considered for this role, you must submit a portfolio of your relevant work. While examples of the finished product are welcomed, you must also include low fidelity sketches that demonstrate the incremental steps in your design process.