On behalf of our partner, EAT Club, we are looking for a Product Designer to join the team that is building and delivering leading-edge digital products and technologies in the food and hospitality industry in North America.

What is EAT Club?

EAT Club was born in the heart of Silicon Valley and for over a decade has been providing a digital order-ahead individual meal delivery experience to leading companies in the Bay Area, including Netflix, Google, and Facebook. We power the tech that consumers use to order tasty meals at work paired with world-class logistics for kitchens to use to make menus, track demand, and get meals from point A to B at corporate enterprise-grade scale.

About the team:

EAT Club encourages intellectual curiosity and openness and provides the support and mentorship needed to succeed, learn, and grow.

They will make sure you have everything you need to do your best work and make an impact.

EAT Club values:

  • Remote work: They have members of the team working across the US and Europe — async work is a key part of their culture.
  • Camaraderie: Helping others is always a priority. They make it a point to foster an environment of inclusiveness and collaboration.
  • Work/life balance: They all have responsibilities and obligations outside of work. They respect that family comes first.
  • Intellectual curiosity: Go out of your comfort zone; try new things!
  • Sense of humor: They like to have fun, and don’t always take ourselves too seriously.

About the role:

As a Product Designer for Eat Club, you will work closely with their product team to improve and elevate the experience of their back-of-house management tools for Eat Club, as well as the customer-facing web and mobile apps. You will have the opportunity to collaborate closely with a lean tech team to solve the right experience challenges. You’ll also have the opportunity to roll up your sleeves and take your ideas from concept to final delivery. This role will be 80% product design and 20% digital marketing design-focused.

What you will do:

  • Work within a close-knit product team on various projects to better the end-to-end experience of web and mobile applications.
  • Full end-to-end design from ideation, user flows, wireframes, high fidelity to final delivery of design files to developers.
  • Collaborate closely with stakeholders to reach clarity and alignment on small to large ideas to better the user experience using informal and formal design thinking methods.
  • Support for continuous and iterative improvement — you are comfortable with feedback cycles that are openly communicative and generous within one-on-one and large team settings.
  • Being meticulous and detail-oriented — you advocate for beautiful visual design balanced with solid UX.
  • Provide design support to our digital marketing team when needed.
  • An adaptive mindset that is able to thrive in ambiguity.

Your experience:

  • At least 3+ years of UX product design experience at a digital product agency or in-house environment in an agile software environment.
  • Ability to present your designs and articulate your solutions.
  • Experience in working with the human-centered design process.
  • Experience designing with Figma.
  • Experience designing for different platforms from web to native applications.
  • Experience conducting user interviews and performing user testing.
  • Some graphic design experience.

Specific requirement:

  • At least an Upper-Intermediate level of English (as you will be working with a US-based team).
  • Being able to work at night time (starting at 4-6 PM CEST) as you will be working with a team in LA.

Working model:

GT builds remote engineering teams for outstanding product companies. Our future mate will work directly with our client's projects. You will work with the same tools and technologies as they do and communicate with the CTO and the Head of Delivery at GT. We also encourage trips to a client and joint teambuilding and after-work activities.

Interview stages:

  1. GT Interview.
  2. EAT Club screening.
  3. Interview with a Product Design Director.
  4. Interview with a Product Design Manager.

Meet the recruiter: