A Miami based E-commerce company is searching for a talented Industrial Designer to join their rockstar Tel Aviv team!
The ideal candidate is a sharp, creative and organized Industrial Designer with a get-it-done mentality.
As Director of Product you will be responsible for:
– Designing products from scratch in CAD
– Strategizing and managing the creation of new products
– Sourcing and communicating with factories
– Furthering the development of existing product lines
– Working on driving down manufacturing costs, while driving the quality up
– Research & lead cross-functional experiments towards measurable outcomes
– Doing things you have no idea how to do (yet), executing & being scrappy when needed
– Besides exceptional communication skills, the company is looking for really creative people who have a drive to bring amazing products into existence. This role provides you a great opportunity to learn more about creating products and brands that compete hard in today’s e-commerce environment.
– You have excellent taste in design.
– You are very self-organized, self-directed and love learning.
– You are a thinker who can dive deep into a problem and your true north is deep understanding.
– You are action, performance and results-oriented. 💪🏻
– You are independent and want to be a part of something greater.
– You love to run small experiments that can lead to impactful results.
– You are creative, forward thinking and can quickly understand higher business objectives.
– You are hard-working, dedicated, and passionate about all projects.
– You have meticulous attention to detail. 🤓
– You love working in a team environment, brainstorming and collaborating on solutions.
– You are a problem-solver and enjoy reaching outstanding solutions to ambiguous problems.
– You are ambitious and able to deliver within agile and swift timelines and deliverables.
– You’re highly organized and good at managing multiple projects simultaneously.
– You want to become a leader and have a ton of raw potential. You believe that your past experience doesn’t adequately demonstrate your capacity.