Senior Product Designer 

Marketplace 

 

For over 20 years we’ve been connecting diners and restaurants for millions of date nights, birthdays, Taco Tuesdays, happy hours and just-because dinners. Dining behaviors and restaurant operations are ever changing, especially now, and at OpenTable you’ll be playing a crucial role in shaping the future of the dining industry as it evolves during and after the pandemic. We’d love you to join us in thoughtfully supporting both our diner and restaurant customers through the good times and the tougher ones, too, driving experiences that will be used by millions globally.

 

The opportunity

We’re looking for a Senior Product Designer to join our consumer product design team. You’ll work closely with a global team of product managers, product & brand designers, engineers and customers in order to evolve and develop new experiences that will meaningfully impact diners and restaurants around the world. 

You’ll be an influential design partner embedded in our Marketplace team, a team uniquely positioned where our dual marketplaces meet and whose mandate is to deliver value to both diners and restaurants by showcasing restaurants’ most unique features and offerings to the diners who care about them. You’ll be working in close collaboration with our consumer and restaurant product teams in order to create comprehensive features and flows. A major focus area for this team includes our Experiences product, where your work will be crucial in helping diners find exceptional dining experiences and helping restaurants present their best of the best to our diners—think a twelve-course meal at a chef’s table or brunch in a private garden. 

 

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Your skills and experience

As a Senior Product Designer you enjoy influencing product strategy as much as translating complex workflows into beautiful user experiences. You enjoy concepting and validating ideas with research and building prototypes through to visual design. You are experienced in designing for mobile and web experiences and have an exceptional portfolio that showcases a breadth of product design work. You also have: 

 

  • A strong portfolio that demonstrates a breadth of product design work

  • Strong visual design skills

  • Experience designing and solving for complex workflows

  • Ability to negotiate, prioritize, and break down design work into measurable outcomes

  • Experience working closely with Product Managers and Engineers in an agile environment

  • Strong product and business thinking

  • Experience in helping define a vision for a product area

  • Working in a 2-sided marketplace is a plus

 

And if you aren’t sure you meet all above requirements, we’d still love to hear from you.

 

About diversity

We strongly believe that our design team should be as diverse as the restaurant industry and the diners we design for. We would therefore particularly welcome applications from people who are underrepresented in tech. OpenTable is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. 

 

About OpenTable

OpenTable, part of Booking Holdings Inc., is the world's leading provider of online restaurant reservations, seating more than 26 million diners per month via online bookings across approximately 47,000 restaurants.

 

As an employee of OpenTable, you will be part of a global network that includes OpenTable and KAYAK's portfolio of metasearch brands including momondo, Cheapflights, Swoodoo, checkfelix and Mundi. Many employees are dedicated to one brand, but we all have the benefit of leveraging each other’s strengths and insights—together, we’re able to help people experience the world through dining and travel.

 

 

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