This role invites you onboard in Digital, Data & IT in Novo Nordisk (DD&IT), where we are driving the digital transformation of Novo Nordisk – bringing innovative digital solutions to both patients and colleagues. But no digital solution will arise without proper problem investigation, be innovative without creative thinking, nor succeed without putting the end-users and their needs first.
As a UX (User Experience) and UI (User Interface) designer in DD&IT, you will advocate for the end-user from early research to implementation. Driving the design process with a design thinking mindset combines user and business needs to solve complex challenges. You will shape and design visual interfaces to support seamless and pleasant user experiences.
As a UX/UI Designer, you will most likely be part of a scrum team with developers, business analysts, a product owner and a scrum master – collaborating closely with the business in an agile setup. The needs of the business are many, and they vary a lot. For example, you will either be working on designing great external user experiences for Novo Nordisk patients worldwide, or be designing internal digital solutions to innovate and improve the workday of our many colleagues in Novo Nordisk.
We are looking for UX/UI Designers to be on the front-line, gaining knowledge about the user's needs and helping to translate this into pleasant digital products solving complex business challenges.
We’re typically looking for candidates holding a bachelor's or master's degree in Business IT, Digital Design or a related discipline. On top of that, we look for candidates with years of practical UI/UX experience supporting end users. Experience with facilitation and relevant design and prototyping tools (Figma, Adobe CC, Tableau, PowerBI, MS Power Platform or similar) is a common requirement. In addition, bringing some agile experience is a plus – but the amount of education and experience required varies depending on the job level.
On a personal level, we acknowledge candidates that are strong communicators and who can frame strong rationales for design decisions in the business, technical and user contexts that persuade peers and executives. Finally, we look for candidates that are able to build good relations with colleagues and stakeholders in the organisation. Hence, fluency in written and spoken English is essential.