LogicGate was founded with a rebellious spirit and lofty objective: to build a modern risk management platform that helps our customers grow by transforming business risks into opportunities. We recently secured more than $100M in Series C funding to help us get there.

We’re headquartered in Chicago, but our team members have the option to be fully remote or hybrid. We have team members scattered across various states and some are even located in the UK. So unless a function of your job requires you to be in the Chicago office, you do you. 

Sound too good to be true? It’s not. Just ask Built In, Crain’s Chicago Business, and the Chicago Tribune.

The ideal candidate is excited about participating in the research needed to better understand complex problems and using those insights to solve for them. They understand that great design starts with identifying pain points and gathering insights with users and domain experts through collaboration and co–creation. They also understand that iteration is an important piece to improving the user experience. This role requires a candidate to have the ability to switch between high–level design thinking and hands–on design work. We are interested in well–rounded individuals who are naturally inquisitive and passionate about solving for complex user experiences.

You will not only have the opportunity to make a huge impact on the platform, but also in building the design function and work culture at LogicGate.

How you’ll spend your time:  

  • Guiding not only what the product should look and feel like, but also what should be built, why, and how.
  • Being a strong voice and domain expert for best practices around the full user experience (information hierarchy, interactions, and visual design).
  • Building a shared understanding for Design across the org around features, processes, and initiatives.
  • Constant advocate for all of our users, both internal and external.
  • Synthesizing different inputs of quantitative and qualitative data to inform solutions.
  • Defining and refining solutions through a variety of methods: user flows, wireframes, high–fidelity mock–ups, prototypes (as needed).
  • Taking Design ownership for features or initiatives that you are responsible for, from start to finish.
  • Leading meetings and facilitating group discussions.
  • Being responsible for providing Engineers with any assets or resources needed during development, UAT, and launch.

We get excited about you if you have:

  • A minimum of 4 years experience designing usable experiences, preferably in-house on teams with a single product or at a larger company on an individual product line.
  • An online portfolio or case studies demonstrating your involvement crafting great user–centered design solutions from discovery to launch.
  • Excellent communication skills. You should be able to clearly articulate your thought process and decisions across the organization.
  • Leading design projects from requirement to launch (with real-world examples).
  • Deep experience designing interfaces for complex systems and digital products.
  • Able to take direction and work with others cross-functionally. It's important to have conviction in your work, but you must value the feedback of your team and internal partners.
  • High attention to detail, including proven ability to manage multiple, competing priorities simultaneously.
  • Effective in a self–motivated environment to gather the information you need to complete your work effectively.
  • Very competent in Sketch and/or Figma as a design tool.
  • Some experience running design-focused exercises and studies such as: usability studies, preference tests, tree tests, or card sorts. 

What else is in it for you?

We offer competitive salary, stock options, and health and wellness benefits. But we think that’s the baseline for a modern, employee-centric company. Our Total Rewards Package is designed to support you both at work and outside of it — because we do want you to have a life outside of work. So you’ll get generous PTO, Summer and Winter Fridays, and Health Days, so you have time to recharge and relax. We also help you advance your career with an Emerging Leaders Program and a Continued Education stipend ($1,000 per year per person).

Perhaps most important, we aim to create an environment where everyone feels safe showing up as they are. We encourage everyone to join one of our Employee Affinity Groups (BELogicGate, Women in LogicGate, and PRIDE), attend regular training, and participate in conversations that foster a sense of belonging. Interested in joining the Herd? (Sorry, did we not mention our mascot is a goat?) Apply today!

Feeling super pumped about the culture and the role, but don’t know much about GRC? That’s ok — a lot of us weren’t familiar with GRC when we started, too. Unless the job description specifically requires previous GRC familiarity, here’s what you need to know:

  • GRC stands for governance, risk management, and compliance
  • GRC professionals help their companies manage uncertainty, act with integrity, and stay on the right side of the law. Bottom line: they keep their company in line. 
  • GRC is a huge market and growing fast. It’s a $35 billion industry today, and predicted to grow to $64 billion by 2025. Yowzah! That’s a lot of opportunity!

This job must be performed entirely outside of Colorado.

LogicGate is dedicated to creating a community of diverse professionals, as we believe this creates a strong sense of belonging which ultimately enables our business to succeed. We are passionate about creating safe, inclusive spaces for all those who come through our doors! We’re proud to be an equal employment opportunity employer who does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability, religion, veteran or military status, or any other protected status.

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