Service Designer – National Charity – Flexible Working
We are recruiting for a Service Designer to assist in designing the end-to-end journeys users experience when utilising services. This role is with a National and well-known Charity. This is a mid-weight role within the organisation and they would consider applications from experienced Service Designers and those that are looking to step up into a full design role having worked on design teams previously.
Location and Flexibility
The role will be based at either Head Office in Barkingside, Essex or their London Offices in Euston. They also have a fantastic flexible working culture. Many of the current teams work partly remotely or flexibly between offices.
They also welcome applications from candidates looking to work flexibly from one of their other National offices; Crawley, Cardiff, Birmingham, Liverpool, Leeds, Edinburgh or Belfast as long as candidates are happy to travel into London and to some other offices regularly.
If you wish to work in this way please detail the offices you would prefer to be based from in your application.
This is a great opportunity to pave the way in this Charities Digital Transformation. Your will design the end-to-end journey of a Service. This can be for internal or external users across a range of different functions. You will report into the Head of Service Design and be responsible for a number of different services at any one time. There will also be a focus around Governance and Prioritisation. Therefore any experience of designing streamlined services and procedures around these two issues would be beneficial.
This role will suit an experienced designer who is able to develop designs for services based on user needs and functionality. It would also suit an individual that has experience working within Service design Teams and is looking to step up.
The role currently sits alongside the Product Development Team and is a mixture of Contract and Permanent staff. Therefore, candidates with experience in working within teams undergoing change is a real bonus.
Lead teams of service designers, and work on complex or systemic projects yourself.
Analyse failure within services and identify root causes for that failure.
Identify opportunities for cost reduction and improvement within an existing service.
Understand the existing supporting system of a service and design targeted improvements to to that system to accommodate the new service – both digital and process based.
This particular Charity work to support vulnerable Children and this role will play a key part in designing services that allow as many Children to be helped and efficiently and professionally as possible. It really is in an amazing opportunity to work with an outstanding Charity that fully support their employees. They are strong advocates of flexible working, work life balance and mental health.