Netflix Careers Remote United States | Netflix Looking For Product Designer Binge Watcher Job

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Post Name Product Designer
Company Name Netflix
Industry Private
Employment Type Full Time
Work Hours 8 Hours
Location Remote, United States
Min Salary USD 25 to
Max Salary USD 30 Per Hour
Qualification Graduate

Job Description

Netflix is the leading provider of streaming video, reaching over 209 million subscribers in more than 190 countries and territories around the world.
We entertain the world on a massive scale. For example, our subscribers spend five billion hours a quarter watching our shows and account for a third of the downstream Internet traffic. All this global entertainment is powered by a $15+ billion content budget that encompasses an extraordinarily diverse set of shows.
At the heart of the scaled work is the Studio XD team. We’re building a suite of products that help scale the Studio’s operations.
From choosing the best stories to produce, and taking a title to life, to building the world’s deepest catalog of information about films, series, games, and more. As part of the Studio XD design team, you will be designing products that power the future of the studio from pitch to play.

About the team

Although Netflix is an established company, in many ways we still act like a startup. The organization is flat, the process is minimal, individual responsibility is big, and there is an emphasis on keeping non-productive influences out of the everyday decision process. We endeavor to stay nimble and make decisions quickly.

About the role

As a product designer on the Business and Legal affairs team, you will lead the design for our content (movies, series, music, games, etc.) deal/contract management, and Rights management.
These tools are responsible for helping Netflix negotiate better deals, proactively fulfill legal obligations, and leverage our Rights and Assets to their full potential.
You will partner with other design, product, research, and engineering leaders to develop strategy across the product areas and user pain points on your team.

About You

  • You are a natural leader with exceptional communication skills.
  • Comfortable with figuring out things with a lot of ambiguity
  • You know how to bring multiple stakeholders to the table to understand and solve problems.
  • Capable of driving vision and changes of a domain with a large user base and established ways of how things work.
  • You know how to take complicated workflows and distill them into simple and intuitive design solutions.
  • Strike a balance of where to spend time best between day-to-day needs to help build features vs. longer-term visions and goals for the team.
  • Able to find patterns across different vertical content teams and help them streamline their workflows.


  • Collaborate with product, business, and engineering partners to lead and develop product and design strategies for the legal space.
  • Championing prioritization of design-centered product enhancements grounded in research and analysis
  • Manage through shifting priorities to provide clear direction and input on product prioritization and early product definition by working with partners to facilitate discovery sessions that uncover user pain points and opportunities
  • Driving end-to-end product design by:
  • Framing problems, defining insights, and designing new methodologies/practices
  • Creating process and user flows, wireframes, journey maps, and interaction models, resulting in low to high-fidelity prototypes
  • Planning and facilitating workshops with stakeholders to align with business needs
  • Designing within existing — and creating new — standards to contribute to our internal design system, best practices, and guidelines
  • Storytelling through business acumen and presenting visual concepts to various stakeholders

The Must-Haves

  • The ability to form consensus across a broad, fast-moving organization
  • A deep sense of accountability, fostering a high degree of responsibility within your team
  • Understanding of complex workflows designed to scale with Netflix’s evolving business model
  • Experience working in continuous delivery environments where the pace is fast and a focus on execution is critical
  • Experience contributing to and consuming component-based design systems
  • A strong desire to help a small group of expert users does big things
  • A willingness to fail, learn and share the experience

The Nice-to-Haves

    • Background working in legal or with legal tools
    • Experience partnering with cross-functional executives and business partners
Does this sound interesting but overwhelming? Please don’t self-select out; let’s figure it out together. We’d love to talk to you!
We are an equal opportunity employer and celebrate diversity, recognizing that diversity of thought and background builds more substantial teams. We approach diversity and inclusion seriously and thoughtfully. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Interview Questions 

  1. What are you most passionate about in life?
  2. What would you say is your biggest motivation at work?
  3. What’s your preferred working style?
  4. What values do you look for in a company you’re considering joining?
  5. What do you think is the most important aspect of product design?
  6. Where do you draw your inspiration from when designing products?
  7.  How do you think user experience should be considered when designing a product?
  8.  What’s your experience with user research or usability testing? Could you share an example of a project you worked on?
  9. What do you think is the most important thing to consider when designing for mass production?
  10. How does your design process differ for digital vs. physical products?
  11. How would you describe your design and creative process?
  12. What’s your experience, if any, with managing a team of designers?
  13. Can you tell us about a time you thought your manager was wrong about something and how you handled that situation?
  14. What kind of work schedule helps you to feel the most productive and happy?
  15. What are your thoughts on team meetings and stand-ups?
  16. How do you feel about multitasking?
  17. Tell me about a time when you made a mistake. How did you deal with it and what did you learn?

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