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Service Designer (Experienced) (closed)

Job Description

FutureEverything is looking for a talented Service Designer to work collaboratively with our team to develop services and businesses that have the potential to transform the impact of large scale technology projects on peoples lives. You'll be applying the tools and methodology of design thinking processes to frame complex problems. You'll be collaboratively finding desirable, feasible and viable solutions for the people likely to being affected by the outcomes of that solution.

This is a unique opportunity to participate in ambitious projects that aim to change the landscape of a number of different ecosystems. The challenges we are involved are in at the cutting edge of Art, Design, Technology, and Community. The role will focus on the intersection of these areas and will have the freedom to experiment and think big, both in the UK and abroad.Now, how many jobs can offer that?

The successful candidate will demonstrate a solid track record of having implemented Human Centred Design processes for both innovation projects and digital product development. They will have demonstrable design competencies and experience in areas such as User Experience and Participatory Design. They need to be comfortable with project and stakeholder management, as well as managing contractors. They need to be capable of working with diverse stakeholders, have strong facilitation and visual skills and able to cope with a high pace of work.

To read more, please download our job pack.

To apply, please submit your CV, cover letter and a completed equal opportunities monitoring form to

About FutureEverything

In 1995, FutureEverything was established with the vision to give rise together to a truly participatory culture and society. Over 20 years it has participated in and shaped the emergence of a digital culture. FutureEverything led the development of a city data ecosystem in Manchester, and supports the development of innovative services using data, by businesses, city officials, scientists, citizens and designers.