About Gem

Gem is building the platform for modern recruiting. Our software empowers recruiters to source and engage with candidates at scale, and gives talent leaders data and insights to operate their teams more efficiently. Our customers are savvy recruiting teams from industry-leading companies — like Twilio, Robinhood, Peloton, and Gusto — who understand that getting the best talent in the market is key to maintaining their competitive advantage.
 
With $148M in funding led by ICONIQ, Greylock, and Accel at a $1.2B valuation, Gem has become one of the fastest-growing SaaS companies at its scale. In the last year, we tripled ARR, made Y Combinator’s Top Companies list, and were recognized as a great place for career growth and diversity by Comparably.
 

The Team & Role 

As a Staff-level Product Designer at Gem you will have the opportunity to create innovative and beautiful experiences our customers love and depend on. Working with customers across industries and markets, you’ll be tasked with owning entire, end-to-end experiences across feature areas.
 
One of the best elements of this role is that you will have access to a community of customers who are deeply invested in helping us create the best product possible. A significant portion of this role will be leveraging customer feedback to quickly ideate, design, iterate, and launch products and features they love.
 
In this particular role you will be responsible for designing across features, but primarily within Gem’s Analytics and Reporting suite of tools. A strong passion for data analytics, data visualization, and working with complex sets of information is key to this role’s success.
 
If you are passionate about creating a strong design culture, engaging directly with customers to inform decisions, designing intuitive and easy to use products, and taking complex/data-rich systems and simplifying them through easy-to-use interfaces, we'd love to hear from you!
 

Responsibilities:

  • Lead the end-to-end design process of major features for the Gem product
  • Own data visualization, charting, filtering, and reporting across Gem
  • Define or contribute to the strategy of multiple product areas
  • Collaborate closely with the engineering team, product team, and customers, proposing a v0 quickly, seeking feedback, and iterating quickly
  • Own design across the entire company: proactively identify the highest-impact areas for design prioritization, and hire + partner with external contractors as needed

*Please note that this role is based in San Francisco, CA

Qualifications:

  • 5-7 years of experience designing and shipping digital products, ideally in the B2B or SaaS space
  • Experience designing data visualization and analytics-rich features or products
  • Deep knowledge of the product development process, from product thinking to visual and interaction design
  • Ability to produce polished, high-fidelity mockups and prototypes of product workflows
  • Experience defining and working on data-informed projects
  • Motivated self-starter who can work closely with cross-functional partners in product, engineering, research and marketing
  • A growth mindset with a willingness to own problems and results, as well as comfort with ambiguity
  • Strong eye for visual design and a passion for design craft
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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