Published about 1 year ago

design director growth

Weâre looking for a Senior UX/Product Design Lead to join our Product team!

At Republic, design is king. From day 1, our co-founders were developing the product with user experience as the core pillar and differentiator. We have already established ourselves as the leader in our field in product and design. We are looking for someone to carry the torch forward.

As Republicâs Design Lead, you will create an intuitive experience for our one million users. You will work closely with Business, Product Management and Engineering teams to design frictionless, delightful, sexy and sticky products, brick by brick building the investment bank of the future. This role will report directly to Republicâs co-founder and Chief Creative Officer.

What you'll do:
Ensure stellar and consistent UX across all Republic (web, mobile and offline)Guide the Republic team in adapting the mindset that UX is everythingLead various stages of product design, including ideation, sketches, user flows, wireframes, prototypes, and animationsKeep an eye on the deal pages â weâll count on you to not let anything subpar appear on Republic.
Where you'll grow over time:
Art-direct all graphic and UI designersOwn the design function at the companyEvolve Republicâs visual brand
Our ideal candidate:
8+ years of strong UX and UI design experienceStrong Branding and Graphic design experienceUX/UI Design experience for mobileExperience leading product design at a consumer company (ideally a marketplace)Experience working in a consumer startup at growth stagesTrack record of designing complex products (dashboards, tables) as well as delightful, engaging user flows.Impeccable visual taste (Feel free to include a link to your Pinterest, Dribble or other visual scrapboard)Founder experience is a plusFluent English (but weâll consider all candidates)
Please include a link to your portfolio â applications without a portfolio will not be considered.

Your application will be evaluated for the most part based on your portfolio. It doesnât need to be a polished pretty website â we all know that designers are busy and never have time for their portfolios ð