Doctolib is on a mission to transform access to healthcare and is looking for a Design System Engineer to ensure excellence use of our design system.
It’s hard to find a more diverse skill set than the one you’ll find in the Design team: User Research, Brand Design, UX Writing, Product Design and Design Operations of course.
Yet, all the team members have something in common: they care about providing the best experience to our users.
Their goal: move from a complex context to create and design the simplest solution for our users with a pixel perfect approach.
With designers across our different offices (Paris & Berlin for now) you’ll be able to learn & grow your design skills in a multicultural environment.
Become the advocate between the tech and design team in order to push best practices,
Create excellent team coordination and processes,
Build and maintain detailed documentation of our design system, working with both engineers—to understand front-end technical requirements—and designers—to understand product needs and end-user behaviors.
Your main missions will be:
1) Ensure smooth continuity of work between design and tech team
Manage the Design System components library (Storybook 80% + Figma 20%):
Backlog analysis & prioritization
Design system workshops with Design Ops
Components library ready before dev sprint
Define and apply processes in collaboration with Design Ops & Engineering Managers
Communicate within the tech team about Design System usage and updates
2) Ensure the overall quality of tech deliverables from a design perspective
Relay point for dev questions (missing component, component not yet dev, evolution on a component…)
Check the good usage of components in the tech deliverables
Sync with Design Ops to ensure design quality & consistency vs. Figma file
3) Ensure scalability of Design System usage
Continuously maintain & update components library
Full scalability of components (Desktop, Mobile...)
Design System completion with legacy shared objects, support legacy product evolution
Impact & main KPI’s you’ll be focusing on:
Reduce backlog size
Tech time earned finding/developing the front interface of our products
Ratio Design System components used in the product
You could be our next team mate if you:
Have a great understanding of processes, requirements and specific needs on both sides (tech and design).
Have a strong ability to prioritize, sharpen, iterate, and sketch to create the more adaptable components
Have great communication skills in order to share, evangelize and promote the Design System as a cornerstone and a link between tech and design
Animate workshops with the different stakeholders
Are a master of Git, Storybook and our visual regression testing tool. Figma and Zeroheight are also part of your toolkit
Now, it would be fantastic if you could also:
Be proficient in English and hopefully German although not essential
Have experienced working in data and tech complex environment for 5 years
45 minutes call with our Talent Acquisition team
1h interview with the Design team to deep dive in the role and scope.
Prepare your case study & present it to the Design team
Kata exercice with our Engineering team
30 minutes final Interview with our CPO
DoctoCampus in Levallois-Perret
Founded in 2013, Doctolib is the fastest growing e-health service in Europe.
We provide healthcare professionals with services to improve the efficiency of their organization, transform their patients' experience, and strengthen cooperation with other practitioners. We help patients to access care easily, with online appointment scheduling, teleconsultations and receiving their prescriptions online.
Doctolib is also a group of passionate entrepreneurs who are transforming the healthcare industry and share the SCALES values.
At Doctolib, we don’t just accept diversity, we respect and celebrate it! We’re proudly committed to equal employment opportunities regardless of your gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, disability or place of origin. We take care of each other and are grateful for each Doctoliber’s contribution to our mission!