Senior Digital Designer

Location: Beirut, Lebanon and/or Vienna, Austria
Job Type: Full-Time
Employer: Medicus
Love working on innovative digital products within an international environment? Have outstanding design skills and a highly hands-on attitude? Want to help bringing a fast-growing company to the next level with your creativity and solution-oriented mindset ? Then you’re exactly who we’re looking for in our offices in Beirut and/ or Vienna.

Your Responsibilities

  • Draft, ideate, scope, prototype, and design innovative products, solutions and product features in close collaboration with our product team
  • Support our marketing team with the design of creative marketing materials and brand elements
  • Create fresh, interesting and inspiring mobile and web interfaces
  • Lead our user testing sessions with customers and collect data with A/B tests to make more informed design decisions
  • Learn from customer usage, and leverage feedback and data to continually iterate, innovate, and evolve the product
  • Work closely with product team to define product opportunities and contribute to the overall product strategy

Your profile

  • You have a Bachelor's degree in product or digital design, or equivalent work experience
  • You bring 2-3 years of relevant experience in digital product design, preferably in a highly dynamic environment
  • You're a master of best-practice design software, such as Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.
  • You enjoy working with and building modern solution architectures and the technical designs of complex mobile and web applications
  • Creativity, strategic thinking and details-oriented work approach can be considered as your core strengths
  • Your excellent time management skills and solution-oriented mindset allow you to excel at managing several projects at a time
  • You fearless of unknown terrain and embrace challenges joyfully
  • You're comfortable working with remote and internationally spread teams
  • Your English is fluent, the fluency in an additional language (preferably German, French or Arabic) is a plus

What we offer

  • You're part of an international, fast-growing and forward-thinking health tech company that aims to modernize the way we think about health
  • You get the freedom to execute your own ideas from the first day on. We do not only accept but expect your contribution to the bigger picture
  • You work with an international team with many years of experience building companies and products with great user experience
  • You'll get an attractive compensation package
  • You'll be working in an environment that aims to accelerate your professional and personal growth

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About Medicus
Medicus is an AI-based platform that converts health data into an interactive experience with easy-to-understand explanations, personalized health insights and smart wellbeing coaching.

Medicus is used by diagnostic labs and health insurance companies to provide patient-friendly health reports and foster continuous and personalized wellbeing coaching.

Medicus is based in Vienna, with offices in Berlin, Paris and Beirut.

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