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UX Design Producer

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In this role, you’ll combine expert project management skills with a passion for user experience to help your team design how millions of users interact with our products. You’ll work cross-functionally and collaborate with managers, designers and engineering teams to plan projects, define milestones, assign resources, assess risks, and help projects meet deadlines. As a Design Producer, you will also manage all project-related communications to team members, leaders and other stakeholders. This job requires you to be an expert juggler, a master planner and a flexible project manager who can balance multiple projects that often span continents.

As the UX Design Producer, you will be responsible for the coordination and communication of UX projects. You will work with designers, as well as our partners in engineering and product management to plan projects, define milestones, develop and organize documentation and tools for the projects, assign resources, assess risk, and monitor and facilitate progress throughout a given project. You will be a self-starter with excellent design sense, communication, and interpersonal skills who has the ability to openly contribute ideas within a highly collaborative and cross-functional team. You are an organized, thoughtful person who enjoys creating great user experiences and creating order out of chaos.

Your Contribution:
Move fast. Speak up. Decide and own. Drive change. Exceed customer needs.

In this role you will:
• Collaborate with and support UX team leads in delivering the highest level of trust-building, strategic counsel through all project interactions; act as a bridge between the UX team and the Engineering and Product Management teams, connecting all three groups and making sure inter-dependencies are understood and planned for effectively.
• Identify team needs with regards to process, tools, documentation, asset management, etc, and implement or drive required changes to make sure designers are working at optimum efficiency.
• Define and manage project schedules and budgets from inception to completion.
• Provide clear communication to cross-functional team leads and senior management regarding project status, resource requirements, issues, and priorities. Proactively identify risks, prioritize them, and create plans to resolve in a timely manner.
• Lead or collaborate with Project team leadership in key project decision-making, including: requirements gathering, scheduling, resource allocation, and coordination of teams and approval processes.

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