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Senior Product Designer, Melbourne, News Corporation

Published 2022-09-27
Expires 2022-10-27
ID #1187529670
100 AU$
Senior Product Designer, Melbourne, News Corporation
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne,
Published September 27, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior product designer
Min. Salary: 80.000


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We are on the hunt for a Senior Product Designer to make their mark in REA in this exciting new role within our design team. We are looking for someone who:
Solves real problems and has a positive impact on the entire property experience
Collaborates with and learns from our growing design community

Is excited to help drive our Mobile App experiences forward

We're REA

An Australian start-up success story we're quietly proud of.

From a garage in Melbourne to the global stage is an achievement we're humbled by. Our idea to put pictures of houses on the internet has blossomed since 1995, and we now have businesses across Australia, Asia, India and North America.

Our purpose is to change the way the world experiences property. No matter where you're at on your property journey, we're here to help on every step – whether that's buying, selling, renting or renovating.

Some of our brands include realestate.com.au, realcommercial.com.au, spacely.com.au, Flatmates.com.au, Proptrack.com, Smartline.com.au, Mortgage Choice and Property.com.au.

We’re proud to have been named one of Australia’s Best Workplaces for 2021. This recognition is a great proof point of our unique and special culture. A culture that is driven by our people, our values, and our commitment to making a difference in the community.

What we’re doing

As part of the ConsumerJourneys Tribeyou’ll play a key role in helping property seekers find their dream home usingourrealestsate.com.auapps. You’ll work across discovery and delivery to help shape the future of Australia’s best property experiences, used by millions of property seekers every month. If you love solving tough problems and collaborating with other designers, this is the place for you.

A few things you'll be doing day-to-day:
Explore new ideas and creative solutions that surprise and delight our users and create a positive brand perception, maintaining our market-leading position.
Understand business opportunities, user needs, competitive landscape, and technical constraints to deliver products to market that drive user satisfaction and business growth.

Deliver world-class products and features for our users, leveraging methods such as sketching, prototyping, user interface design, motion and interaction design to raise the bar across our experiences.

Discover more about our users and validate design solutions using qualitative and quantitative research techniques.

Plan,prioritiseand undertake 'just enough design' using a lean mindset to achieve goals and deliver on objectives

Shape and deliver commercially feasible user-centric design solutions that meet team goals and business objectives.

Present work and advocate best practices in giving and receiving feedback in regular design critiques to ensure consistency and quality outcomes.

Mentor and coach emerging designers to grow their skills.

What we’re looking for…
Someone experienced in and passionate about Mobile App design who advocates and evangelises best practice.
Someone with a few runs on the board, 5+ years of experience designing products using industry standard design tools and just enough process to get the job done.

Looks at tricky situations through a solutions-focused lens

Work productively in a fast paced and agile environment to create impact.

An experimentation mindset, working through ambiguity to have impact at scale.

Persuasively communicating design rationales and actively participating in critiques to drive high quality product outcomes.

But we don’t just look for someone based on their skills and expertise. It’s our connection, acceptance and genuine care for each other that makes REA a great place to work. That means you also need to be:
Savvy minded andhavecuriosity to think a little left of field and outside the box
A strong and creative communicator

Friendly, approachable and have good relationship management skills

An avid contributor to our inclusive culture – we celebrate differentperspectivesand all play an active role in creating a sense of belonging

The REA experience

The physical, mental, emotional and financial health of our people is something we’ll never stop caring about. This is a place to learn and grow. We’re committed to your development – both professionally and personally. Your experience with us is something we take seriously.

We offer:
A flexible working environment, meaning we strike the balance of what you need and what works for the business (and yes, our leaders fully understand the benefits of working flexibly)
A hybrid approach to the future of work –https://rea.to/hybrid-working

Generous and flexible parental leave offering for primary and secondarycarers

Summer Fridays – time back to focus on your wellness every Friday afternoon from December through to March

Support for your mental and physical health and wellbeing via our ‘You Matter’ Program

Because We Care program which includes volunteer leave and community grants, to ensure youhave the opportunity togive back to your community

Hack Days for you to bring so you can bring your big ideas to life in a supportive learning environment

An additional day of leave just for your birthday

Oh, and by the way:

At REA we value diversity and inclusion in all forms. Gender, religion, ethnicity, LBTGIQ+, neurodiversity and so much more. Research shows that while men apply to jobs when they meet an average of 60% of the criteria, women and other marginalized folks tend to only apply when they check every box.Soif you've got the must-haves, dedication and enthusiasm to learn but don't necessarily meet every single point on the job description, please still get in touch. We'd love to have a chat and see if you could be a great fit.

If you like the sound of us, then we think you should apply today. We're proud to be Circle Back Initiative Employer and we commit to respond to every applicant. While we're looking at your application, and preparing to come back to you with an update, why not get to know us a bit more through our various social channels?

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