About Snowflake

Snowflake is growing fast and we’re scaling our team to help enable and accelerate our growth. We’re passionate about our people, our customers, our values and our culture!
 
Every organization in the world is a potential customer of Snowflake. Many already are. More will choose Snowflake because the work you do on the design team. Snowflake serves business users, analysts, data engineers, administrators, and others working with data.
 
Data enables businesses to make informed decisions. Product designers at Snowflake strive to understand the needs of current and potential customers so they can design products that enable them to work effectively. In turn, this enables their entire organization to work more rationally.
 
Design at Snowflake is evolving rapidly. This is an opportunity to help shape not just the future of our product, but of design as a function, process, and team as well.

Responsibilities

  • Own the experience of the product or feature you’re designing from strategy through workflows to execution
  • Understand the business case and users of your product to create aligned, effective products
  • Work closely with engineers to build robust, highly polished interfaces
  • Learn from your users and iterate
  • Be a team player by sharing your knowledge and being open to feedback

We Value

  • Team players
  • Expressing ideas clearly through writing, mockups and prototypes
  • Thinking big but working pragmatically
  • Systems thinking
  • A real passion for design
  • Exacting standards
  • Constantly striving to raise the bar
  • Designers that can work in a fidelity beyond static mockups, whether that be prototypes, code, or something else entirely

Requirements

  • We’re looking for senior level, experienced Product Designers with an appetite for diving in and continuing to push our product experiences forward. We always strive to improve our team’s output, so that means having an eye for execution and an eye for process. You’ll ship high quality features and products and refine how the process for how we get there as a team.
  • We expect designers to have strong portfolios that reflect their process and speak to goals and outcomes of projects they’ve worked on. Designers that have worked at Consumer or SaaS companies are encouraged to apply, but we’re open to designers from any background.
 
Snowflake is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, gender identity or expression, marital status, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, race, religion, pregnancy, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations and ordinances.  
 
 

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