Head of Design
About the Role
The Head of Design will partner with stakeholders, product, and engineering to shape the vision, processes, and culture of high-quality product development at pace. This individual will collaborate with marketing to bring our incredible brand to life at every touchpoint. The Head of Design will be an advocate for design across the company and foster an environment of creative partnering, design solutions, and a clear identity.
- Manage and inspire design managers, product designers, visual designers, and content strategists. Create a culture of inspiration, insight, and authority on design and user experience
- Influence the product strategy, deliver high-quality design work, and understand how to solve a range of product challenges across iOS, Android, web, mobile web, and email
- Partner with product, engineering, analytics to accelerate the creation, development, and iteration of our products. Champion fast iteration, deep user research, and broad experimentation
- Find opportunities to improve how we work, and develop systems for scale
- 12+ years experience designing consumer products at small and large, world-class design-focused companies
- Ability to recruit, hire and retain multi-disciplinary design teams
- Experience balancing process and productivity with craft and creative explorations. Emphasis on early prototyping, iterative cycles, and learning.
- A passion for accelerating team efficiency by improving processes and workflows within the design team and cross-functionally
- Hands-on with design work, willingness to roll up your sleeves
- A team player with low ego
GoodRx is America’s leading prescription price transparency platform. More than 8 million people use the GoodRx website and our mobile apps each month. GoodRx helps consumers save up to 80% on their medications by delivering prices and available discounts at nearly every pharmacy in the U.S. Thousands of physicians and employees use GoodRx, and its services have been positively reviewed by Good Morning America, the American Heart Association, The New York Times, ABC News, AARP, Forbes and many others.