At TransferWise, we’ve got a clear mission — money without borders. Built by and for people who live global lives. We’re at a genuinely exciting time when building a deep understanding of customers’ needs and behaviours have never been more important in achieving that mission.
That’s why we’re looking for a Head of Design Research to help take our discovery and evaluative research to the next level.
What you’ll be doing
You’ll be building our research function across TransferWise — hiring, supporting and developing researchers and architecting how they operate in and across our product teams.
You’ll also be a part of the Design leadership team, collaborating on cross-team projects, shaping our tooling and practices, and helping to make Design at TransferWise more impactful.
The experience you’ll need
We believe that diverse teams build better products, so we’d love to hear from you if you’re from an under-represented group.
Want to learn more?
See what the design team has been up to
And what the rest of the company is up to
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