Product Design Lead (AIoT)

Singapore Permanent Negotiable

We are in search for a UI UX Design Lead to join a multicultural team based in Singapore and build cutting edge AIoT products (mobile, web, B2C, B2B2C).

The AI sensing devices aim to bring peace of mind back as a fundamental requirement for smart home systems with digital monitoring – backed by machine learning and digital sensing that eschews the risk of invasion of privacy that many other IoTs pose.

US is currently the main distribution market, with a longer term plan for expansion. The leadership team has a track record of building successful innovative tech startups (the most recent one was acquired by Philips 2 years ago)

You will be part of the founding team thinking and designing multi-user interfaces for native Apps and Web dashboards; Guide the overall strategy through design, prototyping and research. You will partner closely with product and marketing managers to communicate brands values.

The ideal candidate for this role should have an outstanding UX UI portfolio showcasing their best mobile app design work samples, and with a proven track record of developing design process and scaling design team as a hands-on design lead.

If this sounds like you, APPLY now and GET IN TOUCH with SALT!

Registration ID R1982913

Salt Search Pte Ltd – EA 05C4494

Salt is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Job Information

Job Reference: JO-2103-198521
Salary: Negotiable
Salary per: annum
Job Duration:
Job Start Date: ASAP
Job Industries: Creative
Job Locations: Singapore
Job Types: Permanent

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