What is Slice?

Slice is the leading technology and marketing platform made exclusively for local pizzerias, making it super easy to order delicious, authentic local pizza anywhere, anytime. We serve the $45 billion U.S. pizzeria market in two ways: by providing a pizza-centric mobile and web ordering experience for consumers, and by empowering local restaurants with the technology, tools, and marketing to grow their business, while helping them compete with Big Pizza. Can you imagine what a small mom and pop pizza shop could achieve with the resources of Domino’s?

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Slice is hiring a Staff Product Designer to lead design vision, strategy, and execution for our shop tools team. Shop tools are the suite of products that help our partner shops run and grow their businesses. This includes products that provide owner's access to insights and tools to help them grow their business, that enable in store staff to manage orders, that run our POS system, and more. These are the products that directly shape each and every restaurant owner’s experience with Slice and enables their success on our platform. 

This is a unique design opportunity that likely only comes along once in a career—a chance to completely reimagine products and turn them into world-class experiences at a successful, fast-growing company with a meaningful mission and an amazing culture. 

As we embark on an exciting, company-wide design transformation, you'll play a key role in shaping the future of design at Slice and advancing our mission of helping small, independent businesses compete with big corporations. Your perspective and ideas will be highly valued, you'll be empowered to do your best work, and you'll accelerate your career growth.

What you'll do:

  • Work cross-functionally to define long term vision and strategy for our Restaurant team. 
  • Partner closely with your squad to define and prioritise problems.
  • Facilitate a structured, collaborative, and transparent design process.
  • Translate complex ideas in order to create simple, intuitive, and delightful designs.
  • Partner with engineers to ensure that design work is implemented as intended.
  • Provide design feedback and mentorship to fellow designers.
  • Support design team hiring efforts.
  • Advocate for design.

What you'll have:

  • 7+ years of product design experience, including 3+ years of leading large-scale initiatives at a product-centric company. 
  • Fluency in Figma and prototyping tools.
  • A demonstrated ability to tackle complex problems.
  • Strong product instincts and an understanding of human behaviour. 
  • A commitment to craft and quality.
  • An open mind.
  • Last, but definitely not least, you have a strong desire to try new things, learn, and improve.

The best parts of this job:

  • Work that matters. All of your work at Slice will be focused on helping hard-working entrepreneurs behind small, independent businesses to succeed and better serve their local communities.
  • Ownership and impact. You’ll have true ownership of a large area of work and be in a position to make a huge impact for both our customers and the business.
  • Transformation. You’ll be provided the opportunity to rethink and redesign the products that exist today in order to significantly level up the design and help them achieve their potential. 
  • Design quality. We’re committed to creating best-in-class product experiences and ensuring that all of our designers are put in a position to do the best work of their career.
  • Amazing teammates. You’ll be surrounded by smart, kind people that you’ll learn from and enjoy working with on a daily basis.
  • Company culture. There are many great aspects of Slice’s culture, but our most special quality is the genuine openness to and willingness to try out new ideas.
  • Career growth. Our business is doing extremely well and growing quickly, which has created a vibrant environment and ample opportunities for learning and career growth. As we continue to grow, so will you.

Why Slice?

Join a community of engineers who combine creativity, curious minds and a commitment to excellence with the desire and commitment to grow and build on the engineering skill base and community here in Northern Ireland, therefore we do not hire remote engineers. Missing a few of the criteria but have worked in a pizza shop, or feel you can solve some of our interesting problems? Why not get in touch!

Benefits

  • Market Leading Salary
  • Strong Pension contribution
  • Personal Health, Dental and Eye Care
  • Income and Death insurance
  • Cycle Scheme of up to £2500
  • £750 per annum self-learning budget/working from home allowance
  • Health and wellbeing benefits
  • Market leading Maternity and Paternity Schemes
  • Flexible working / Hours and WFH
  • Generous time off allowance and policies
  • Free Friday Pizza and Monday Breakfast
  • Fully stocked kitchen/snacks
  • Annual conference attendance and training/development budget
  • Substantial gym membership discount
  • Discounts for local Pizzerias

How to apply?

A CV gives us a good idea of your background, we are interested in your latest work and projects. Education is great to see, but it's not overly important to us. If you have them, be sure to include links to any personal projects, blogs, contributions, or anything you want to add to your application.

My Pizza Slice Ltd is an equal opportunities employer and we value Diversity. We appreciate the differences in style and perspective as we believe it adds value to the organisation, and we aim to recruit likeminded employees. We are also proud members of the Diversity Mark NI initiative as a Bronze Member.

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