Design Research Strategist Overview:
The Design Strategist will work on projects at the forefront of creating new, care-centered experiences across all business sectors. As a collaborator, you have the ability to engage with a wide range of partners successfully. As a strategic talent, you have an ability to synthesize disparate inputs into actionable frameworks, strategies and designs that will grow their brands.
Design Research Strategist Responsibilities:
o You will scope, plan and conduct primary, secondary and analogous research
o You will lead teams in synthesis: that is, building insights, reframing problems, and generating and iterating on new solutions within our end-to-end Janssen patient support services portfolio
o Your work with teams might include developing metrics for new solutions
o You will prepare and co-facilitate workshops for large multi-disciplinary groups and projects
o You will tell persuasive stories and communicate critical healthcare information with a focus on language, using whatever media/tools appropriate to communicate insights, frameworks, ecosystem-level
solutions, new business models, and their implications.
o You will create project deliverables: pitch decks with business cases, project briefs, insights presentations, prototypes and other appropriate human-centered materials
Design Research Strategist Qualifications:
o Bachelor’s degree in design or related field; a graduate degree is preferred
o 4 -7 years of design leadership-related experience is required
o Ability to inspire, persuade, grow, and lead project teams
o Demonstrated ability to manage complexity successfully
o Systems approach to design and value creation, with exhibited ability to identify relevant assumptions and to model value, potential ROI, etc.