Pacific Life is investing in bright, agile, and diverse talent to contribute to our mission of innovating our business and creating a superior customer experience. We’re actively seeking a talented Senior UX Designer to join our innovation team, Hatch Labs, in Newport Beach, CA. This role can be on-site or 100% remote.Hatch Labs, our innovation arm of Pacific Life, supports innovation across the organization by leading projects, guiding work, and empowering employees. Using our innovation mindsets and methodologies, we are uniquely qualified to help Pacific Life anticipate, adapt to, and respond to change. We play an integral role in driving successful outcomes.As a Senior UX Designer, you’ll play a key role in Pacific Life’s growth and long-term success by providing strategic and visual design direction for projects and initiatives. Additionally, you will be a mentor to junior designers on the team and help drive consistency and elevate our overall user experience. Your colleagues will include other UX designers, and you will interact with engineering, business analysts, and other stakeholders to deliver value across the organization.The ideal candidate should be knowledgeable with human-centered design with experience leading and conducting user interviews. You should also have an eye for clean and artful design, possess superior UX skills, and be able to create amazing experiences. You have at least 5+ years of UX design work and you can translate high-level requirements into interaction flows and artifacts, and transform them into beautiful, intuitive, and functional user interfaces. You should be passionate about design, possess an overwhelming optimism to solve problems, and a willingness to test, learn, and iterate. As experienced as you are in design, you must also possess the ability to artfully push our culture.
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