UX Designer - GoHealth
GoHealth builds industry-leading technology products that help millions of Americans find the insurance coverage that they need. As part of the UX team here at GoHealth, you will be directly involved in making an impact on those millions of end users. The UX Designer position will assist in the development of information and UX architecture for all of the GoHealth product offerings. You will be conducting user research, creating user personas / scenarios, wireframes, functional prototypes with annotations, and translating wireframes into visual design concepts that will be brought to life.
The User Experience Designer will have a chance to significantly influence the final product by working in close collaboration with a member of the UX, product and development teams, throughout the different design phases. Presenting ideas, gathering feedback and iterating towards product solutions that will help make the insurance purchase process better and easier for our users. You should have an understanding of best design practices on both Desktop and Mobile and an ability to clearly communicate them during product reviews and feedback sessions. You will be involved in all the phases of the design thinking process and will play a key role in determining how, why and for who a product is built. This role will report into the product organization and report directly to the Director of User Experience.
Frequently cited statistics show that women and underrepresented groups apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. GoHealth encourages you to break that statistic and to apply. No one ever meets 100% of the qualifications. We look forward to your application.
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Due to the unprecedented situation of COVID-19, GoHealth has decided to protect our current and future employees by managing our business remotely. This is inclusive of interviewing, onboarding and each role day-to-day. Please consider that our roles will not be remote long-term and will return to an office setting once we're safe to do so following the guidance of local health authorities' and the CDC.