What’s it like to work at iZotope?
We’re the leaders in intelligent audio production and you’ll see that all iZotopians have a passion for what we do. Our company, our market and our customers are growing fast. This means all iZotope employees are engaged in interesting and challenging work. We have the opportunity to try new and different things and lots of room for career enrichment. We work with exceptional colleagues and foster an environment that empowers those closest to the work to make decisions and provide each other the support to move quickly and learn as we go. iZotope combines the excitement and pace of a startup with the stability and work/life balance of a market leader. Plus, it’s really cool to work for a company in the music and film industry!
Q1 - What is the job title for this role?
Q2 - Why is this role important to the organization?
To help us stay deeply and objectively connected to our music production customers, and help deliver efficient and delightful user experiences to them.
Q3 - What are the primary activities that this person will do on a frequent basis?
Product and customer research, wireframing, user testing
Q4 - How seasoned does this person need to be?
2+ years of experience
Q5 - What other experience/skills would be helpful in this role?
Assisting with marketing activities, documentation, asset delivery, tradeshow visits
Q6 - Does this role have any educational or professional certification requirements?
Yes, in order to know they'll ramp up quickly we'd love to see a certificate from General Assembly, Interaction Design Foundation, or IDEO.
Q7 - Does this person manage or lead anyone?
Q8 - What does success look like for this role?
The organization understands why this individual is here and appreciates their contributions regularly.
Q9 - What is the job title for the manager of this role?
Manager, Suite Product Design
Q10 - What location(s) are we open to hiring this role in?
Los Angeles, CA
iZotope is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer and will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, veteran or disability status, or any other category protected by law.