Adobe is pleased to announce the opening of its Disruptive Innovation Group (DIG) in San Francisco in 2013. The group will be part start-up, part corporate research lab: it will incubate adventurous new products, services, and business models for digital media & marketing in the spirit of a small company, while also having the stability and resources of a major corporation. We are seeking world-class individuals at all levels of seniority from student interns to principal investigators with the following backgrounds:
- Behavioral Economics
- Business Development
- Computer Graphics
- Electrical Engineering
- Experience Design
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Software Engineering
- User Research
Candidates should have an outstanding record of achievement for their level of experience. DIG will pursue an empirical approach to the development of new business opportunities, so candidates should be comfortable with lean product development, experimental methodologies, and entrepreneurial thinking. DIG’s innovators will have the opportunity to remain in the lab long-term, where they may contribute to a sequence of new products; alternately, they will have the option to stay with a new business as it transitions out of DIG.
To apply for this position please send a CV and personal statement to DIGfirstname.lastname@example.org.
The Disruptive Innovation Group will be part of the Creative Technologies Lab, an open and collaborative environment with a world-class set of researchers in digital imaging, computer vision and graphics, audio processing, and human-computer interaction. The DIG leadership team includes David Salesin (Director) and Joe Marks (Adviser). In addition to Adobe’s strengths in media authoring, recent growth in areas like web analytics (e.g., SiteCatalyst, powered by Omniture), cloud computing (e.g., Creative Cloud), and consumer photo sharing (e.g., Photoshop.com and Revel) provides new opportunities for research and entrepreneurship.
Adobe is an equal-opportunity employer. We welcome and encourage diversity in the workplace.
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