Lead Product Designer
Posted on 7/19/2023

501-1,000 employees

Consumer-engagement & rewards platform
Company Overview
Fetch is on a mission to make saving money fun with their shopping platform where brands and consumers come together for a loyalty-driving, points-exploding, money-saving party. The Fetch app gives users the easiest way to save on everyday purchases by simply scanning their receipt.
Madison, WI, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
UI/UX Design
Art, Graphics & Animation
  • Risk-takers. You've got ample room to fail and no time to play it safe
  • Endlessly curious. You never hesitate to ask “why” and tirelessly seek out innovative solutions
  • Expert collaborators. You are equally comfortable working side-by-side with executive stakeholders, teammates, and non-technical colleagues as you are with your fellow designers
  • UI craftspeople. A background in visual design is not required but a well-practiced eye for detail & aesthetics absolutely is. Your shipped mobile app work needs to knock our socks off
  • Radically scrappy. You thrive in ambiguity and won't hesitate to get exactly what you need to keep moving ahead. You can get stuff done!
  • Team-players. Our secret sauce is our team dynamic; we don't have time for egos
  • 5+ years of relevant experience, native mobile app design experience or enterprise web application experience required
  • Experience with Figma, Miro, and Protopie
  • Experience with animation (especially LottieFiles or Rive)
  • Technical acumen and experience designing for complex problems and tools
  • Ability to self-direct and lean on their own prioritization methods to get their work done in a fast-paced startup environment
  • Experience designing, building, maintaining and implementing design systems
  • Team and/or project management experience
  • Intimately familiar with the Fetch app; using it in your daily life
  • Integrated within your team
  • Understanding your team's focus, goals, and KPIs
  • Developing strong working relationships within your team (Directly Responsible Individual (DRI)), Product manager, and Engineering lead) and outside of your team (key stakeholders and other cross-functional teams)
  • Leading design critiques of your work with cross-functional stakeholders and peers
  • Collaborating with other design leads on Design Ops initiatives
  • Influencing & making decisions within your team
  • Exploring the unknowns-what opportunities are untouched or undiscovered?
  • Well on your way to launching your first feature(s) into production
  • Mentoring your fellow team members
  • Influencing decisions outside of your team for the larger organization
  • Thriving in ambiguity within your team and the larger organization
  • Launching multiple features into production with iterations on the work in motion
  • Ready to take on a DRI role within your team