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      • Toronto, Ontario
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      • $34.00 - $69.35 per hour
      What will the designer be working on? This person will typically support two squads —working mostly with Product owners, other designers, Business Analyst and Developers—on tools to support our acquisition and engagement strategies, as well as some of the common components that enable those strategies.What are the main responsibilities of the role?This person is responsible for the Visual Design of the work across the two squads. But, as a member of the Design team, she/he/they are also a key contributor to the conceptual and strategic work of those squads.At the abstract level, the ideal candidate will help to define the value we want our clients to recognize in their relationships with RBC and to map out the pieces of the experiences that support that promise. At an executional level, this person will use the specific skills of the craft to bring meaning and understanding to the digital experiences we create, establishing visual hierarchies of importance in order that our clients can engage more easily and in more meaningful ways with our digital products. Besides tactical activities, this person will participate in ideation and other collaborative activities, contributing her/his/their expertise to help broaden the group’s perspective on the work at hand.What capabilities makes the designer you’re replacing (or current designers on your team) successful?•the ability to create a story out the features, functionality and experiences we offer our clients, to recognize opportunities to connect those pieces into •the ability to use visual design strategies to help our clients understand the screens we present and to act on them•the ability to work with ambiguity and shifting priorities •the ability both to build bridges across the different functions and roles of the team, to help to manage our peers, partners and stakeholders and to make them feel a part of our work•the ability to remind the team of the objectives we’re trying to achieve and to help everyone to focus on themWhat does the future state of success look like for the new designer?This person will have earned the confidence of her/his/their) Product Owner, Tech Lead and Design peers.This person will have helped them to organize around a common understanding of their goals and how to reach them. And this person will have found a cadence and rhythm for managing the work across two squadsWhat are the must have skills (4-5 max)?•UI design•abstract thinking•a methodical approach to problem identification and solution•collaboration & stakeholder management What are the nice to have skills (3-4 max)?•experience using Figma•experience working with design systems and standardized libraries of assets•experience using journey maps and story boards as a design tool for telling the story of the experience we hope to create•design research •facilitationTell us about your team experience level (0-2 years, 4-7 years, 7-10 years, 10+ years)IxD: 3 (10+ yrs), 2 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)VisD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)CD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)DR: 1 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)What skills would you like to build within your team?•storytelling•facilitation•stakeholder management•collaborationAs a baseline, we expect team members to have:•high-level craft-specific & executional abilities•some experience with facilitationcapabilities in abstract thinking and ideationWhat skill level are you looking for in a candidate? Expert – would consider very strong Advance Languages:Please describe the level of proficiency required for each language (i.e. written, verbal, etc.) Must be proficient in English for both written and verbal communication *For Design Research only: What type of research engagement model do you have?Click here to enter text.AdvantagesWhat will the designer be working on? This person will typically support two squads —working mostly with Product owners, other designers, Business Analyst and Developers—on tools to support our acquisition and engagement strategies, as well as some of the common components that enable those strategies.What are the main responsibilities of the role?This person is responsible for the Visual Design of the work across the two squads. But, as a member of the Design team, she/he/they are also a key contributor to the conceptual and strategic work of those squads.At the abstract level, the ideal candidate will help to define the value we want our clients to recognize in their relationships with RBC and to map out the pieces of the experiences that support that promise. At an executional level, this person will use the specific skills of the craft to bring meaning and understanding to the digital experiences we create, establishing visual hierarchies of importance in order that our clients can engage more easily and in more meaningful ways with our digital products. Besides tactical activities, this person will participate in ideation and other collaborative activities, contributing her/his/their expertise to help broaden the group’s perspective on the work at hand.What capabilities makes the designer you’re replacing (or current designers on your team) successful?•the ability to create a story out the features, functionality and experiences we offer our clients, to recognize opportunities to connect those pieces into •the ability to use visual design strategies to help our clients understand the screens we present and to act on them•the ability to work with ambiguity and shifting priorities •the ability both to build bridges across the different functions and roles of the team, to help to manage our peers, partners and stakeholders and to make them feel a part of our work•the ability to remind the team of the objectives we’re trying to achieve and to help everyone to focus on themWhat does the future state of success look like for the new designer?This person will have earned the confidence of her/his/their) Product Owner, Tech Lead and Design peers.This person will have helped them to organize around a common understanding of their goals and how to reach them. And this person will have found a cadence and rhythm for managing the work across two squadsWhat are the must have skills (4-5 max)?•UI design•abstract thinking•a methodical approach to problem identification and solution•collaboration & stakeholder management What are the nice to have skills (3-4 max)?•experience using Figma•experience working with design systems and standardized libraries of assets•experience using journey maps and story boards as a design tool for telling the story of the experience we hope to create•design research •facilitationTell us about your team experience level (0-2 years, 4-7 years, 7-10 years, 10+ years)IxD: 3 (10+ yrs), 2 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)VisD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)CD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)DR: 1 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)What skills would you like to build within your team?•storytelling•facilitation•stakeholder management•collaborationAs a baseline, we expect team members to have:•high-level craft-specific & executional abilities•some experience with facilitationcapabilities in abstract thinking and ideationWhat skill level are you looking for in a candidate? Expert – would consider very strong Advance Languages:Please describe the level of proficiency required for each language (i.e. written, verbal, etc.) Must be proficient in English for both written and verbal communication *For Design Research only: What type of research engagement model do you have?Click here to enter text.ResponsibilitiesWhat will the designer be working on? This person will typically support two squads —working mostly with Product owners, other designers, Business Analyst and Developers—on tools to support our acquisition and engagement strategies, as well as some of the common components that enable those strategies.What are the main responsibilities of the role?This person is responsible for the Visual Design of the work across the two squads. But, as a member of the Design team, she/he/they are also a key contributor to the conceptual and strategic work of those squads.At the abstract level, the ideal candidate will help to define the value we want our clients to recognize in their relationships with RBC and to map out the pieces of the experiences that support that promise. At an executional level, this person will use the specific skills of the craft to bring meaning and understanding to the digital experiences we create, establishing visual hierarchies of importance in order that our clients can engage more easily and in more meaningful ways with our digital products. Besides tactical activities, this person will participate in ideation and other collaborative activities, contributing her/his/their expertise to help broaden the group’s perspective on the work at hand.What capabilities makes the designer you’re replacing (or current designers on your team) successful?•the ability to create a story out the features, functionality and experiences we offer our clients, to recognize opportunities to connect those pieces into •the ability to use visual design strategies to help our clients understand the screens we present and to act on them•the ability to work with ambiguity and shifting priorities •the ability both to build bridges across the different functions and roles of the team, to help to manage our peers, partners and stakeholders and to make them feel a part of our work•the ability to remind the team of the objectives we’re trying to achieve and to help everyone to focus on themWhat does the future state of success look like for the new designer?This person will have earned the confidence of her/his/their) Product Owner, Tech Lead and Design peers.This person will have helped them to organize around a common understanding of their goals and how to reach them. And this person will have found a cadence and rhythm for managing the work across two squadsWhat are the must have skills (4-5 max)?•UI design•abstract thinking•a methodical approach to problem identification and solution•collaboration & stakeholder management What are the nice to have skills (3-4 max)?•experience using Figma•experience working with design systems and standardized libraries of assets•experience using journey maps and story boards as a design tool for telling the story of the experience we hope to create•design research •facilitationTell us about your team experience level (0-2 years, 4-7 years, 7-10 years, 10+ years)IxD: 3 (10+ yrs), 2 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)VisD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)CD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)DR: 1 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)What skills would you like to build within your team?•storytelling•facilitation•stakeholder management•collaborationAs a baseline, we expect team members to have:•high-level craft-specific & executional abilities•some experience with facilitationcapabilities in abstract thinking and ideationWhat skill level are you looking for in a candidate? Expert – would consider very strong Advance Languages:Please describe the level of proficiency required for each language (i.e. written, verbal, etc.) Must be proficient in English for both written and verbal communication *For Design Research only: What type of research engagement model do you have?Click here to enter text.QualificationsWhat will the designer be working on? This person will typically support two squads —working mostly with Product owners, other designers, Business Analyst and Developers—on tools to support our acquisition and engagement strategies, as well as some of the common components that enable those strategies.What are the main responsibilities of the role?This person is responsible for the Visual Design of the work across the two squads. But, as a member of the Design team, she/he/they are also a key contributor to the conceptual and strategic work of those squads.At the abstract level, the ideal candidate will help to define the value we want our clients to recognize in their relationships with RBC and to map out the pieces of the experiences that support that promise. At an executional level, this person will use the specific skills of the craft to bring meaning and understanding to the digital experiences we create, establishing visual hierarchies of importance in order that our clients can engage more easily and in more meaningful ways with our digital products. Besides tactical activities, this person will participate in ideation and other collaborative activities, contributing her/his/their expertise to help broaden the group’s perspective on the work at hand.What capabilities makes the designer you’re replacing (or current designers on your team) successful?•the ability to create a story out the features, functionality and experiences we offer our clients, to recognize opportunities to connect those pieces into •the ability to use visual design strategies to help our clients understand the screens we present and to act on them•the ability to work with ambiguity and shifting priorities •the ability both to build bridges across the different functions and roles of the team, to help to manage our peers, partners and stakeholders and to make them feel a part of our work•the ability to remind the team of the objectives we’re trying to achieve and to help everyone to focus on themWhat does the future state of success look like for the new designer?This person will have earned the confidence of her/his/their) Product Owner, Tech Lead and Design peers.This person will have helped them to organize around a common understanding of their goals and how to reach them. And this person will have found a cadence and rhythm for managing the work across two squadsWhat are the must have skills (4-5 max)?•UI design•abstract thinking•a methodical approach to problem identification and solution•collaboration & stakeholder management What are the nice to have skills (3-4 max)?•experience using Figma•experience working with design systems and standardized libraries of assets•experience using journey maps and story boards as a design tool for telling the story of the experience we hope to create•design research •facilitationTell us about your team experience level (0-2 years, 4-7 years, 7-10 years, 10+ years)IxD: 3 (10+ yrs), 2 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)VisD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)CD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)DR: 1 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)What skills would you like to build within your team?•storytelling•facilitation•stakeholder management•collaborationAs a baseline, we expect team members to have:•high-level craft-specific & executional abilities•some experience with facilitationcapabilities in abstract thinking and ideationWhat skill level are you looking for in a candidate? Expert – would consider very strong Advance Languages:Please describe the level of proficiency required for each language (i.e. written, verbal, etc.) Must be proficient in English for both written and verbal communication *For Design Research only: What type of research engagement model do you have?Click here to enter text.SummaryWhat will the designer be working on? This person will typically support two squads —working mostly with Product owners, other designers, Business Analyst and Developers—on tools to support our acquisition and engagement strategies, as well as some of the common components that enable those strategies.What are the main responsibilities of the role?This person is responsible for the Visual Design of the work across the two squads. But, as a member of the Design team, she/he/they are also a key contributor to the conceptual and strategic work of those squads.At the abstract level, the ideal candidate will help to define the value we want our clients to recognize in their relationships with RBC and to map out the pieces of the experiences that support that promise. At an executional level, this person will use the specific skills of the craft to bring meaning and understanding to the digital experiences we create, establishing visual hierarchies of importance in order that our clients can engage more easily and in more meaningful ways with our digital products. Besides tactical activities, this person will participate in ideation and other collaborative activities, contributing her/his/their expertise to help broaden the group’s perspective on the work at hand.What capabilities makes the designer you’re replacing (or current designers on your team) successful?•the ability to create a story out the features, functionality and experiences we offer our clients, to recognize opportunities to connect those pieces into •the ability to use visual design strategies to help our clients understand the screens we present and to act on them•the ability to work with ambiguity and shifting priorities •the ability both to build bridges across the different functions and roles of the team, to help to manage our peers, partners and stakeholders and to make them feel a part of our work•the ability to remind the team of the objectives we’re trying to achieve and to help everyone to focus on themWhat does the future state of success look like for the new designer?This person will have earned the confidence of her/his/their) Product Owner, Tech Lead and Design peers.This person will have helped them to organize around a common understanding of their goals and how to reach them. And this person will have found a cadence and rhythm for managing the work across two squadsWhat are the must have skills (4-5 max)?•UI design•abstract thinking•a methodical approach to problem identification and solution•collaboration & stakeholder management What are the nice to have skills (3-4 max)?•experience using Figma•experience working with design systems and standardized libraries of assets•experience using journey maps and story boards as a design tool for telling the story of the experience we hope to create•design research •facilitationTell us about your team experience level (0-2 years, 4-7 years, 7-10 years, 10+ years)IxD: 3 (10+ yrs), 2 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)VisD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)CD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)DR: 1 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)What skills would you like to build within your team?•storytelling•facilitation•stakeholder management•collaborationAs a baseline, we expect team members to have:•high-level craft-specific & executional abilities•some experience with facilitationcapabilities in abstract thinking and ideationWhat skill level are you looking for in a candidate? Expert – would consider very strong Advance Languages:Please describe the level of proficiency required for each language (i.e. written, verbal, etc.) Must be proficient in English for both written and verbal communication *For Design Research only: What type of research engagement model do you have?Click here to enter text.
      What will the designer be working on? This person will typically support two squads —working mostly with Product owners, other designers, Business Analyst and Developers—on tools to support our acquisition and engagement strategies, as well as some of the common components that enable those strategies.What are the main responsibilities of the role?This person is responsible for the Visual Design of the work across the two squads. But, as a member of the Design team, she/he/they are also a key contributor to the conceptual and strategic work of those squads.At the abstract level, the ideal candidate will help to define the value we want our clients to recognize in their relationships with RBC and to map out the pieces of the experiences that support that promise. At an executional level, this person will use the specific skills of the craft to bring meaning and understanding to the digital experiences we create, establishing visual hierarchies of importance in order that our clients can engage more easily and in more meaningful ways with our digital products. Besides tactical activities, this person will participate in ideation and other collaborative activities, contributing her/his/their expertise to help broaden the group’s perspective on the work at hand.What capabilities makes the designer you’re replacing (or current designers on your team) successful?•the ability to create a story out the features, functionality and experiences we offer our clients, to recognize opportunities to connect those pieces into •the ability to use visual design strategies to help our clients understand the screens we present and to act on them•the ability to work with ambiguity and shifting priorities •the ability both to build bridges across the different functions and roles of the team, to help to manage our peers, partners and stakeholders and to make them feel a part of our work•the ability to remind the team of the objectives we’re trying to achieve and to help everyone to focus on themWhat does the future state of success look like for the new designer?This person will have earned the confidence of her/his/their) Product Owner, Tech Lead and Design peers.This person will have helped them to organize around a common understanding of their goals and how to reach them. And this person will have found a cadence and rhythm for managing the work across two squadsWhat are the must have skills (4-5 max)?•UI design•abstract thinking•a methodical approach to problem identification and solution•collaboration & stakeholder management What are the nice to have skills (3-4 max)?•experience using Figma•experience working with design systems and standardized libraries of assets•experience using journey maps and story boards as a design tool for telling the story of the experience we hope to create•design research •facilitationTell us about your team experience level (0-2 years, 4-7 years, 7-10 years, 10+ years)IxD: 3 (10+ yrs), 2 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)VisD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)CD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)DR: 1 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)What skills would you like to build within your team?•storytelling•facilitation•stakeholder management•collaborationAs a baseline, we expect team members to have:•high-level craft-specific & executional abilities•some experience with facilitationcapabilities in abstract thinking and ideationWhat skill level are you looking for in a candidate? Expert – would consider very strong Advance Languages:Please describe the level of proficiency required for each language (i.e. written, verbal, etc.) Must be proficient in English for both written and verbal communication *For Design Research only: What type of research engagement model do you have?Click here to enter text.AdvantagesWhat will the designer be working on? This person will typically support two squads —working mostly with Product owners, other designers, Business Analyst and Developers—on tools to support our acquisition and engagement strategies, as well as some of the common components that enable those strategies.What are the main responsibilities of the role?This person is responsible for the Visual Design of the work across the two squads. But, as a member of the Design team, she/he/they are also a key contributor to the conceptual and strategic work of those squads.At the abstract level, the ideal candidate will help to define the value we want our clients to recognize in their relationships with RBC and to map out the pieces of the experiences that support that promise. At an executional level, this person will use the specific skills of the craft to bring meaning and understanding to the digital experiences we create, establishing visual hierarchies of importance in order that our clients can engage more easily and in more meaningful ways with our digital products. Besides tactical activities, this person will participate in ideation and other collaborative activities, contributing her/his/their expertise to help broaden the group’s perspective on the work at hand.What capabilities makes the designer you’re replacing (or current designers on your team) successful?•the ability to create a story out the features, functionality and experiences we offer our clients, to recognize opportunities to connect those pieces into •the ability to use visual design strategies to help our clients understand the screens we present and to act on them•the ability to work with ambiguity and shifting priorities •the ability both to build bridges across the different functions and roles of the team, to help to manage our peers, partners and stakeholders and to make them feel a part of our work•the ability to remind the team of the objectives we’re trying to achieve and to help everyone to focus on themWhat does the future state of success look like for the new designer?This person will have earned the confidence of her/his/their) Product Owner, Tech Lead and Design peers.This person will have helped them to organize around a common understanding of their goals and how to reach them. And this person will have found a cadence and rhythm for managing the work across two squadsWhat are the must have skills (4-5 max)?•UI design•abstract thinking•a methodical approach to problem identification and solution•collaboration & stakeholder management What are the nice to have skills (3-4 max)?•experience using Figma•experience working with design systems and standardized libraries of assets•experience using journey maps and story boards as a design tool for telling the story of the experience we hope to create•design research •facilitationTell us about your team experience level (0-2 years, 4-7 years, 7-10 years, 10+ years)IxD: 3 (10+ yrs), 2 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)VisD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)CD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)DR: 1 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)What skills would you like to build within your team?•storytelling•facilitation•stakeholder management•collaborationAs a baseline, we expect team members to have:•high-level craft-specific & executional abilities•some experience with facilitationcapabilities in abstract thinking and ideationWhat skill level are you looking for in a candidate? Expert – would consider very strong Advance Languages:Please describe the level of proficiency required for each language (i.e. written, verbal, etc.) Must be proficient in English for both written and verbal communication *For Design Research only: What type of research engagement model do you have?Click here to enter text.ResponsibilitiesWhat will the designer be working on? This person will typically support two squads —working mostly with Product owners, other designers, Business Analyst and Developers—on tools to support our acquisition and engagement strategies, as well as some of the common components that enable those strategies.What are the main responsibilities of the role?This person is responsible for the Visual Design of the work across the two squads. But, as a member of the Design team, she/he/they are also a key contributor to the conceptual and strategic work of those squads.At the abstract level, the ideal candidate will help to define the value we want our clients to recognize in their relationships with RBC and to map out the pieces of the experiences that support that promise. At an executional level, this person will use the specific skills of the craft to bring meaning and understanding to the digital experiences we create, establishing visual hierarchies of importance in order that our clients can engage more easily and in more meaningful ways with our digital products. Besides tactical activities, this person will participate in ideation and other collaborative activities, contributing her/his/their expertise to help broaden the group’s perspective on the work at hand.What capabilities makes the designer you’re replacing (or current designers on your team) successful?•the ability to create a story out the features, functionality and experiences we offer our clients, to recognize opportunities to connect those pieces into •the ability to use visual design strategies to help our clients understand the screens we present and to act on them•the ability to work with ambiguity and shifting priorities •the ability both to build bridges across the different functions and roles of the team, to help to manage our peers, partners and stakeholders and to make them feel a part of our work•the ability to remind the team of the objectives we’re trying to achieve and to help everyone to focus on themWhat does the future state of success look like for the new designer?This person will have earned the confidence of her/his/their) Product Owner, Tech Lead and Design peers.This person will have helped them to organize around a common understanding of their goals and how to reach them. And this person will have found a cadence and rhythm for managing the work across two squadsWhat are the must have skills (4-5 max)?•UI design•abstract thinking•a methodical approach to problem identification and solution•collaboration & stakeholder management What are the nice to have skills (3-4 max)?•experience using Figma•experience working with design systems and standardized libraries of assets•experience using journey maps and story boards as a design tool for telling the story of the experience we hope to create•design research •facilitationTell us about your team experience level (0-2 years, 4-7 years, 7-10 years, 10+ years)IxD: 3 (10+ yrs), 2 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)VisD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)CD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)DR: 1 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)What skills would you like to build within your team?•storytelling•facilitation•stakeholder management•collaborationAs a baseline, we expect team members to have:•high-level craft-specific & executional abilities•some experience with facilitationcapabilities in abstract thinking and ideationWhat skill level are you looking for in a candidate? Expert – would consider very strong Advance Languages:Please describe the level of proficiency required for each language (i.e. written, verbal, etc.) Must be proficient in English for both written and verbal communication *For Design Research only: What type of research engagement model do you have?Click here to enter text.QualificationsWhat will the designer be working on? This person will typically support two squads —working mostly with Product owners, other designers, Business Analyst and Developers—on tools to support our acquisition and engagement strategies, as well as some of the common components that enable those strategies.What are the main responsibilities of the role?This person is responsible for the Visual Design of the work across the two squads. But, as a member of the Design team, she/he/they are also a key contributor to the conceptual and strategic work of those squads.At the abstract level, the ideal candidate will help to define the value we want our clients to recognize in their relationships with RBC and to map out the pieces of the experiences that support that promise. At an executional level, this person will use the specific skills of the craft to bring meaning and understanding to the digital experiences we create, establishing visual hierarchies of importance in order that our clients can engage more easily and in more meaningful ways with our digital products. Besides tactical activities, this person will participate in ideation and other collaborative activities, contributing her/his/their expertise to help broaden the group’s perspective on the work at hand.What capabilities makes the designer you’re replacing (or current designers on your team) successful?•the ability to create a story out the features, functionality and experiences we offer our clients, to recognize opportunities to connect those pieces into •the ability to use visual design strategies to help our clients understand the screens we present and to act on them•the ability to work with ambiguity and shifting priorities •the ability both to build bridges across the different functions and roles of the team, to help to manage our peers, partners and stakeholders and to make them feel a part of our work•the ability to remind the team of the objectives we’re trying to achieve and to help everyone to focus on themWhat does the future state of success look like for the new designer?This person will have earned the confidence of her/his/their) Product Owner, Tech Lead and Design peers.This person will have helped them to organize around a common understanding of their goals and how to reach them. And this person will have found a cadence and rhythm for managing the work across two squadsWhat are the must have skills (4-5 max)?•UI design•abstract thinking•a methodical approach to problem identification and solution•collaboration & stakeholder management What are the nice to have skills (3-4 max)?•experience using Figma•experience working with design systems and standardized libraries of assets•experience using journey maps and story boards as a design tool for telling the story of the experience we hope to create•design research •facilitationTell us about your team experience level (0-2 years, 4-7 years, 7-10 years, 10+ years)IxD: 3 (10+ yrs), 2 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)VisD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)CD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)DR: 1 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)What skills would you like to build within your team?•storytelling•facilitation•stakeholder management•collaborationAs a baseline, we expect team members to have:•high-level craft-specific & executional abilities•some experience with facilitationcapabilities in abstract thinking and ideationWhat skill level are you looking for in a candidate? Expert – would consider very strong Advance Languages:Please describe the level of proficiency required for each language (i.e. written, verbal, etc.) Must be proficient in English for both written and verbal communication *For Design Research only: What type of research engagement model do you have?Click here to enter text.SummaryWhat will the designer be working on? This person will typically support two squads —working mostly with Product owners, other designers, Business Analyst and Developers—on tools to support our acquisition and engagement strategies, as well as some of the common components that enable those strategies.What are the main responsibilities of the role?This person is responsible for the Visual Design of the work across the two squads. But, as a member of the Design team, she/he/they are also a key contributor to the conceptual and strategic work of those squads.At the abstract level, the ideal candidate will help to define the value we want our clients to recognize in their relationships with RBC and to map out the pieces of the experiences that support that promise. At an executional level, this person will use the specific skills of the craft to bring meaning and understanding to the digital experiences we create, establishing visual hierarchies of importance in order that our clients can engage more easily and in more meaningful ways with our digital products. Besides tactical activities, this person will participate in ideation and other collaborative activities, contributing her/his/their expertise to help broaden the group’s perspective on the work at hand.What capabilities makes the designer you’re replacing (or current designers on your team) successful?•the ability to create a story out the features, functionality and experiences we offer our clients, to recognize opportunities to connect those pieces into •the ability to use visual design strategies to help our clients understand the screens we present and to act on them•the ability to work with ambiguity and shifting priorities •the ability both to build bridges across the different functions and roles of the team, to help to manage our peers, partners and stakeholders and to make them feel a part of our work•the ability to remind the team of the objectives we’re trying to achieve and to help everyone to focus on themWhat does the future state of success look like for the new designer?This person will have earned the confidence of her/his/their) Product Owner, Tech Lead and Design peers.This person will have helped them to organize around a common understanding of their goals and how to reach them. And this person will have found a cadence and rhythm for managing the work across two squadsWhat are the must have skills (4-5 max)?•UI design•abstract thinking•a methodical approach to problem identification and solution•collaboration & stakeholder management What are the nice to have skills (3-4 max)?•experience using Figma•experience working with design systems and standardized libraries of assets•experience using journey maps and story boards as a design tool for telling the story of the experience we hope to create•design research •facilitationTell us about your team experience level (0-2 years, 4-7 years, 7-10 years, 10+ years)IxD: 3 (10+ yrs), 2 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)VisD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)CD: 1 (10+ yrs), 2 (5+ yrs)DR: 1 (7+ yrs), 1 (5+ yrs)What skills would you like to build within your team?•storytelling•facilitation•stakeholder management•collaborationAs a baseline, we expect team members to have:•high-level craft-specific & executional abilities•some experience with facilitationcapabilities in abstract thinking and ideationWhat skill level are you looking for in a candidate? Expert – would consider very strong Advance Languages:Please describe the level of proficiency required for each language (i.e. written, verbal, etc.) Must be proficient in English for both written and verbal communication *For Design Research only: What type of research engagement model do you have?Click here to enter text.
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Contract
      • $54.39 - $69.35 per hour
      Visual Designer MUST HAVEoMobile Product design experience, (Native Mobile App)oSolid typography, visual hierarchy and concepting skills oExperience working with complex design systemsoLean UX and working with Agile dev teamsoUsability researchWhat will the designer be working on? The designer will be working on iterating the experience on the RBC mobile banking app.What are the main responsibilities of the role?The designer will be part of a 3-person squad (Interaction Designer, Visual Designer, Content Designer), led by a Design Lead and working on a daily basis with a number of cross-functional partners: product managers, project managers, business analysts, developers and quality assurance teams.What capabilities makes the designer you’re replacing (or current designers on your team) successful?A curious, strategic, and collaborative team member with an open mindset; a natural leader who ignites design conversation by inviting and responding to feedback; a self-starter with solid time management and presentation skills; a skilled product designer that lives and breathes mobile-first, comfortable working on multiple projects.What does the future state of success look like for the new designer?Has adapted relatively quickly to our ways of working (3 months), has extensive knowledge of the app’s design system and patterns, fully collaborates with the immediate team (squad) on a daily basis, is self-motivated, self-sufficient, understands well how to be successful in a larger team environment and with multiple cross-functional partners, can identify opportunities for improvement within the team and contributes enthusiastically.What are the must have skills (4-5 max)?oMobile Product design experience, on a Visual Designer role (Native Mobile App)oSolid typography, visual hierarchy and concepting skills oExperience working with complex design systemsoLean UX and working with Agile dev teamsoUsability researchWhat are the nice to have skills (3-4 max)?oHas worked with large design teams and multiple stakeholders (Product/Business/Technical partners)oExperience creating user journeys, wireframes, and information architectureoFigma experienceAdvantagesThe designer will be part of a 3-person squad (Interaction Designer, Visual Designer, Content Designer), led by a Design Lead and working on a daily basis with a number of cross-functional partners: product managers, project managers, business analysts, developers and quality assurance teams.ResponsibilitiesAs a visual designer, you can instinctively weave iconography, typography, colour, space and texture together to simplify and improve how our customers navigate our products and services. You’ll use your expertise to delight users with designs that inspire, engage and excite.You’ll be comfortable within agile team environments and an iterative process, you’ll collaborate with interdisciplinary team members and stakeholders as you analyze, design and convey your mobile and responsive design vision. A natural problem solver, communicator and facilitator, you’ll be involved in every step of the process from idea generation to implementation.QualificationsoMobile Product design experience, (Native Mobile App)oSolid typography, visual hierarchy and concepting skills oExperience working with complex design systemsoLean UX and working with Agile dev teamsoUsability researchSummaryoMobile Product design experience, (Native Mobile App)oSolid typography, visual hierarchy and concepting skills oExperience working with complex design systemsoLean UX and working with Agile dev teamsoUsability research
      Visual Designer MUST HAVEoMobile Product design experience, (Native Mobile App)oSolid typography, visual hierarchy and concepting skills oExperience working with complex design systemsoLean UX and working with Agile dev teamsoUsability researchWhat will the designer be working on? The designer will be working on iterating the experience on the RBC mobile banking app.What are the main responsibilities of the role?The designer will be part of a 3-person squad (Interaction Designer, Visual Designer, Content Designer), led by a Design Lead and working on a daily basis with a number of cross-functional partners: product managers, project managers, business analysts, developers and quality assurance teams.What capabilities makes the designer you’re replacing (or current designers on your team) successful?A curious, strategic, and collaborative team member with an open mindset; a natural leader who ignites design conversation by inviting and responding to feedback; a self-starter with solid time management and presentation skills; a skilled product designer that lives and breathes mobile-first, comfortable working on multiple projects.What does the future state of success look like for the new designer?Has adapted relatively quickly to our ways of working (3 months), has extensive knowledge of the app’s design system and patterns, fully collaborates with the immediate team (squad) on a daily basis, is self-motivated, self-sufficient, understands well how to be successful in a larger team environment and with multiple cross-functional partners, can identify opportunities for improvement within the team and contributes enthusiastically.What are the must have skills (4-5 max)?oMobile Product design experience, on a Visual Designer role (Native Mobile App)oSolid typography, visual hierarchy and concepting skills oExperience working with complex design systemsoLean UX and working with Agile dev teamsoUsability researchWhat are the nice to have skills (3-4 max)?oHas worked with large design teams and multiple stakeholders (Product/Business/Technical partners)oExperience creating user journeys, wireframes, and information architectureoFigma experienceAdvantagesThe designer will be part of a 3-person squad (Interaction Designer, Visual Designer, Content Designer), led by a Design Lead and working on a daily basis with a number of cross-functional partners: product managers, project managers, business analysts, developers and quality assurance teams.ResponsibilitiesAs a visual designer, you can instinctively weave iconography, typography, colour, space and texture together to simplify and improve how our customers navigate our products and services. You’ll use your expertise to delight users with designs that inspire, engage and excite.You’ll be comfortable within agile team environments and an iterative process, you’ll collaborate with interdisciplinary team members and stakeholders as you analyze, design and convey your mobile and responsive design vision. A natural problem solver, communicator and facilitator, you’ll be involved in every step of the process from idea generation to implementation.QualificationsoMobile Product design experience, (Native Mobile App)oSolid typography, visual hierarchy and concepting skills oExperience working with complex design systemsoLean UX and working with Agile dev teamsoUsability researchSummaryoMobile Product design experience, (Native Mobile App)oSolid typography, visual hierarchy and concepting skills oExperience working with complex design systemsoLean UX and working with Agile dev teamsoUsability research
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Contract
      • $20.40 - $32.64 per hour
      Brief Project Description: •Working in partnership with Learning Design team and other colleagues, •Fill learning development gap by helping assist with learning design projectsoBuild of learning solutions leveraging various authoring tools (Storyline 360, Camtasia, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign)oGraphic design elements as required •Troubleshooting of technical issues faced with learning assets•QA activities ahead of solution implementation•Addressing maintenance requirements to meet technical specifications (i.e. Republishing Storyline packages from Flash to HTML)Project Name: Team/Culture: •Working on a team with 3 other Learning Developers, reporting into the Manager, Learning Development, this team is part of the Learning Design Centre of Expertise. Learning Developers work in close partnership with Design Managers and with Learning Services colleagues to execute on core critical solution development. Daily Responsibilities:•Works closely with Learning Design colleagues to estimate work effort and timelines for proposed solutions and provide recommendations to enhance the experience.•Leverages best-in-class methodologies and innovative technologies to provide effective learning through a variety of modalities (instructor-led, virtual, digital). •Develops learning assets (web-based learning, job aids, participant guides, infographics, etc.) to create an optimal learner experience.•Produces graphic design elements independently based on requirements provided by Learning Design Colleagues or Business Partners to deliver on desired outcomes.•Ensures learning assets align to RBC templates, branding, user experience (u/x) and accessibility standards.•Leads QA and testing routines in partnership with Learning Centre of Expertise (LCoE) colleagues and Vendor Partners to ensure digital assets function according to the defined business requirements and design vision.•Organizes time and work to accomplish project deliverables effectively and efficiently.•Ensures the team communicates the status of all projects as agreed with key stakeholders to ensure project deliverables are on-time and within budget; escalates as required. Certifications: Post-secondary school DiplomaPreferred: Diploma in Graphic Design, Adult Education What program/technology/software knowledge is essential for this role and in what capacity will the successful candidate be using it? The successful candidate would be required to use the following programs on a regular basis:Articulate Storyline 360 Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator)Camtasia 9 (on occasion)Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel)JAWS Must Have Skills/Experience (in order of priority):•3-5 years working on a learning team in a corporate setting•Experience trouble shooting: learning modules, LMS issues and testing for accessibility using screen readers•Able to work under pressure and manage stakeholders and project expectations•Intermediate-Expert skill in eLearning authoring tools•Basic-Intermediate HTML coding skill(If there are several ‘highlight’ the top three!) Nice to Have Skills/Experience:•Intermediate Graphic Design skillsAdvantagesBrief Project Description: •Working in partnership with Learning Design team and other colleagues, •Fill learning development gap by helping assist with learning design projectsoBuild of learning solutions leveraging various authoring tools (Storyline 360, Camtasia, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign)oGraphic design elements as required •Troubleshooting of technical issues faced with learning assets•QA activities ahead of solution implementation•Addressing maintenance requirements to meet technical specifications (i.e. Republishing Storyline packages from Flash to HTML)Project Name: Team/Culture: •Working on a team with 3 other Learning Developers, reporting into the Manager, Learning Development, this team is part of the Learning Design Centre of Expertise. Learning Developers work in close partnership with Design Managers and with Learning Services colleagues to execute on core critical solution development. Daily Responsibilities:•Works closely with Learning Design colleagues to estimate work effort and timelines for proposed solutions and provide recommendations to enhance the experience.•Leverages best-in-class methodologies and innovative technologies to provide effective learning through a variety of modalities (instructor-led, virtual, digital). •Develops learning assets (web-based learning, job aids, participant guides, infographics, etc.) to create an optimal learner experience.•Produces graphic design elements independently based on requirements provided by Learning Design Colleagues or Business Partners to deliver on desired outcomes.•Ensures learning assets align to RBC templates, branding, user experience (u/x) and accessibility standards.•Leads QA and testing routines in partnership with Learning Centre of Expertise (LCoE) colleagues and Vendor Partners to ensure digital assets function according to the defined business requirements and design vision.•Organizes time and work to accomplish project deliverables effectively and efficiently.•Ensures the team communicates the status of all projects as agreed with key stakeholders to ensure project deliverables are on-time and within budget; escalates as required. Certifications: Post-secondary school DiplomaPreferred: Diploma in Graphic Design, Adult Education What program/technology/software knowledge is essential for this role and in what capacity will the successful candidate be using it? The successful candidate would be required to use the following programs on a regular basis:Articulate Storyline 360 Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator)Camtasia 9 (on occasion)Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel)JAWS Must Have Skills/Experience (in order of priority):•3-5 years working on a learning team in a corporate setting•Experience trouble shooting: learning modules, LMS issues and testing for accessibility using screen readers•Able to work under pressure and manage stakeholders and project expectations•Intermediate-Expert skill in eLearning authoring tools•Basic-Intermediate HTML coding skill(If there are several ‘highlight’ the top three!) Nice to Have Skills/Experience:•Intermediate Graphic Design skillsResponsibilitiesBrief Project Description: •Working in partnership with Learning Design team and other colleagues, •Fill learning development gap by helping assist with learning design projectsoBuild of learning solutions leveraging various authoring tools (Storyline 360, Camtasia, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign)oGraphic design elements as required •Troubleshooting of technical issues faced with learning assets•QA activities ahead of solution implementation•Addressing maintenance requirements to meet technical specifications (i.e. Republishing Storyline packages from Flash to HTML)Project Name: Team/Culture: •Working on a team with 3 other Learning Developers, reporting into the Manager, Learning Development, this team is part of the Learning Design Centre of Expertise. Learning Developers work in close partnership with Design Managers and with Learning Services colleagues to execute on core critical solution development. Daily Responsibilities:•Works closely with Learning Design colleagues to estimate work effort and timelines for proposed solutions and provide recommendations to enhance the experience.•Leverages best-in-class methodologies and innovative technologies to provide effective learning through a variety of modalities (instructor-led, virtual, digital). •Develops learning assets (web-based learning, job aids, participant guides, infographics, etc.) to create an optimal learner experience.•Produces graphic design elements independently based on requirements provided by Learning Design Colleagues or Business Partners to deliver on desired outcomes.•Ensures learning assets align to RBC templates, branding, user experience (u/x) and accessibility standards.•Leads QA and testing routines in partnership w