At PitchBook, we are always looking forward. We continue to innovate, evolve, and invest in ourselves to bring out the best in everyone. We’re deeply collaborative and thrive on the excitement, energy, and fun that reverberates throughout the company. 

Our extensive learning programs and mentorship opportunities help us create a culture of curiosity that pushes us to always find new solutions and better ways of doing things. The combination of a rapidly evolving industry and our high ambitions means there’s going to be some ambiguity along the way, but we excel when we challenge ourselves. We’re willing to take risks, fail fast, and do it all over again in the pursuit of excellence.

If you have a good attitude and are willing to roll up your sleeves to get things done, PitchBook is the place for you. 

 

About the Role:

As a member of the Product and Engineering team at PitchBook, you will be part of a team of big thinkers, innovators, and problem solvers who strive to deepen the positive impact we have on our customers and our company every day. We value curiosity and the drive to find better ways of doing things. We thrive on customer empathy, which remains our focus when creating excellent customer experiences through product innovation.

We know that greatness is achieved through collaboration and diverse points of view, so we work closely with partners around the globe. As a team, we assume positive intent in each other’s words and actions, value constructive discussions, and foster a respectful working environment built on integrity, growth, and business value. We invest heavily in our people, who are eager to learn and constantly improve. Join our team and grow with us!

This role focuses on the UX design of an enterprise SaaS product. As a Manager of Product Design, your role is to lead design innovation for new features and experiences on the PitchBook platform. You will lead a team of UX designers and collaborate with cross-functional teams including product managers, engineers, and research and editorial teams. You will be an inspiring and collaborative design leader who will help raise the bar for UX design on your team.

 

Primary Job Responsibilities:

  • Lead new and holistic thinking across product areas and releases for the PitchBook platform  
  • Drive the creation and implementation of UX standards and best practices across the company  
  • Partner with product management to work on feature prioritization, design, and implementation  
  • Grow and develop a team of UX designers; set a high bar for excellence in product design  
  • Present designs to cross-functional stakeholders across the company, including the executive team  
  • Support the vision and values of the company through role modeling and encouraging desired behaviors 
  • Participate in various company initiatives and projects as requested 

 

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required 
  • 5+ years of experience as a user experience designer, interaction design, product designer, or similar role  
  • 2+ years of experience managing UX design teams  
  • A design portfolio demonstrating a history of customer-centric design  
  • Experience leading full life cycle design projects, from research and discovery to execution  
  • Strong analytical skills, using qualitative and quantitative data to guide design decisions  
  • Collaborative, driven, and passionate, yet focused on building long-term relationships  
  • Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite including in-depth knowledge of Outlook, Word, and Excel with the ability to pick up new systems and software easily 

 

Benefits + Compensation at PitchBook:

Physical Health            

  • Comprehensive health benefits
  • Additional medical wellness incentives 
  • STD, LTD, AD&D, and life insurance

 

Emotional Health 

  • Paid sabbatical program after four years
  • Paid family and paternity leave 
  • Annual educational stipend
  • Ability to apply for tuition reimbursement
  • CFA exam stipend 
  • Robust training programs on industry and soft skills 
  • Employee assistance program
  • Generous allotment of vacation days, sick days, and volunteer days 

 

Social Health 

  • Matching gifts program
  • Employee resource groups
  • Subsidized emergency childcare  
  • Dependent Care FSA
  • Company-wide events
  • Employee referral bonus program  
  • Quarterly team building events

 

Financial Health 

  • 401k match
  • Shared ownership employee stock program 
  • Monthly transportation stipend  

 

*Please be aware the above PitchBook benefit and perk offerings are subject to corresponding plan and policy documents and may change during the course of your employment.

 

Compensation

  • Annual base salary: $210,000-$230,000
  • Target annual bonus percentage: 20%

 

*Starting pay will be based on several factors and commensurate with qualifications & experience. We also have a location-based compensation structure; there may be different ranges for candidates by location. 

 

Working Conditions:

The job conditions for this position are in a standard office setting. Employees in this position use PC and phone on an on-going basis throughout the day. Limited corporate travel may be required to remote offices or other business meetings and events.

 

Life At PB:

We are consistently recognized as a Best Place to Work and our culture is at the heart of our success. It’s our fundamental belief that people do and create great things and that people are the cornerstone of prosperity. We believe that proactively seeking out different points of view, listening to others, learning, and reflecting on what we’ve heard creates a sense of belonging within PitchBook and strengthens the PitchBook community.

 

We are excited to get to know you and your background. Concerned that you might not meet every requirement? We encourage you to still apply as you might be the right candidate for the role or other roles at PitchBook.

 

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