Oracle User Experience Designer, GBU UX Consulting - REMOTE in Austin, Texas
Job Identification : 124151
Job Category : Product Development
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User Experience Designer, GBU UX Consulting
LOCATION: UNITED STATES (REMOTE)
NOTE: We are unable to provide visa sponsorship for this role at this time. No candidates requiring visa sponsorship will be considered.
Oracle's Global Business Units (GBUs) provide powerful solutions to help solve the most complex business problems across a variety of industries including communications, construction and engineering, food and beverage, financial services and insurance, health sciences, hospitality, public sector, retail, and utilities. Whether powering clinical development for pharmaceutical companies, helping hotel chains streamline operations, or enabling retail stores anticipate demand and drive engagement, weâre working hard to provide solutions that help industry leaders grow, adapt, and innovate.
At Oracle, weâre committed to creating a state-of-the-art consumer-grade end user experience that will be the factor that distinguishes our software from the competition.
Yes. Weâre absolutely serious.
And we canât do it without your help.
We need thoughtful, talented, multi-faceted user experience designers who love empowering technology users with high quality interaction and visual design to bring their creative ideas and their hard work to join our team.
Hereâs the kind of person weâre looking for.
You thrive on working well with others. You make the people around you better. You love to collaborate with designers, user researchers, engineers, product managers, executives, and inspire them to do their best.
Youâre a full stack user experience designer. You apply user-centered design methods to interaction design, visual design and aesthetics, typography, motion, 3D, human factors, and more as tools in the UX designerâs toolkit. You are better at some than others, but youâre excited to learn and apply each of them into an experience that delights.
You get stuff done.
Youâre a fantastic storyteller. You know that our products tell our customers a story through the user experience. You wonât rest until that story is a compelling one.
You love rules and you know when to break them. You think systemically because you know that creating a coherent experience requires it. But you know when the system needs to expand to accommodate a userâs varied conceptual model. And you know when to do something completely unique to create an arresting and product-defining moment in the product that makes users ooh and aah.
You donât already know everything, and you love to learn. Youâre inspired by helping users solve their problems. You love finding out youâre wrong. You consume large amounts of quantitative and qualitative data to constantly refine your assumptions.
And finally, you want to be part of creating dramatic and impactful change at a company that is committed to becoming a light unto others when it comes to user experience design.
You might have learned your craft via formal training or via on-the-job training. For most candidates, itâs a combination of both. As long as youâve got experience and passion doing this work at the highest level, weâd love to talk to you and see a portfolio of the work youâre most proud of.
What will you do as a user experience designer on Oracleâs GBU UX Consulting Team?
You will partner closely with Product Management to understand the customers who use these products, empathize with them, and imagine creative ways we can make their work lives dramatically better.
You will partner closely with fellow designers to innovate by designing coherent, seamless, and emotionally resonant, state-of-the-art user experiences for our users.
You will partner closely with Engineering to take your designs and turn them into reality.
You will partner closely with your colleagues in user research to get customer feedback on your designs, find out where youâve improved their lives, and where you have more work to do.
You will meet regularly with stakeholders to discuss project status, goals, roadblocks and areas for improvement.
You will lead design critiques, stakeholder reviews and customer demos.
You will stay well-informed of changing design technologies/methodologies and help drive process improvements and design strategy.
You will develop domain expertise in order to reconcile design best practices with business needs.
You will actively mentor less experienced designers.
You will learn, grow, and be challenged.
And, if weâre being honest (and we are), you will sometimes make tough compromises, or find things take longer than you want them to or need to work extra hard to convince a colleague of your position, or not get your way.
And sometimes, you will get frustrated that Oracle is still growing its design culture. But then youâll remember that youâre here to be a founding member of that design culture and help turn Oracle into the place you love to work and have one of the best professional experiences of your life.
If youâre interested, please get in touch. Weâd love to hear from you.
Responsible for creating, evaluating and modifying prototypes to support evolving hardware and software application development.
As a member of the User Experience team, you will develop and apply software design/usability processes in the investigation of technical problems. May develop user profiles, with emphasis on human error control, display issues, visual interaction, physical manipulation and task and objective analyses. Provide product usability, evaluation and support to product development teams, including the analysis and investigation of applications/systems including tactile methods, visual graphics, web, multimedia, voice response and conversational user interaction. May assist in developing design concept and implementation, providing input on user design considerations. May produce specifications describing user needs and internal structures for product in development.
Duties and tasks are standard with some variation; displays understanding of roles, processes and procedures. Performs moderately complex problem solving with assistance and guidance in understanding and applying company policies and processes. BS degree or equivalent experience relevant to functional area. Typically one year of software engineering or related experience needed.
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