Behavioral Designer

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Position Summary

The role of a Behavioral Designer at Lirio is pivotal in leveraging insights from behavioral science to shape our Precision Nudging solutions. With your advanced education or professional experience in behavioral science disciplines, you possess the unique ability to translate academic insights into actionable guidance for our content developers and visual designers. This collaborative effort culminates in the creation of comprehensive message libraries meticulously crafted to effectively address and overcome common barriers to healthcare behaviors. 

As a Behavioral Designer within our team, you will engage closely with various Lirio teams, including creative professionals, data scientists, and machine learning specialists. Together, you will embark on a journey to craft a compelling and empowering experience, one that equips our clients with the tools to support individuals on their distinct paths toward improved health. This position not only presents an opportunity for you to refine your skills and expertise but also offers the advantage of Lirio's dynamic environment and the guidance of experienced behavioral scientists. It's a pivotal stage in your career where you can actively engage in self-directed work and make a significant contribution to our mission. 

It's an exciting time at Lirio as we begin to expand into markets outside the USA, with this in mind we would love to hear from individuals with experience in global public health, cross cultural psychology or with significant experience designing behavior change interventions for populations outside of the USA.  

This role is remote within the US, with the opportunity to be hybrid if located in TN. Applicants must reside in the US full-time.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Lirio’s Behavioral Design process covers four high-level stages: Research, Design, Build, and Implement/Refine. The Behavioral Designer supports intervention design across all four stages. 


  • With the support of the VP of Behavioral Design, lead the design and execution of literature reviews. This involves drafting protocols, conducting quality appraisals, synthesizing information, and writing reports. 
  • Provide support for behavioral research projects by conducting, analyzing trends, conducting credible just-in-time research, and applying behavioral science frameworks and theories. 
  • Participate in and provide support for primary research efforts, which may include client discovery research and patient experience initiatives, as needed. 
  • Utilize research expertise and behavioral science frameworks to audit and review customer assets, including content and visuals, and provide actionable recommendations. 
  • Contribute to the writing of academic papers and conference presentations as required.   


  • Create strategy briefs and other process-oriented materials to direct evidence-based intervention development 
  • Participate in collaborative sessions with content developers, visual designers, behavioral designers, and others to define intervention content and features 


  • Provide recommendations on creative assets, including content and visuals, through the lens of behavior science and end user experience 
  • On occasion, work directly with clients to review and refine solution content during the implementation process 


  • Review existing solution content against recent research and Lirio-generated data to identify and implement improvement opportunities 


  • Experience of cross-cultural psychology/public health intervention design for non-American/European populations  
  • A confident communicator with clear skills in writing, report preparation, and presentation; adept at conveying ideas and concepts concisely and accurately to diverse audiences. 
  • Able to use judgement and engage wider internal stakeholder groups as required to enable optimal intervention design and implementation.  
  • As needed, serve as behavioral design squad leader  
  • Perform other duties as assigned. 


  • PhD in a behavioral science field (e.g., psychology, public health, behavioral economics, etc.) required
  • 3-5 years of related industry experience required
  • The ideal candidate has some background in healthcare, such as experience working in a health technology company or designing digital health interventions
  • Familiarity with inferential statistics and behavioral research methods are nice to have
  • Experience with design thinking or human-centered design methods are a plus but not required
  • Familiarity with web-based content management systems (CMS) nice to have 


  • Medical (HSA available) 
  • Dental 
  • Vision 
  • Short-term & long-term disability (company-paid) 
  • Life & AD&D (company-paid) 
  • 401K with company match 
  • 10 paid holidays + holiday week company closure 
  • Flexible time off policy 
  • Work from home 
  • Job salary range: $111,000- $160,000
More Information on Lirio
Lirio operates in the Artificial Intelligence industry. The company is located in Franklin, TN and Knoxville, TN. Lirio was founded in 2017. It has 87 total employees. It offers perks and benefits such as Dental insurance, Vision insurance, Health insurance, Life insurance, 401(K) and Remote work program. To see all 2 open jobs at Lirio, click here.
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