Are you interested in building a design system, which will span across multiple brands and types of solutions within the domain of hearing care and audiology? Are you driven by creating amazing experiences, maintaining visual consistency on a system level with high attention to detail? Do you thrive working agile and collaborating with colleagues of various backgrounds? Then it might be you that we are looking for as our new UI/Digital Graphics design Student Assistant!
Formed in 2019, through the merger of Sivantos and Widex, WS Audiology combines over 140 years’ experience in pioneering the use of technology to help people with hearing loss hear the sounds that make life wonderful. We are active in over 125 markets and employ 11,000 people worldwide. Our broad portfolio of hearing related products and services generates annual revenues of around EUR 1.7 billion.
As a UI/Digital Graphics Design Student Assistant in WS Audiology, you will be a member of our Research and Development department. You will be a part of our UX Design System team that focuses on maintaining consistency and delivering value to various solutions across the company, such as
· Our audiological tool to fit hearing aids
· Commercial websites
· Apps to support hearing aid wearers
You will interface with colleagues across multiple disciplines such as UX Designers, Audiologists, Software Developers and Software Testers.
Your primary tasks include:
· Building symbols in Sketch and Adobe Illustrator
· Writing design system documentation
· Sparring with the design system team to align on design decisions
· Gather feedback from the products who are the customers of the design system deliverables
· Provide support for design system team on various smaller tasks
Therefore, it is important that you have experience with Sketch and Adobe Illustrator and feel at home in designing and building symbols and icons. Furthermore, you need the ability to communicate concepts confidently in a clear and easy to understand written English.
The corporate language is English, so you need to be fluent in English, both verbally and in writing.
Location and background
You will have to work at our headquarter in Lynge, which is accessible by public transport. The workload will be approximately 15 hours/week spread over two days. We are very flexible during exam periods. We would like you to be studying a relevant digital design education at DMJX, KEA, ITU or similar, and would like you to be on your 4.-5. semester on your bachelor or 1.-2. semester on your master.
Join WS Audiology to make wonderful sound for all
The position is now open, and we are conducting recruitment interviews on an ongoing basis. If you have any questions, you are more than welcome to contact Jeppe Nielsen at firstname.lastname@example.org.