Product Designer at Ophelia
About the role
Ophelia's mission is to reinvent drug & alcohol rehab in America: to replace folklore with science, drug dealers with doctors, and stigma with privacy, convenience, and choice. We’re a diverse collective of hearts and minds - healthcare providers, scientists, technologists, and policy experts - backed by leading venture capital investors to re-imagine and re-build the addiction treatment industry.
Ophelia makes medical best practices for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) private, convenient, and accessible, using a novel telehealth platform to provide FDA-approved medications, chronic support, and therapy at low cost. We have recently raised a $15 million Series A investment (Menlo Ventures, Y Combinator, General Catalyst, and others) to expand access to treatment across America and grow our founding leadership team. Join us, save lives, and help fix healthcare for those who need it most.
We’re looking for a product designer who’s passionate about creating amazing, delightful experiences for both our patients and clinicians. You should care deeply about our users, getting them to experience core value by taking complex concepts and distilling them into simple user flows.
Our ideal Product Designer is able to source information from our data, partners, team, and users and turn that into actionable new features and products for our team to build. We’re looking for an owner in our product development lifecycle. You will be embedded directly into the heart of our product an engineering team, working across multiple products and verticals.
- Be an owner in our product development lifecycle, running research and product ideation.
- Be Data-driven. You use qualitative and quantitative data to iterate on new designs
- You can source ideas from other team members, brainstorm with other team members, and bring the best ideas to life through simple and delightful design solutions.
- You Have strong visual design skills, but can deliver quick and dirty mocks for discussion and ideation. Data visualization skills are a plus
- Capable of crafting or implementing user research studies with research goals that directly align with product strategy
- Holistic-minded, consider the entire end-to-end user journey and how their work overlaps with others
- 3+ years of experience in Product Design
- A portfolio that shows how you tackle problems, research and validate your solutions, and the impact of your work
- You’re down to get technical!: No prior engineering experience is required, but you are excited to learn about databases, developer workflows, and application development
- You’re experienced with tools such as Figma, Sketch, Invision, etc
- Experience connecting your work with other cross-product initiatives within the company to drive collaboration
Why you should join Ophelia
Ophelia is a venture-backed healthcare startup that helps people quit opioids and restore quality of life without going to rehab. We make medical best practices discreet, convenient, and affordable – offering FDA-approved medication, support, and therapy through in-person and telehealth modalities. Our mission is to re-invent the drug rehab industry using evidence-based medicine (MAT/MOUD), technology, and a commitment to patient privacy and choice.
For context: opioid overdose is the #1 cause of death for Americans under 50, but 80% of 3 million Americans with opioid use disorder (OUD) are not getting treatment. Most have jobs, families, and privacy concerns, making it easier to get withdrawal medication from a drug dealer than go to rehab. Meanwhile, 2/3rds of rehabs do not offer medication at all, leading 90% of patients to relapse in the first 3 months. As a result of inadequate access to proven treatment, an American dies of an opioid overdose every 11 minutes.
We are a team of world-renowned doctors, scientists, startup veterans, and White House advisors, backed by leading technology and healthcare investors (Y Combinator, General Catalyst) to re-imagine and re-build addiction treatment in America.
Join us, save lives, and help fix healthcare for those who need it most.