Senior UX/UI Designer (open for remote)

Job description

Will you join us on a journey to disrupt the trillion-dollar travel industry? We are looking for the best and brightest who share our passion for travelers, data and product.

FindHotel believes travel is the one thing that opens minds to new ideas, cultures, and ways of thinking. Our mission is to

GET EVERY TRAVELLER THE BEST ACCOMMODATION DEAL, WORLDWIDE. From adventure travel and backpacking to honeymoons and family vacations, we genuinely care so that every traveller can make the best-informed accommodation choice at the absolute best conditions for every trip.


What will you be doing?

    • You'll unleash your UX superpowers in a multi-disciplinary squad that is responsible for our search product.
    • You’ll use your specialization in visual and UI design to help making the product look stunning across the board. In turn, the other UX designers will share their expertise (user research and design systems) and experience to help you grow as a professional.
    • You and your squad will be part of the customer experience (CX) tribe. Our goal is to create the best and most loved accommodation booking tool around!
    • Within the UX chapter you'll be playing an active role in order to establish new best practices, better ways of working and a clear vision of what great UX design at FindHotel is.

    Requirements

    What are we looking for?

    • Extensive experience (at least 5 years) as a UX designer in a user-centric company.
    • You’re a solid all-round UX designer with a specialization in visual and UI design.
    • Experience working on travel and/or search products is a strong plus.
    • Passionate about creating beautiful but mostly meaningful digital consumer products.
    • Hands-on experience using latest UX tools; preferably Sketch, Invision and Zeplin.
    • Experience working in cross-functional, Agile and self-organizing teams.
    • Worked on the B2C side (both mobile and desktop) of a start-up/scale-up company with multiple UX designers.
    • Crystal clear (English) communication skills; both written and spoken.
    • You know the why, how and what of everything you do.
    • Experience and understanding of both quantitative (GA, A/B, BI, etc.) and qualitative user research.
    • Experience with sharing you knowledge and expertise with fellow UX designers and the ability to successfully evangelize the benefits of a great UX within the company.

    Why should you join?

    • There is a Corona crisis going on, travel companies are letting thousands of employees go, and we’re still hiring… We must be doing something right
    • After building a successful business by nailing user-acquisition and software development we’re ready to take it to the next level; we’re building a world class UX team that’s going to raise the bar in the online accommodation space and build a product travelers will love!
    • FindHotel is made by travelers for travelers. You’ll join a team of super smart, skilled, friendly, fun and highly motivated people from all across the globe, working together in the beautiful city of Amsterdam. What better place to learn and grow?

    Is FindHotel is the right place for you? Find out by reading our CEO's blog post

    What we offer:

    • Plenty of chances to learn and grow – you'll be surrounded by some of the brightest minds in the city, be part of a culture which values sharing knowledge every day and has a budget to attend conferences and develop yourself.
    • A profitable company with fast growth and a great scale opportunity.
    • A competitive compensation package + perks and benefits (including Stock Appreciation Rights).
    • Flexible time off (take as many holidays as you need) and a chance to work remotely - we measure results, not time spent in the office.
    • You will be part of a highly international team in a fun work environment.
    • We value good food and offer catered lunches from various cuisines, great coffee, ice-cream in the fridge and the occasional bbq in our garden.

    Blog posts worth reading