At Peregrine, we build software to power critical decision-making for public safety and emergency response organizations. These organizations use our technology to protect lives, protect property, and deliver their best service to the public.

We are motivated to help institutions solve their hardest problems through better decision-making. We are passionate about creating cutting-edge, highly scalable data platforms that enable organizations to transform the way they interact with their data.

As a team of service-oriented entrepreneurs, we trust each other, help each other, and dive into challenges together. We each strive to be empathetic, curious, inclusive, brave, and exceptional in our execution.

About the Role

As one of the first Product Designers at Peregrine, you’ll help envision and amplify the digital future of public safety. Understanding our user needs is core to this role so you’ll have ample opportunities to see how Peregrine is used in the field. You’ll collaborate with talented Designers and Engineers to define the digital renaissance of public safety and delight users who seldom use outstanding software—transforming complex, data-dense workflows into intuitive solutions.

We’re looking for a deeply curious and inventive Product Designer to shape end-to-end experiences within a vast data platform—from research, to thinking through solutions, to owning the craft and finish of every detail of the product.

If this sounds exciting to you, please apply!

About You

  • Own broadly defined, high-impact design initiatives to deliver a well-executed and highly polished product that will delight users
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills to work well across Design, Engineering and Business Development teams, defining scope and prioritization to ensure high-quality outcomes
  • Participate in design critiques with the Design and Leadership teams
  • Partner with leadership to define the product strategy and craft a compelling narrative that inspires team members toward a unified outcome
  • Contribute to growing the Design discipline in a company that values exceptional user experience—this includes contributing to our design systems and asset library
  • We support a flexible hybrid environment that balances in-person collaboration and remote work

What We Look For

  • 10+ years of experience* driving the design of software products while maintaining a relentless focus on the user experience
  • Exceptional interaction design, visual design and design thinking—with the ability to articulate your thought process
  • Passion for distilling complex problems into intuitive workflows while maintaining the quality and polish of the product
  • Ability to excel in a fast-moving, and sometimes unstructured environment
  • Familiarity with design tools such as Figma, Sketch and Origami
  • Curiosity and willingness to learn and grow from a team of high-performing builders
  • Strong portfolio of design work that conveys an ability to ship successful products
  • San Francisco or Washington DC based candidates strongly preferred (hybrid work is acceptable)

* We've learned that people hesitate to apply without quantifiable years of experience. However, what’s most important to us is the kind of experiences you’ve had and the skills you’ve developed along the way. Have well over 10 years of experience? That's great! Have fewer than 10 years, but feel you meet the other requirements? That's ok too! Please apply.

Salary Range: $176,100 - $215,200 Annually + Benefits + Equity (if applicable) + Bonus (if applicable)

Actual compensation is influenced by a wide array of factors including but not limited to skill set, level of experience, certifications or licenses, and specific work location. Information on the benefits offered is here.

Peregrine Technologies is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We celebrate diversity and are a proud equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

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