Core Job Duties

  • Manage design operations, including resource allocation, scheduling, and access to tools to ensure timelines and business objectives are met
  • Act as a liaison between Design, Product Management, and Engineering, organizing how we take-in, prioritize, and execute work
  • Coordinate and maintain communications and clarity around design project status
  • Partner with IT, making sure the design team has access to the tools and systems they need to do their job
  • Create processes, frameworks and integrations to maximize designer efficiency and effectiveness, allowing designers to focus on designing
  • Surface areas where designers may be experiencing undue stress
  • Develop, manage, and communicate key quantitative metrics to design leadership regarding the health of design operations
  • Continuously seek out ways to improve the processes, practice, and culture of the design team
  • Conduct UX/UI product planning and lead departmental meetings and activities


  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with a process-oriented mindset
  • Clear understanding of design thinking, agile project management, and design production processes
  • Ability to work cross functionally and collaboratively with Engineering, Product Management & Marketing handling multiple projects with tight deadlines
  • Ability to collect, manage, and communicate with quantitative and qualitative data
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • High proficiency in Atlasssian JIRA and Confluence, especially in the creation and maintenance of dashboards
  • Knowledge of Sketch, Sketch Cloud, Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop & Illustrator), Invision, and Zeplin
  • Experience with Microsoft Office products, specifically Word and PowerPoint
  • Minimum of 5 years experience working with cross functional design teams including 2 years in leadership roles that includes requirements gathering, analysis and execution
  • Prior experience working as a UI or UX designer (preferred)
  • Bachelor’s degree in Design or related field (preferred)

Please respond with your current resume and a link to your online portfolio, along with a brief summary of your skills, experience and professional interests.

About Amwell

Have you ever wanted to talk to a doctor online rather than take time out of your day to set up an appointment or wait in the emergency room? Have you ever wished that a 10 minute checkup or follow‐up didn’t require you to set aside two hours from your day? We are a web startup based in Downtown Boston offering a software service that facilitates online conversations between healthcare providers and patients. Our product is used by several regional health plans and hospitals to allow consumers to receive quality care online and provide physicians with an additional means to stay in touch with their patients.

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