London, City of London - Greater London
£65,000 - £90,000 per annum
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Product Designer – AI, IoT Tech Start-Up
Location: London, Walking distance from Shepherds Bush, Stamford Brook, Ravenscourt Park
Salary: £65,000 - £90,000 DOE + benefits
Job Type: Permanent
We are working with a unique tech start-up in London looking for a talented Product Designer – they recently secured another round of funding, injecting an additional £20 million to enable the team to rapidly grow and iterate their pioneering product.
As the successful Product Designer you will join a team of world-class scientists, software engineers, and developers to solve complex challenges that have never been addressed before.
They’ve been featured in TechCrunch, Reuters, The Independent, and Popular Science to name just a few respected industry sources – the product you will be helping them build is a cloud-based platform that is poised to revolutionize the way scientists work. The platform combines automation, Artificial Intelligence, and Internet of Things to drive vast improvements in speed, cost, and reliability.
As a Product Designer here you’ll be working on crafting the User Experience for the full product lifecycle, including the interface components for their state-of-the-art web-app applications.
Already at 50 employees, they are looking to rapidly and aggressively expand the team in the next 3 months alone!
You’ll be joining extremely talented colleagues plucked from giants of the tech world, including Google and Facebook. This is an opportunity to take your skills to the next level, don’t miss out!
The successful Product Designer will need:
Some desirable skills for the Product Designer include:
The salary for this Product Designer role will vary between £65,000 to £90,000 –depending on how strong your skills are, and the value you can add. Please call me, Alex Rutter, on 0203 397 4565 or email your cv to firstname.lastname@example.org. Even if this role isn’t for you, just drop me an email anyway and lets start a conversation around some of the other roles we have.