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Product Designer (UI/UX)


About Soroco

Soroco is an early-stage, fast-growing intelligent automation company that is disrupting how work gets done across the enterprise. Every day, we challenge ourselves to recreate manual work in large organizations using advanced computer science techniques. In doing so, we hope to refocus human attention on more abstract problem solving while automating away routine, repetitive tasks. Till date, we have developed two key platforms – Scout and Prospero – that allow us to use NLP, ML, and computer vision to reproduce a human’s ability to (a) identify automatable activities, and (b) automate them at scale.  Though early in our journey, we are confident that we have the right technical instincts to become the leader in advanced automation, and we are always looking for other talented professionals to join us!

About the role

The Product Designer (UI/UX) is responsible for the product experience of Scout, leveraging Soroco UX design standards and industry best practices. S/he will work with cross-functional teams in Boston and Bangalore to define the strategy and roadmap for Scout’s UX; sequence and manage development; and enable sales and high engagement of the product though stunning and intuitive visuals and collateral. The Product Designer reports to the Group Product Manager for Scout, and specific responsibilities include:

  • Leading the ideation of highly intuitive user interfaces by:
    • Communicating with clients and leveraging best design practices to create detailed, annotated wireframes that reflect user interaction points
    • Gathering client and internal feedback on wireframes and mockups to improve design
    • Producing prototypes using tools (such as Sketch or Invision) before locking in final design specifications
    • Defining success criteria for the product (e.g. usage target, satisfaction points) and working with finance on budget estimates and revenue goals
  • Driving the development of elegant, market-ready products by:
    • Translating final design requirements into user stories and effort estimates for subsequent build activities
    • Defining the definition of “done” for a given user story and any related build metrics
    • Leading sprint planning to ensure appropriate sequencing of user stories to drive impact quickly
    • Joining daily scrum meetings to address any queries from developers and to ensure on-time and on-budget delivery of each release
  • Launching product releases and enabling sales and usage by:
    • Working with product marketing to highlight critical features, and signing off on the accuracy and positioning of sales collateral
    • Joining early client calls to ensure sales team is fully equipped to describe the product
    • Monitoring success and usage criteria, and developing new user stories to drive product improvement

The Product Manager will have a background that resembles the following:

  • 3-5 years of product design experience, with an excellent track record in delivering on time and on budget
  • Excellent “product thinker” skills with an appreciation for the “customer backwards” approach and the use of data to drive decisions
  • Outstanding visual sense and instincts for user behavior
  • Strong ability to delegate, prioritize, and manage a considerable workload, all while gaining respect and buy-in from cross-functional teams
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, and a highly professional presence and phone manner with clients
  • Scrum certification a major plus
  • BS/BA degree (or equivalent)


Based across US, UK, and India, our team includes several PhDs and graduates from top-notch universities such as MIT, Harvard, Carnegie Mellon, Dartmouth, and top rankers/medalists from the IITs and NITs. The senior leadership includes a former founder of a VC/hedge fund, a computer scientist from Harvard, and a former founder of a successful digital media firm. Now, it’s time to make you a part of Team Soroco!

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