Please note: All roles at Rhino are remote, and there will be no future in-office mandate.

Exactly 45 billion dollars is locked up in cash security deposits. We prove that there’s a better way. Rhino is bringing financial flexibility to renters everywhere.

We give renters a choice in a transaction that never offered choice before. We replace upfront security deposits with affordable insurance that saves renters hundreds and thousands of dollars. To date, we have saved renters over $150 million and are trusted in over 1 million homes across all 50 states. 

Founded in 2017 and VC backed, Rhino's mission is to utilize technology to offer products and services that break down financial barriers and offer a win-win solution for both renters and property owners/managers alike.

As a Senior UX Researcher at Rhino, you’ll join a passionate team that works closely with product, engineering, and leadership to build products that are positioned to revolutionize renting.

In this role you will: 

  • Drive, design and conduct research projects that span exploratory, design, and evaluative research. Owning the research from end to end.
  • Analyze and synthesize conducted research and provide impactful recommendations and insights about our users and experience
  • Partner with designers, product managers, and team, guiding them in applying insights to their work
  • Establish tools, systems, and processes to streamline and scale research
  • Drive research culture and enablement across Design and Product

We’re ideally seeking:

  • 3+ years of experience in research focused on consumer-facing digital products
  • Experienced in generating insights that informed strategy, product, and design
  • A deep understanding of evaluative and formative qualitative research methods
  • Experience with quantitative methods, analyzing metrics, designing experiments, and worked with Data team to connect data to qualitative insights
  • Understands inclusive design and accessibility
  • Experience communicating research findings to the team and stakeholders
  • Ability to help teams contextualize user problems, behaviors, and workflow

Benefits: 

  • Competitive compensation and 401k 
  • Unlimited PTO to give our employees a little extra R&R when they need it  
  • Stock option plan to give our employees a direct stake in Rhino’s success
  • Comprehensive health coverage (medical, dental, vision)
  • Remote Work Program to allow for flexibility between home and the office
  • Generous Parental Leave to create a family-friendly culture
  • Wellness Perks (Gym, Classpass, & Citibike Memberships)
  • Commuter Benefits through a Flexible Spending Account
  • Fintech Equality Coalition Founding member

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