What we’ll call you:
Naked Wines connects everyday wine drinkers with the world's best independent winemakers.
Why? Because we think it's a better deal for everyone. Talented winemakers get the support, funding, and freedom they need to make the best wine they've ever made. The wine drinkers who support them get much better wine at much better prices than traditional retail.
Our mission is to change the way the whole wine industry works for the better. Better for customers, better for winemakers, and better for our people. And it’s working. Revenues have tripled in the last 5 years and were up 75% last year alone. We are the largest direct-to-consumer online wine business in the USA.
We’re now at an inflection point in the company’s history. From startup to scale up. From challenger to market leader. From UK-centric business to market leadership in the huge and fast-growing US market.
It’s a great time to join a company poised to fulfill its potential.
You’ll join our Product Management function at the center of our growth strategy. Our mission is to accelerate growth globally by improving the core customer experience, allowing us to attract, acquire and retain passionate wine drinkers better than we ever have done before. Whether it’s our customer onboarding experience, our core e-commerce shopping experience, or our community, we see an opportunity to invest in improving the customer proposition and build a better business as well as a bigger one, which is why we’re investing significantly in product & technology squads to do just that.
Our product & technology squads are based across Denver (US), London (UK), and Norwich (UK)
- Create wire frames, and prototypes at varying levels of fidelity to help shape ideas
- Work closely with Product Managers and the cross-functional product teams to understand customer and business needs and design effective solutions for them through a design thinking approach
- Undertaking user research, user testing, and requirements gathering
- Work with and help develop the UI library and Naked design system
- Identify and present opportunities to create business value and improve the experience for customers
- Help promote user-centered design principles and best practices across the business
Compensation and Benefits:
- Minimum 4 years of commercial experience as a UX or product designer with a strong portfolio including visual design.
- Ability to apply relevant UX practices to research, brainstorm, and ideate solutions to product problems. Experience in leading or participating in usability testing, and user interviews is desirable.
- Expert in design tool of choice - Figma (preferred), Sketch, or Adobe XD
- Strong understanding of user-centered design and testing methodologies
- Solid understanding of industry-standard design principles and approaches such as Google Material, iOS Human Centred Design Guidelines, etc.
- $100,000 DOE
- Annual Discretionary Bonus
- Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance - 90% employee coverage, 60% dependent coverage. Eligible Day 1.
- Holiday allowance - 34 days of paid time off, including 20 days of accrued paid time off (PTO) and 12 paid company holidays. Paid time off also includes your Birthday, plus one additional day for Volunteer Efforts.
- Retirement plan - 4% employer match. Eligible Day 1.
- Wine allowance - $40 a month towards your Nakedwines.com account
- Gym contribution - Up to $25 a month towards a gym membership
- Personal Pathways - the Company will pay up to $500 annually towards training on any topic and may be personally interested in pursuing (doesn't have to be work-related)
- Company Share Plan
If you fit the bill, then we want to hear from you - submit your online application today!
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Our employment practices are in accord with the laws which prohibit discrimination due to race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, citizenship status, marital status or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.