Product Designer at Omhu
Did you know that skin issues are among the most common medical conditions?
They account for up to one third of all primary care consultations, but long waiting times for specialist care often makes the road from first symptom to recovery long and strenuous.
This is where we come in.
At Omhu, we want to ensure that patients get the help they need by realising the potential of digital health solutions – but we need your help to do so.
What will you be doing?
As our new Product Designer, you’ll be working in the heart of Copenhagen as part of a cross-functional team.
You’ll be responsible for…
- Generating user-centred insights and turning them into meaningful, trust-enhancing product experiences.
- Creating new designs, including (but not limited to) user flows, wireframes, mocks, service and process maps, and prototypes.
- Working closely with our medical and comms team to develop designs for user-focused content.
- Collaborating with development to deliver designs for each release, and ensure handover of visually consistent and polished UI components.
We work in small teams where we each have to be self-reliant and proactive about sharing insights and ideas to effectively and efficiently advance our products. At the same time, we know questions will arise and reaching out to your peers for advice and sparring is one of the keys to success.
Are you our new colleague?
We’re on a journey to build new pathways for people with skin conditions to get access to specialist care when they need it most. You should therefore thrive in an evolving environment with continuous discovery, learnings, and unknowns to adapt to.
Skills: Some of these learnings will come from you, so we’re looking for a colleague who has a solid foundation in conducting user research and prototyping, and in taking product design from early idea into release and iteration. We imagine you’ve built this foundation from 5+ years of design experience – preferably from working with product design at a tech or startup company.
Add-ons: You’ll get a bonus point or two if you’ve worked with web-based products and dashboard design, but it isn’t a requirement.
Language: Our workspace language is English, but Danish will be very valuable in your work e.g. when conducting user research and validation in our initial test market, Denmark.
Motivation: At the end of the day, we’re looking for a peer who wants to use their design skills to help us understand how we can use digital tools to improve dermatological care – and act on it. If you see yourself in that mission, we encourage you to apply and look forward to meeting you to learn more about what secret sauce you want to bring to the health tech space.
Join us for the design challenge – stay for the culture
You’ll be part of a multidisciplinary and diverse workspace of more than 20 different nationalities where designers and developers work closely with doctors and data scientists (just to name a few).
We value a curious and creative mindset, which doesn’t only influence our way of working but has also fostered a strong social community.
Knowledge-sharing is caring, so we make sure to have guild meetings to explore which practices could be valuable for us to implement. But the fun doesn’t end here. We also have themed Friday bars, “hygge coffees” to mingle across the organisation, weekly yoga and Counter-Strike, and an array of other activities organised by the colleagues themselves.
Other benefits include…
- Pension contribution and premium health insurance.
- The opportunity to attend conferences and professional training.
- Flexible working hours and holidays.
- Paid parental leave so you spend valuable time with your loved ones.
- Lunch served by our own in-house chef.
- A variety of snacks and soft drinks available throughout the day when you’re feeling peckish.
- MacBooks and super-ultra-wide screens as your productivity base – unless you prefer otherwise.
How do I apply?
If the position has piqued your interest, please send your CV, motivational letter, and portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Product Designer at Omhu”.
Deadline is 10 May. We’ll invite applicants in on a rolling basis.
If you have any questions about the position, feel free to contact Adrian Young-San Rössler at email@example.com.
Omhu is an independent health tech company established in 2020 to rethink dermatology from a new perspective, but we already have five years of research and development under our belt from working within LEO Innovation Lab – LEO Pharma’s digital innovation unit.
Understanding how and where technology can make the most impact is as much our concern as developing the technology itself. Combining science and technology, our focus areas include teledermatology and the use of artificial intelligence to diagnose, manage, and treat skin conditions. We’re working towards a world where everybody has access to a dermatologist when they need it most.
Omhu is a Danish word that is difficult to translate, but to act with ‘omhu’ means to act attentively, conscientiously, and with precision.
Omhu is our standard.