Paige.AI is a software company leading a digital transformation in pathology by leveraging advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology in its products to enable a cloud-based workflow for pathology.  This AI is powered by an agreement with Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK), a global leader in cancer care, for exclusive access to millions of pathology slides and pathologist reports. We are backed by a $25 million series A financing and are the first to have AIRI, the most advanced architecture ever built for scale-out AI, with a GPU performance of over 10 petaFLOPS.

We’re seeking a Principal UX Designer to join us. In this role you’ll collaborate with our Product Management and Software Engineering teams to understand customers in order to design and optimize our products. 

This is an extraordinary opportunity to be part of a high-performing team and to pursue a life-changing mission with high impact on medicine. 

Key responsibilities:

  • Work closely and collaboratively with Product Management, Software Engineering, Pathologists and other customer personas to design and optimize our products and ensure executed work matches UX vision.
  • Create low and high-fidelity product prototypes, user flows, product maps, and interactive clickable wireframes of product concepts etc. for use in customer discovery and development.
  • Design and protype user interfaces.
  • Determine Information Architecture and create sitemaps.
  • Coordinate, execute and document user research.
  • Create user personas and coordinate usability tests with various personas.
  • Support marketing with materials/videos etc in promoting the company brand.
  • Operate within a regulated setting, eg. to align with FDA compliance.

 About you:

  • 5+ years of experience designing applications for desktop, web, and mobile based on user research and usability testing.
  • Expertise in design fundamentals & best practices and enjoy being on the cutting edge of UX design. Act as the Subject Matter Expert for our user research, testing, and design infrastructure.
  • Expert level skills with design and digital prototyping tools (Adobe CC, Axure, Sketch, InvisionApp, OmniGraffle, Adobe Animate).
  • Solid understanding of front-end languages including HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript.
  • Experience working on multiple projects with different teams, prioritizing and meeting deadlines.
  • Have an understanding of agile software development and lean UX.
  • Outstanding communication and organization skills.
  • Takes initiative and is able to work independently.
  • You are authorized to work in the US and will not require sponsorship in the future.

NOTES:

In addition to a resume, a link to your online portfolio is required in order to be considered. 

Experience from within the medical industry is not required.

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