UX Designer

A full-time hybrid role in Cambridge, UK

Our UX team is responsible for making the experience of using our platform simple, intuitive and delightful for all of our customers. We do that by helping each other deliver consistently outstanding work. We’re confident in our platform, market potential and we have big plans for the future which is why we are looking for another UX designer to join the team.

What’s the opportunity for a UX Designer at Gearset?

  • Join our growing and experienced UX team, laser-focused on delighting our users, and always ready and available to support you
  • You’ll own & drive the full design process from discovery through to delivery: turning research insights into ideas, designing the workflows and UI for features and getting them shipped in product releases
  • Partner with product managers to research and understand the jobs to be done for our customers
  • Work closely with engineering teams to ship projects that help address customer needs
  • This role comes with plenty of room for growth and you’ll have ownership of design decisions in your work

What you’ll achieve

  • Working with customers to understand their needs; you’ll participate in generative product research with product managers
  • Iterating on ideas, with peers, to solve those needs; you’ll share & seek feedback on work with other designers, product managers and engineers
  • Prototyping solutions to validate their value with users; you’ll organise evaluative research with engineering teams, focusing on target users
  • Collaborating with teams to get the right solution shipped on our platform; you’ll pair with & help engineers get features into the hands of our customers
  • Champion consistency & quality of experience to raise the bar for quality at Gearset

About you

  • You are enthusiastic about working with customers to build and deliver the right solution that empowers them
  • You can use Figma to create ideas for design work and are comfortable working with HTML & CSS to finesse the design details in code 
  • Love designing simple, intuitive and delightful user interfaces & care about design details 
  • Are pragmatic when it comes to design choices and make objective design decisions, always advocating for the best possible user experience
  • Have experience shipping products and working in a continuous development environment

Great to haves

  • Experience working on technical applications or developer tools
  • Have experience of working with hosted (SaaS) products 

Salary, benefits and hours

  • Salary is £45,000 - £65,000 per annum depending on experience
  • This is a full time opportunity, working Monday to Friday with the option of flexible home working (for most of us that looks like 2-3 days a week in the office)
  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Personal L&D budget of up to £1500 per year
  • Company Pension Plan (matching up to 5%)
  • Bupa health care
  • Life Insurance & Critical Illness cover
  • Flexible working hours
  • Free lunch in the office
  • Health and wellness benefits

About us

Gearset is the leading Salesforce DevOps platform trusted by more than 2000 companies around the globe, including McKesson, Accenture and IBM. We’ve the fast-paced, exciting environment of a startup, with the success and ambition of a scaleup, with offices in Belfast, London, and Chicago, alongside our Cambridge (UK) HQ.

We’re proud of our unique culture built on trust, collaboration, transparency, and teamwork, allowing us to have a feedback-driven culture that keeps us focused on delivering the best solution for our customers.

Alongside our Glassdoor score of 4.3/5, and customer G2 scores of 4.7/5, we hold three awards from Best Companies UK: Top 5 Best Company to work for in the East of England, UK Top 5 Best Mid-sized Company, and Top 5 Best Technology Company to work for in the whole of the UK.

Sound right for you?

If you think you have something special to offer, or you’ve got great experience but don’t match every requirement, we’d still love to talk with you and learn more! We’re committed to creating an inclusive environment and encourage you to apply.