What is the role?
Our team is growing and we are looking for designers who enjoy the fun and challenge of applying design practice to make cloud data interactive, accessible, and beautiful. You will work cross-functionally to develop concepts, flows, and UI for Workday products and features. This role will help bring our Analytics products to absolutely everyone by assessing accessibility issues and resolving them creatively with a small cross-functional team, and will receive training and support from our Accessibility team.
Expertise in interaction design, with relevant professional experience
Demonstrable success working with product managers and engineers
Excellent communication, problem-solving and presentation skills
Nice to have (but not required):
Experience with designing accessible experiences
Experience with and eagerness to do research with customers
A degree in Interaction Design, Human Computer Interaction, or a related field
Experience working with front-end developers
Knowledge of BI, analytics, visualization, or dashboarding tools
More about the Team:
You will work closely with the Workday Analytics team in the greater San Francisco area and in Prague
Workday Dublin has over 1200 employees in our city centre offices
Dublin has a team of over 40 UX researchers and designers working across multiple product and technology areas.
In Dublin, we're focused on Analytics, Employee Experience Technology, Talent Optimisation, Core Services and Design System
You care about the way users develop and share insights and want to build the next generation of tools for understanding and managing massive quantities of data.
You have a strong product sense and understand how to ship a well-crafted product experience.
You are intellectually curious and seek to frame problems in new ways to drive your process.
You are hungry to learn and enjoy collaborating with a world-class cross-disciplinary team of UX, engineers, and product managers, especially around accessible and inclusive design
You are willing to bring your whole self to work and find ways to have fun.
What’s in it for you:
Working with a diversity of stakeholders and partners in the context of a great company culture
Getting to design for software used by much of the Fortune 500
Partnership with and feedback from fellow designers (in Dublin, Prague, Colorado, and California)
The opportunity to take on complex problems, and constantly learning
A company culture that rewards great work, and a management team that genuinely cares about you, and about your career growth
Occasional travel to (mostly) sunny California
Flexibility to work between home and office