About R-Zero

R-Zero is a workplace intelligence platform that delivers real-time insights on how to optimize indoor spaces and buildings to improve workforce productivity, right-size real estate portfolios, and create operational efficiencies, including reducing energy costs. R-Zero’s industry-leading risk model recommends mobile and autonomous UV disinfection where risk is high, to achieve effectiveness while reducing chemical usage and waste, and reducing carbon emissions to achieve sustainability goals. R-Zero’s platform is instantly accessible, easy to use, and scalable across every kind of space, enabling health systems, commercial real estate, cities, public services, and educational systems to prepare today’s buildings to meet tomorrow's challenges. Learn more at www.rzero.com.

Role Overview

We are seeking a Senior UX Designer to drive UX framework and information architecture. This is the first UX hire and is a high-profile role trusted to define a world-class end-to-end customer experience.  Working collaboratively with engineers, product managers, executives, and R-Zero teammates across the organization, you will lead all design aspects throughout the strategy, research, concept, and development life-cycle.  Your scope will encompass the entire customer journey from initial engagement to steady-state product.  

Key Responsibilities

  • Independently develop and deliver high-level storyboards, prototypes, wireframes, and high-fidelity designs to effectively communicate design strategies and detailed interaction behaviors.
  • Champion a user-centered design process throughout the organization including a customer research process with best practices
  • Provide competitive analysis and stay informed on industry design trends 
  • Collaborate with executives, product managers, and engineering to deliver designs that effectively achieve business goals 

What We’re Looking For:

  • Independent decision making and take-ownership mentality 
  • Bias-toward-action
  • Outcomes-oriented leadership
  • Problem solving by always returning to the customer problem we’re trying to solve

Qualifications

  • 5+ years of UX/UI design experience 
  • 3+ years of information architecture and UX framework ownership
  • Experience owning design for data dashboards or other data visualization tools
  • B2B SaaS experience heavily preferred 
  • Proficiency in Figma or other collaborative design software 
  • Owned design for a 0-1 product and through several iterations of ship-learn-redesign

You’ll love working at R-Zero because of our:

  • High-impact mission and purpose-driven team 
  • Competitive salary, startup equity + incentives
  • Excellent healthcare benefits (medical, dental, vision) and 401(k) program 

 

The salary range for this position will vary based on candidate level, experience, and location. The base salary for this position contemplates a range of $140,000 - $210,000. Certain roles may be eligible for incentive compensation, equity, and benefits. Proof of eligibility to work in the United States and a background check is required upon employment.

R-Zero’s benefits program underscores our commitment to health equity and care for all people–including our employees. Some of these benefits include:

  • Unlimited vacation, paid holidays
  • Competitive total compensation with equity:
    • Competitive compensation–backed by market research and audited annually for pay disparities–is our baseline. In addition to competitive base bay, every member of our team receives equity. We believe shared ownership leads to shared success.
  • Healthcare benefits (medical, dental, vision) starting on day one. We offer coverage for employees, their spouses/domestic partners, and their children. 
  • 12 weeks paid parental leave for all genders
  • 401(k) program starting on day one
  • AD+D and life insurance

 

R-Zero is an equal opportunity employer, committed to creating a diverse and inclusive global work environment. We are committed to a policy of Equal Employment Opportunity and do not discriminate against an applicant or employee on the basis of any legally recognized protected basis under federal, state, or local law, including the San Francisco’s Fair Chance Ordinance.

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