- San Francisco, CA
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- Kevin Witthuhn
Service Designers - A Fortune 500 banking operation in San Francisco is looking for a Service Designer for the development, implementation and upgrading of enterprise-level experiences for hundreds of thousands of digital and retail customers.
Sound interesting? Here are the role’s responsibilities:
Develop compelling digital user experiences with cross-functional product teams
Implement service upgrades in-coordination with web development teams
Conduct quantitative and qualitative research studies on stakeholders and customers alike
Facilitate service design workshops, action plans and follow up reports
To be considered, please take a look at candidate requirements for eligibility:
Online portfolio showcasing visual storytelling and/or product design experience
Qualitative & quantitative research experience
Cross-functional team coordination & collaboration experience
Human centered design methodology
This Fortune 500, financial client has its foundation in San Francisco and provides legendary consumer and business services driven by generations of industry-leading professionals. For over 140 years, this multi-billion dollar institution has partnered with freelance professionals and experts to build a bank capable of thriving in the 21st century. With branches and offices globally from Hong Kong to Wall Street, constant industry is required of this hiring titan.
This socially responsible financial organization:
Actively promotes employees diversity
Partners with underserved communities to promote economic development
Continually adopts methods to reduce carbon footprint
Increases year-over-year philanthropic giving
Boasts long-term employee retention
Working here gets you in with a company that, in 2018, was recognized by Forbes as one of the best AI companies to work for. If social responsibility is a priority in your job consideration process, THIS is the company you want to be with. DiversityInc. lists them as a Top Company for Diversity, LGBT, Diversity Councils, and Veterans. In an ever-changing workplace landscape, this banking leader relies on steady innovation from it’s freelance partners to drive the conversation on adaptation and success in the digital economy. Be a part of something bigger!