FanDuel Group is a collection of brands operating at the intersection of sports, gaming, tech, and entertainment. Our mission is to give sports fans the chance to win everyday and create experiences they can’t wait to share with their friends.

We’re not just a company, we’re a collective. And we’re not just coworkers, we’re a community. We’re an all-hands-on-deck crew of dreamers, doers, thinkers, makers, builders, breakers, and rebuilders. We value teamwork above all else, and we believe that diversity and inclusiveness are at the core of any good team. Like any good sports team, we’ve got passion. Passion for building a product our customers will love, passion for being the best in our field, and passion for our own people. With a company that’s as committed to its people as it is to its customers, FanDuel Group is a great place to develop yourself and your career.

We’re looking for an experienced product design manager to join our UX & Design team in New York City, working on our fantasy sports product.

What you’ll do

You’ll manage the product design team for Fantasy on an organizational, tactical, and developmental level and leads team projects and goals with high scope and/or ambiguity.

You’ll own large, highly-strategic projects, as well as helping out with some more detailed UX and UI design when necessary or where setting direction. You’ll supervise the activities of the team members. You’ll be a key facilitator in ensuring projects are delivered and outcomes are measured. You’ll be responsible for the overall success of the team, and share some responsibility for design quality with Leads or Principals.

You’ll work closely with other Design/Research Managers to align on consistency of patterns and processes across areas. You’ll provide collaborative and cross functional leadership to peers. You’ll use facilitation skills to engage cross-functional teams. You’ll explore new practices and contribute to defining team practices. You’ll improve processes, structures and governance.

You’ll leads and facilitate team meetings. Contribute to any level of company meeting. Attend appropriate UX & Design team leadership meetings.

You’ll help promote UX & Design at FanDuel externally. You’ll lead hiring process for Fantasy and conTribute to hiring in the larger team.

You’ll receive coaching in behavioral skills and people management. You’ll give quality, timely, objective feedback and coach team members in technical and behavioral skills. You may coach less experienced managers in people management.

What you bring

You’ve lead the delivery of work at the scope of a whole product. You’ve managed a team of at least 3 people on a tactical level and developmental level.

You’re competent in all areas of product design. You’re consistently committed to adherence and investment in quality, operations, and customer intelligence. You’ve worked in a close partnership with product, engineering, and delivery leaders.

You're skilled in storytelling and persuasion. You can communicate clearly at all levels of an organization.

You have 5+ years of experience in Product Design and 2+ years of experience managing a small team.

What to include in your application

  • Show us what you're good at. Include work you think best showcases your skillset.

  • Have any online profiles that you think will help? Include those too.

What you’ll get

Competitive compensation is just the beginning. As part of our team, you can expect:

  • An exciting and fun environment committed to driving real growth
  • Opportunities to build really cool products that fans love
  • Mentorship and professional development resources to help you refine your game
  • Flexible vacation allowance to let you refuel
  • Hall of Fame benefit programs and platforms

FanDuel Group is an equal opportunities employer. Diversity and inclusion in FanDuel means that we respect and value everyone as individuals. We don't tolerate bias, judgement or harassment.  Our focus is on developing employees so that they reach their full potential.

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