General Electric Staff UX Interaction Designer in Cheyenne, Wyoming
GE is the world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. Through our people, leadership development, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for global customers by speaking the language of industry.
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GE Healthcare Digital is seeking a Staff UX Interaction Designer with a focus on data visualizations, dashboards, contextual data and analytics to work on Applied Intelligence, AI and analytics products for healthcare diagnostics and delivery, primarily in Power BI. You will help create useful and desirable data-driven experiences that are insight and data-rich, yet also clean, intuitive and with clear content and visual hierarchy. Join us in defining the future of healthcare.
In this role, you will:
First and foremost, consider yourself a UX lead for software rather than a data analyst
Combine demonstrated creativity and refined knowledge of visual design and communications with very strong analytical reasoning and problem-solving approaches that align all product and design problems back the user’s goals and needs
Lead and influence strategy, product and business discussions relative to UX, AI, data visualizations and Applied Intelligence
Be data-fluent: comfortable with spreadsheets, Excel data analysis and graphing, and making graphs and dashboards in PowerBI, Tableau or similar tools
Demonstrate strong understanding of data presentation best practices and can identify both “good” and “bad” data displays and dashboard designs
Demonstrate sufficient knowledge of Agile / Lean UX methodologies, continuous delivery, and data manipulation processes and the data analysis domain (ETL, DW, data lake, NoSQL vs. SQL, ‘Big Data’, etc.)
Be fluent in use of a visual design system and its applications in data-intensive software
Guide effective documentation and communication of UX and visual design of any projects - via personas, wireframes, mockups, interactive prototypes at low and high fidelity, workflows, user stories, and test dashboards and visualizations
Demonstrate mastery of the end-end UX process, including quantitative and qualitative user research for discovery and product definition, multiple forms of formal and informal user testing, and usability evaluations
Be a passionate advocate for user research and testing as part of your iterative UX process
Lead external benchmarking research and evaluation of emerging design, technology, industry, and market trends related to AI and analytics
Preferably, have some knowledge of front-end development frameworks and software languages and techniques used for data manipulation
Be a mechanism for team and customer collaboration and facilitation. Work very closely with customers as well as both product and engineering leads to define, ideate and test approaches and solutions.
Be comfortable leading customer engagements and design workshops Qualifications/Requirements: Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in Interaction, Graphic, or Industrial Design preferred or in “STEM” Majors (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)
A minimum of 10 years of professional experience in product or service design OR Master’s degree with 6 years of experience in product or service design.Eligibility Requirements:
Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job
Must be willing to work out of an office located in Seattle, WA or San Ramon, CA Desired Characteristics: Technical Expertise:
Uses participatory design activities (e.g. paper prototype co-creation, card sorting) to understand vision, business model and assumptions and tacit knowledge about user needs and behaviors.
Conducts user research to understand user needs, mental models and working contexts
Synthesizes output of stakeholder research & creates visualizations that effectively summarize key insights related to user and customer needs and behaviors, product definition.
Creates annotated prototypes or wireframes of user interface designs that visually and textually communicate the behavior of a software application.
Skilled in standard design & wireframing tools (Adobe CC, OmniGraffle, Sketch), hand drawing and visual communication, time-based and interactive prototyping tools (Hype, Adobe Edge, Keynote).Business Acumen:
Develops knowledge of industrial business domains, products, key processes, suppliers, customers and market/competitors.
Understands and stays up to date on the industry’s technology landscape; brings new ideas to the team. Maps industry technology trends to internal vision.
Understands principles of design thinking, what it is and why it is important. Explores all ideas, regardless of their source.
Works to create an understanding of how individual people and things fit within larger structures (like systems or organizations), as well as the relationships between parts of a system and the system as a whole.Leadership:
Understands the value of a rigorous, collaborative and transparent decision-making process.
Demonstrates sensitivity to key cultural issues.
Uses generative techniques (sketching, brainstorming, etc.) to establish a variety of possible design decisions and decision scenarios.
Expresses UX and design concepts to collaborators on cross functional teams. Goes beyond merely presenting designs, explains the story of the rationale and benefit of design ideas.Personal Attributes:
Acts and decides appropriately when all available information may not be possible to obtain.
Demonstrates the ability to extract and communicate how customer groups are thinking and feeling.
Asks questions appropriate to translating an abstract problem into a roadmap for identifying solutions.
Captures specific information from the audience and validates it back to them for acceptance.#DTR Locations: United States; California, Washington; Seattle, San Ramon