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Senior Brand Designer at HealthTap
Palo Alto, CA, US / San Francisco, CA, US
About the role:

HealthTap is seeking a dynamic, passionate, and thoughtful Senior Brand Designer to build on an award-winning product and brand that’s defining the first design system in health. This role is crucial to the company and requires someone with broad experience in product and graphic design, brand strategy, and marketing. To thrive in this role, you must love people, value autonomy, and be highly collaborative. You must be solutions-oriented and resourceful with the ability to analyze relevant data to create beautiful experiences. Your designs must breathe simplicity and clarity, and deliver ease of use to healthcare—a field filled with complexity, confusion, and uncertainty.



Role requirements:

A hands-on approach to work
Experience building brand systems for mobile, web, wearable products.
A tested ability to lead, inspire, and motivate a team to create and deliver remarkable, influential, and impactful work
An entrepreneurial self-starter who nurtures a collaborative “one team” approach
An advocate of individual ownership for professional growth
Encourage progressive thinking and pushing of boundaries
Use state-of-the-art techniques and thought leadership to stimulate professional development and inspiration
Experience and ability to succeed in a deadline-oriented, fast-paced environment—startup experience a plus


Qualities and characteristics:

A proven track record as a Senior Designer with at least six years experience
An exceptional portfolio of distinctive work that spans product/service design/brand/marketing/etc.
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Embraces designing for emerging technologies and new forms of interactive communication
Highly passionate about the experience and equally compassionate about the user
Fearlessly, boundlessly creative, and relentlessly attentive to detail


How to apply:

Submit a cover letter, resume, and design portfolio that showcases processes, methodologies, and a minimum of two case studies.