Here's what you'll do at Wise
What is the role? You’ll be the Product Designer
Who does this role report to? Arjun Thyagarajan, CEO of Wise, whom you’ll learn a lot from and have fun with.
What does my day-to-day look like? Working with a world-class team from all over the world, every day you will be challenged to show your skills in improving the quality of our product design.
What do I need to excel in this role?
- Experience as a product designer
- Ability to determine what appeals to the partners and customers
- Strong understanding of how aesthetic value affects our product success
- Strong desire to innovate
- Excellent attention to detail
- Excellent verbal and written communications, including the ability to clearly and concisely articulate key ideas
- Ability to work unsupervised
- Strong work ethic
Who else will I work with? Marketing, iOS, Android, & Web Engineering, Operations, Platform, Infrastructure
Where do I need to be? Anywhere in the US where you’ll be able to collaborate with our Customer Experience Lead.
Here is why you should join Wise
What does Wise do? Wise embeds its business banking and payments product in a partner's app. The current focus is on the US SMB ecosystem, and the plan is to go global. We're building for the future.
Who is backing Wise? Wise is a venture-backed by Base10 Partners (base10.vc) with participation from Abstract Ventures, Backend Capital, along with Saurabh Gupta, Jonathan Weiner, Michael Vaughan, Lawrence Chu, and other notable investors. See the funding announcement from earlier in 2020.
How much runway do you have? Two to three years. Infinite, if you come to help us make more than we spend :)
What is your culture like? Hungry | Honest | Humble | Healthy | Happy.
Come help us cultivate a 5H culture that keeps us wise. Learn more here. We believe team members do the best work when they are 5H.
Where can I learn more about Wise? We follow open-book management. Every team member knows how much we make and how much we spend. We move fast and have fun. We don't know the meaning of getting burned out. Our blog is a good place to start. If you have any other questions, please reach out to email@example.com.