Posted December 5th 2017
The Lead Designer will play a major role in the company, and have a significant influence on the direction of the product and brand.
We're looking for a full-time permanent UX/UI designer for HigherMe to start the complicated process of rebranding (name change, creation of a real "identity').
We also need someone who will be able to take a complex set of features and interactions, and refine them to something easy and intuitive for our clients (who range from restaurant-level managers, to corporate HR roles). We also need someone who can look at things from a high level, and understand the needs and requirements of both employers and job applicants in the process.
In short, we want you to help us create a product that people love to use while solving the real problems employers face in hiring within the food and retail sectors.
- Several years of UI/UX design experience solving complex design challenges
- Experience with design a Saas products a major asset
- Graphic design capabiltities and experience
- Branding experience a major asset
- A "start-up" mentality - know how to move quickly, and adapt on the fly
- Ability to self-manage and self-motivate
HigherMe is a Y Combinator company that helps hourly employers find, screen, and hire better employees faster. Companies like Dunkin' Donuts and Panera Bread trust us with the most important part of their operation: their people.
We provide a suite of software tools - assessments, career pages, applicant tracking, video resumes, interview scheduling, text-to-apply, paperless onboarding - that help improve efficiency, but we're also a growing network of candidates for hourly jobs, allowing us to also sell access to candidates.
Customers report significant time savings, reductions in turnover, and the ability to quickly and consistently hire higher-quality employees.
Applicants love us, because they can create a simgle profile, used to apply for lots of jobs. They don't have to fill out a separate application each time, and can do everything on mobile.
With 77 million hourly workers, the potential to extend into other verticals (customer service, admin, on-demand, healthcare) is massive.