About us: 

Grow Therapy is on a mission to serve as the trusted partner for therapists growing their practice, and patients accessing high-quality care. Powered by technology, we are a three-sided marketplace that empowers providers, augments insurance payors, and serves patients. Following the mass increase in depression and anxiety, the need for accessibility is more important than ever. To make our vision for mental healthcare a reality, we’re building a team of entrepreneurs and mission-driven go-getters. Since launching in February 2021, we’ve empowered more than ten thousand therapists and hundreds of thousands of clients across the country and insurance landscape. We’ve raised more than $178mm of funding from Sequoia Capital, Transformation Capital, TCV, SignalFire, and others.

What You’ll Be Doing:
We are looking for a Product Designer to help us develop products and experiences for therapy providers. You’ll be part of a remote-friendly design team, reporting directly to our Head of Product Design.
 
In this role, you'll:
  • Be a speakerphone for the people we serve: discover provider and payor needs through both qualitative and quantitative lens. Shape and share insights to inspire and align the organization.
  • Inspire and align: Build key partnerships, and communicate cross functional design strategies and visions.
  • Drive insight to action: drive insight into elegant solutions that meet and sometimes redefine business goals. Form strong customer-centric opinions that are loosely held.
  • Connect-the-dots across disparate product areas: stay curious in each provider and client work-streams in order to uncover patterns and opportunities
  • Build a design culture: engage in and inspire honest and clear communication, promoting a culture of care, empathy, and respect within and across teams.

Salary Range: $170K - $210K

Who You Are:
  • Minimum 5+ years of product design experience
  • A proven maker — you have a portfolio demonstrating shipment of multiple products successfully; strong expertise in visual design and applying interaction design patterns to solve workflows, information hierarchy, layout, composition, and typography.
  • A seeker — looking for opportunities.
  • A driver — you’ll do anything to achieve your goal. You build alignment and articulate vision through strong storytelling and communication skills. You know how to think on the fly and persist through setbacks and roadblocks and to motivate your teammates to do the same.
  • A team player — you are collaborative by nature, relish in camaraderie and group wins, and are looked to by teammates as a steadfast partner and source of encouragement.
  • You have a 0 to 1 mindset — you’re comfortable navigating ambiguity, partnering closely with product and engineering teammates to make decisions quickly, learn from them, and iterate.
  • You aren’t afraid to put something out there to get rapid feedback.

Benefits

  • The chance to drive impact within the mental healthcare landscape from day one
  • Comprehensive health insurance plans, including dental and vision
  • Our dedication to mental health guides our culture. Wellness benefits include (but are not limited to):
    • Flexible working hours and location (remote OR in-office, your choice!)
    • Generous PTO 
    • Company-wide winter break 
    • Mental health mornings (2 hours each week)
    • Team meditation
    • Wellness Stipend
    • In-office lunch and biweekly remote lunch on us! 
  • Continuous learning opportunities 
  • Competitive salary 
  • The opportunity to help build a rapidly scaling start-up organization by taking strong ownership of your work, mentorship, and our unbounded leadership opportunities 

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Grow Therapy is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. 

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