Our UI team enables scalable fast development of our interface to all our development teams. As a Product Analyst, you will take part in creating core elements (widgets), that will become tools for other teams to define the user experience.
Your challenges and objectives :
Be main point of contact (internally and externally) for the functional aspects of all things UI.
Understand your different audiences (business-oriented and technical) and be an efficient communicator.
Develop a thorough understanding of our platform as a whole and its different parts, since your work will have impact on its design.
Your day-to-day activities
Write functional specs for all the tasks scoped for the development team.
Respond questions about platform functionality from customer facing teams.
Maintain a constant communication with the Product Design Team, to make sure all functionalities all aligned with the platform overall criteria.
Present new features in internal meetings.
About you :
Proficient in design and very interested in UX.
Enthusiastic about understanding and analyzing complex problems.
Eager to find solutions for those problems by seeing a broader picture and connecting the dots.
Fluent in English (oral and written).
We’re a market leader enterprise that makes its own product : A highly flexible enterprise SaaS platform used for global talent acquisition and talent management.
We currently work with over 650 companies worldwide.
Developing our own product means that we use our ideas and set our priorities, but also that when it comes to how we work, we set our own rules.
We choose to work in a relaxed, energetic and creative environment, where everyone can make the most of their skills and preferences, and boost their individual capabilities through collaboration and team work.
Due to COVID 19, all Avaturians are working from home for the moment. More information will be provided during the interview process.
A fast-paced, energetic, and engaging environment.
Competitive salary, with two reviews per year.
Three weeks vacations from the first year.
Four days a year to attend events related to professional development.
Four weeks paternity leave.
OSDE 310 health coverage.