5 billion people, two-thirds of the world’s population, do not have access to safe and affordable surgical care. As a result, millions go untreated every year causing unnecessary suffering, permanent debilitation, or death. This is all caused by a shortage of surgeons, varying quality of care, rising costs of training surgeons, lack of funding and lack of accessibility to quality surgery. Digital Surgery is on a mission to change all of this.
With our award winning Touch Surgery application and newly built GoSurgery product, it is the dawn of Digital Surgery. Digital Surgery has created a digital data driven ecosystem that uses the latest and cutting edge technologies like AI, augmented reality and computer vision to modernise surgical training, orchestrate surgical teams in the OR and deliver safer surgery around the world.
The Senior UX Designer will be expected to understand and consider the high-level direction of the product(s) but also the finer details of the user journeys. We are looking to see a portfolio of work showcasing innovative, creative design solutions with a clear strategic rationale that meet business and/or user needs.
The candidate will need to have strong communication skills that allow them to efficiently communicate and visualise ideas to stakeholders across the company. You will have experience working in agile teams, with developers, UI designers and product owners, as well as mentoring junior members of a team. A solid understanding of healthcare software, and healthcare technology is desirable.
It would be preferable for candidates to have the following qualities:
This is an exciting opportunity to work in one of the best health tech start-ups in Europe. We offer competitive salaries and a share options scheme so that all our employees have a part in our success. We are located near Old Street Station in a newly refurbished space, which is right at the centre of the growing technology start-up scene in London.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.