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ROAR for Good - Industrial/Product Designer

We are looking for a industrial/product designer that is passionate about leveraging technology for societal good. The superstar candidate has a mix of UI/UX expertise, as well as an industrial and graphic design background. You will drive future iterations of our safety product and be in charge of the visual concepts and assets of every channel (including our website, mobile apps, marketing collateral, POP displays, packaging, social media networks, and newsletters). Join our team and help us change the world.

This is a full-time, in-house position in our office in Philadelphia, PA. The start date would be in late March/early April.

Responsibilities: 

  • Develop concepts and designs to enhance our safety jewelry with DFM in mind, including our next product 
  • Conduct user testing of products to ensure functionality, safety, and appearance 
  • Create a look consistent with all of ROAR's branding/collateral 
  • Present the user interface visually so information is easy to read, understand and find

Skills: 

  • Expertise in 3D design software (e.g. SolidWorks or Rhino) 
  • Proficient with industry standard design tools (e.g. Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch) 
  • Outside-the-box creativity 
  • Product development 
  • Creating animated content/graphics such as gifs a plus

Requirements: 

  • A passion for the problems we are trying to solve 
  • Self-driven with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build good working relationships 
  • Ability to work well in a team environment and independently 
  • High attention to detail 
  • Must be self-motivated to prioritize and manage workload and meet critical project deadlines 
  • Envision big picture goals and identify the steps needed to achieve them 
  • The ability to manage ambiguity, work autonomously and multi-task in an agile environment

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