We believe each moment in sports can change the plan, change the game and change lives. That’s why our mission is to build the world’s most powerful network of sports video and data to empower teams to make every moment count.

How? By hiring people around the world who want to help us support coaches, players, analysts, recruiters, teams, clubs and fans. Hudl customers use our products to capture video, analyze data, share highlights and a lot more. They stay ahead of the game with the latest technology and we help them achieve their goals.

Want to join us?

Hudl Focus is our smart camera system that gives coaches and athletes HD video of their games and practices. Captured from multiple angles, livestreamed and uploaded to their library - all without lifting a finger. We’re searching for a Product Design Manager to help us  build  the future of automated video capture for sports.

This is not a full time management position. Your time will be split into 2 main areas: 25% team management and 75% hands on design with a cross-functional squad working on Hudl Focus.

As a qualified candidate, you have experience designing mobile and web applications. You are a business-oriented design leader. You’ll balance a rigorous user-centric perspective with the ability to make bold decisions and move the product forward in a fast-paced development environment. You will foster cross-functional and cross product area collaboration. You will work to integrate user insights into the product strategy and design. You will always advocate for user experience, customer journeys and design excellence.

This role reports to the Director of Product Design for Hudl Focus.

You Are

  • Passionate about solving business problemsYou tell compelling stories about your designs and present your work with confidence
  • Comfortable in a fast-paced and cross-functional environment. Having multiple stakeholders while working across multiple product areas doesn't faze you a bit. You're equally as proud of your organization tools (e.g., docs, spreadsheets) as you are your best pieces of design work.
  • Experienced. You've built both the visual and interaction design of projects (web, mobile and native). You can consistently demonstrate an understanding of customer needs and set an example of delivering impactful experiences for customers. On top of that, you're able to choose the best medium and fidelity to convey your ideas at each stage of a project (because not every project goes paper sketches, then Figma, then HTML). And you're not afraid to ship small, quick experiments to validate or invalidate your assumptions and opinions.
  • Respectfully blunt. You know how and when to tactfully say “no" and you excel at both giving and receiving feedback. You have examples of times you have managed high-profile projects and made significant business impact.
  • All about the big picture. You're comfortable with ambiguity—you have a high level view and can align teams to get there. You're able to work with Design Management to shape our teams’ culture, processes and tools.

You Will

  • Have strong beliefs, loosely held, about what’s best for the product. You'll understand that technical, business and design constraints factor into every product decision, but stay laser-focused on the user experience and have a willingness to question the status quo.
  • Look for trends. You'll find ways to fix root problems instead of treating symptoms one-by-one. You'll closely scrutinize processes with the goal of improving continually over time to better support customers.
  • Lead user research and testing. You can lean on Hudl’s millions of quantitative data points before leaping into qualitative research.
  • Excel. You'll think holistically about the Hudl Focus product and think deeply about individual features and workflows. Then you'll confidently articulate your design strategy and solutions to stakeholders and cross-functional partners.

We Will

  • Celebrate work at Hudl retreats. We like to gather our Hudlies from around the world to showcase achievements and strategize for the future. 
  • Treat you like an adult. We’re all about a healthy work-life balance. We’ll give you unlimited vacation time and have company-wide timeout days (no meetings allowed).
  • Provide career growth. We’re lifelong learners who encourage professional development. We’ll give you tons of resources and opportunities to keep growing.
  • Supply you with tools for success. We've invested in our office spaces, designing them with our employees in mind. You’ll have the enriching, flexible environment and powerful hardware you need to do your job well.
  • Support your mental and physical health. We care about our employees’ wellbeing. Our Employee Assistance Program, Employee Resource Groups and fitness partner Peerfit have you covered.
  • Cover your medical insurance. We have multiple plans to pick from to ensure you’ll have the coverage you (and your dependents) want.
  • Contribute to your 401(K). Yep, that’s free money. We’ll match up to 4% of your own contribution.

Diversity at Hudl

Hudl is an equal opportunity employer. We understand the power of a diverse team, celebrate differences and promote inclusion.

We also know imposter syndrome is real and the confidence gap can get in the way of meeting spectacular candidates. Please don’t hesitate to apply—we’d love to hear from you.

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