Remote Design Jobs

Front End Developer

Design by Cosmic, Inc.

Us   We’re Cosmic – a creative marketing agency specializing in social purpose brands. We’re on a mission to help brands with a social purpose play at the same level as their profit-driven competitors. With deep roots in our community, our studio is in the heart of downtown Santa Cruz, CA. A bit about us: We focus on strategy+design+technology.   We value in-person collaboration. So, you’d work in our Santa Cruz studio. It’s a modern, light workspace within walking distance of restaurants, taprooms, and cool local shops. We work a 4-day week and believe that good work is sustained through true work/life balance. Our team has a broad spectrum of interests. Our culture’s defined by an appreciation for social good, design, music, coffee, craft beer & food, outdoor adventure, amazing film & TV, soccer, and finding the perfect animated gif to express our thoughts.   You   We’re looking for a Front End Developer with an innate sense of design thinking. This position’s about much more than developing websites. You have experience as a front end developer, and specifically agency or client-facing experience as well. You instinctively think ahead, adapt, and quickly problem solve, all while keeping your cool.   You have the ability to remain flexible, iterate, and prioritize on a daily basis. You have experience developing complex CMS-based websites (we use CraftCMS) You are extremely familiar with modern frontend technologies (CSS, Javascript). You have an understanding of web servers and ability to deploy code using Github. Exceptional ability to translate designs into semantic, accessible front-end code. Strong understanding of modern web technologies and workflows. Strong understanding of mobile & responsive design & development practices. Solid understanding of GitHub/Version Control. Solid understanding and appreciation for color, typography, and composition. Ability to work directly with designers to implement designs and provide design feedback if necessary. Ability to defend and explain your technical recommendations to other team members, Creative Director, and clients. You relish the ability to be involved with a project from start to finish. Able to work within a clear and consistent workflow and process. Must be open to changes in approach to coding that follow new and evolving standards that will be developed with team input and discussion. Enjoy working within a fast paced hybrid agile sprint cycle where new work and iterations to previous work is presented to the client on a weekly basis. You enjoy learning quickly and diving deep into each client’s world to understand their market space, how they function within it, and how we can help them meet their goals. Bonus points for integrating with third party API’s, and developing plug-ins to extend base CMS functionality.     The Gig Your day to day will be a mix of writing code for client projects and collaborating with the Cosmic design and dev team. Develop marketing websites, Ecommerce sites, and websites that edge into being mini applications. Develop integrations with third party API’s and Applications. Participate in the the processes used by the Cosmic development team to keep current on developing and evolving technology and platforms. Participate in the process of maintaining the Cosmic code standards and frameworks as well as documentation for easy communication and evolution of these code standards for use by the in-house developers. Help develop in-house tools, workflows, and starters to simplify the development process in-house and provide consistency when used by the Cosmic team. Work with Cosmic’s lead developer in regards to the strategic approach to projects, technology stack choices, and problem solving. Participate in a workflow and established process for code review, testing process, server setups, and help maintain standards of all code produced across the team. Stay up to date on the technology used in donor engagement, social engagement, sales processes, and emerging technology trends that could support clients in the social purpose market space.   Perks & Benefits We work a 4-day work week (32-40 hours per week). Enjoy 3-day weekends every week! 401k Plan + employer contributions after a year on the job. 2 weeks paid vacation each year. 5 days paid sick time each year. 5 paid holidays each year, plus the Studio closes for the last 2. 5 weeks of the year as an additional long paid holiday. Studio located in downtown Santa Cruz, CA. Beer from local breweries on tap. Join a humble, collaborative team.   To Apply Send a cover letter and resume to jobs@designbycosmic. com. Please provide a link to any relevant portfolio work and your GitHub. We believe in listening, learning, and iterating. So, this position is ever-changing and evolving.  .

Senior Software Engineers


We’re looking for great engineers with diverse backgrounds. We need people that can fill hybrid roles with different emphases on the wide context of product development. We don’t have predefined positions: instead, we invite you to come talk to us about your skills, experience, ambitions, and dream role.  We hope to find exceptional people to do exceptional work with us, and we believe it’s important that we define your role and path to our mutual growth together. Reaktor is a hybrid partner for all things future. We reimagine businesses, and we design and build tomorrow’s digital products. Our full range of consultancy and agency services include expertise from high-level business consulting, to hands-on service and product design and development, to branding and marketing. We believe in technology-agnostic product thinking, defined only by finding meaningful solutions to challenging problems. Your passion should be the same as ours: unmatched execution of those solutions. We structure, create, iterate, and reinvent, delivering tangible value faster than anyone in the world. What we can offer you: Hybrid, completely autonomous teams, filled with experts in everything from design, to data science, to business consulting, to content. A community of amazing people who you will learn from and will learn from you. Experimentation and continuous improvement of our skills and ways of working. A dedication to constant evolution (and the occasional revolution). A world without rigid hierarchy—big ideas can come from anyone and anywhere. Endless fun! What you’ll bring: Exceptional technological competence. Ability to make things, and to make things happen. Compassion for people—both those around you, and those who will use what we build. Drive to work on complex problems at any part of the project, from type system nuances to organizational dynamics. A vision and commitment to the future of work: being truly lean and agile and human-centered, and leaving yesterday’s pointless rituals behind. Readiness to be responsible for your work, development, and career path. Don’t worry: we’ll have your back in whatever you want to achieve, but the end goal is yours to define. 6+ years of real-world experience in building digital products and services. Authorization to work in the United States.   Think Reaktor sounds like home? Great. Introduce yourself via our careers page. We invite you to share details of any open source projects, your GitHub profile, and most importantly, your personality. Be original, not official. We are an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability. .

Lead Product Designers


We’re looking for several great designers for a number of roles, with different emphases within the wide context of product design. Instead of predefining them as positions, we’d like to invite you to come talk to us about your skills, experience, ambitions, and dream role.  We’re hoping to find exceptional people to do exceptional work with us, and believe it’s important that we define your role and path to our mutual growth together. Reaktor is a hybrid partner for visionary companies and organizations. We reimagine businesses, and design to build tomorrow’s digital products. Our full range of consultancy and agency services include expertise from high-level business consultancy to hands-on service and product design and development, to branding and marketing. Our designers work side-by-side with experts ranging from engineering to AI, business consulting, content and data science in small, hybrid teams. As our Lead Product Designer, you will be a central part of our teams, guiding your peers to make future-proof products and services, and helping our clients adapt in an increasingly complex and changing world. You might spend your days: Acting as a central part in our hybrid teams and lead them by making sense of our clients’ business challenges and turning your understanding into great designs Outlining the steps required to realize the product or solution. Facilitating ways of working between the client and the team, helping our clients evolve the way they work along the way. Asking the right questions to understand both the client’s position and their users’ problems, and can come up with solutions that benefit both. Helping our sales team in closing and opening new projects. Working with our design community to continue building an ambitious, collaborative design culture. Here’s what we look for: Whether your strengths are in research, visual design or anything in between, you have a deep understanding of the gamut of product and UX design and what it takes to build beautiful customer experiences. Ability to create and communicate exceptional ideas to both your team and your clients. You value cross-disciplinary collaboration in order to realize visions and designs into feasible outcomes. Exchanging thoughts and ideas come naturally to you. Natural curiosity about clients, their business challenges and end users. You have 8+ years of real-world experience in designing digital products and services. Familiarity with agile and lean principles is considered a plus. You are authorized to work in the United States. You are willing to be responsible for your own work, development and career path. We have your back! Set your own goals and targets; we are here to encourage and support you in whatever you want to achieve.   If you believe you are the kind of person we’re looking for, please, introduce yourself. Tell us about your past adventures in the world of design, and let us know what you’d love to do in the future. Keep it original rather than official. Get in touch with us via our careers page. We are an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability. .

UX/UI Designer, Brand & Marketing


Classy is looking for a full-time, in-house UI/UX Designer to create elegant web experiences in conjunction with our marketing, sales, and design teams. They will collaborate with marketing strategists to execute well-designed web campaigns from concept to developer hand-off. The ideal candidate should have an eye for clean and artful design, possess superior UI/UX research skills and be able to translate high-level requirements into interaction flows and prototypes. They should have a knack for creating beautiful, intuitive, and functional digital experiences, and the knowledge to measure success.   Who You Are Strong Communicator. You believe that there is no such thing as too much communication. You value understanding teammates and empowering others to understand you. Design Obsessed. You seek out and get giddy over design solutions in multiple disciplines and are driven by the design community and your peers to constantly improve your skills. Problem Solver. You see obstacles as a necessary constraint, and find fulfillment in creating the perfect solution. Risk Taker. You’re not deterred by potential failure, and are willing to try new things in your designs. You’re not afraid to instill emotion, tone, and personality when necessary. Process Junkie. You believe organization, workflow management, and team communication are essential to the creative process. You seek out improvements to increase efficiency and improve design outcomes. Passionate about Nonprofits. You pursue work that serves a purpose bigger than yourself. You are passionate about playing a role in improving how the nonprofit sector operates. Champion for the Customer. You are motivated by a deep understanding of the problems and realities of the people you are designing for. You carefully consider your design’s place within the context of a user’s entire experience, based on research and facts. What Your Day-to-Day Looks Like Design web experiences to fulfill campaign goals and champion the Classy brand. Projects could include campaign microsites, lead generating landing pages, and maintenance of classy. org and other marketing properties. Conduct usability research and testing, help to implement and measure success criteria based on marketing goals, and communicate results to the marketing and design teams. Create site maps, storyboards, and wireframes to bring simplicity and user friendliness to marketing web experiences. Collaborate with visual designers to bridge web experiences and promotional efforts, optimizing a person’s journey from start to finish. Revisit high traffic designs, work with marketing SEO/webmaster to conduct A/B tests, and communicate results to the rest of the team Prioritize and project manage your own workload while meeting critical milestones and communicating progress to proper stakeholders. Build great relationships with design, development, marketing, and other teams through open, collaborative communication and a commitment to shared goals. Assist visual designers and developers to bring projects to the finish line. This could include supporting dev efforts and helping to create static images, content and animations when needed. What You Bring to the Table 3+ years design experience, previous startup experience preferred Expert knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, etc. ) and Sketch. Google Analytics a plus Portfolio that demonstrates results-driven design skills in web/interface design, workflow, and prototyping In-depth knowledge of modern HTML/CSS, ability to deliver code-ready designs to a development team Ability to conduct research, usability testing, and iteration implementing modern principles of data-driven design Exceptional design skills that fully consider fact-based usability research and an established design system Self-motivated independence and a drive for quality, consistency, and design excellence We would be remiss not to mention our awesome perks! 29 days off annually including vacation + holidays 10 half-day Fridays a year 20 hours paid volunteer time off Monthly parking pass, public transit pass, or ride-share allowance Supplemental Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance, available day one 401(k) plan Fitness membership discounts Pet friendly office Love the active life? We have company and team outings and participate in team sports Monthly employee development courses New expansive office in downtown San Diego overlooking Petco Park baseball stadium and the ocean .

Design Manager, Brand & Marketing


Classy has been leading innovation in web based fundraising solutions for the nonprofit sector. As part of our focus to create best in class products, design has played an integral part of our brand and value. Here, Design is a multi-disciplinary department comprised of brand and product design. We work cross-functionally with just about every team to deliver a delightful customer experience and make things feel Classy. Our Design Manager will bring a deep understanding of design process to guide our Brand Design team. You will lead a team of designers that improve brand awareness through the marketing lifecycle, as well as collaborating with our product design efforts.  You love being plugged into the customer journey and obsess over building a cohesive digital experience. You thrive working with a diverse array of people, embracing design challenges and cultivating collaboration. You have a passion for bring visual storytelling and empathy to strategic communications.  If this sounds like you, and you'd like a chance to join the Classy team, we'd love to hear from you.   RESPONSIBILITIES Actively manage visual and interactive designers to provide guidance, oversight, and mentorship to the team Create accountability  and prioritization for project timelines and deliverables, guide production pipeline and communicate evolving project goals Build strong relationships and operating rhythms with leaders outside the Design team to efficiently implement cohesive experiences across multiple channels and mediums. Help promote a fun, purposeful and highly collaborative team culture Continue to build technical and professional capabilities within the team to help promote employee growth Work with the team to ensure exceptional design deliverables that represent the Classy brand; set and exceed best practices and standards, measurable impacts, and design integrity Collaborate with other design managers on product and experience consistency Establish standards for design that wills scale with our growth WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE Bachelor degree in relevant field preferred or equivalent experience 6+ years of design experience for digital formats, preferably for a SaaS company 2+ years of experience directly leading a team and managing designers 2+ years of experience directly managing end to end design projects Strong visual design capabilities Strong background with leading marketing design and product awareness initiatives Knowledge of UX principles and Design Thinking Excellent verbal and written communication skills Portfolio to illustrate applied experience as the creative process leader on projects Ability to embrace change and hyper-growth with nimble ease in adapting WE WOULD BE REMISS NOT TO MENTION OUR AWESOME PERKS!   New office in downtown San Diego overlooking Petco Park baseball stadium and the San Diego Harbor 29 days off annually including vacation + holidays 10 half-day Fridays a year 20 hours paid volunteer time off Monthly parking pass, public transit pass, or ride-share allowance Top-notch health benefits Pet friendly office (woof! caw! meow!) .

Senior Fullstack Engineer


Postmark is a cloud email infrastructure product that allows businesses to send and receive transactional emails from their applications. We make it easy for our customers to add email communication to their applications using a full-featured REST API, as well as through the standard SMTP protocol.   What’s it like to work on Postmark A Postmark backend engineer will primarily write C# code to improve and enhance the API and backend services. You will use/improve/scale out our infrastructure software which currently consists of MySQL, RabbitMQ, and Elasticsearch.   RequirementsYou may be a fit for this role if you: Have built web apps using Ruby, Rails, and JavaScript. Are familiar with the JavaScript, Ruby, and Rails ecosystems. Can integrate with web APIs from Rails or JavaScript. Know how to optimize and maintain a SQL database like MySQL. Can work with and maintain a document/NoSQL database like Elasticsearch.   Preferred education and experience: Understand API frameworks like GraphQL. Experience using containerization technologies like Docker. Have used concurrency concepts like Promises and/or Async/Await. Understand when and how to leverage a message queueing system like RabbitMQ. Familiarity with email specific topics such as SMTP, SPF, DKIM, DMARC, etc.   Benefits Remote-first culture with half the team in Philly and half the team working remotely from all over the world Chef-prepared family lunches (in Philly office) Full health benefits (100% paid for employee and spouse/dependents) Company-paid retreats Computer setup of your choice renewed every 2 years Quarterly profit sharing Conferences and career development Currently experimenting with a 4 day work weeks with flexible hours   ---   Wildbit is the loving creators of Postmark, Conveyor, and Beanstalk. We are an equal opportunity employer and proud of it.   We’re committed to building a diverse team, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. At our core, we believe deeply in diversity, inclusiveness, and acceptance as all being key parts of a healthy team.     Wildbithttps://wildbit. com   Our valueshttps://wildbit. com/blog/2017/05/09/revisiting-the-wildbit-values   Syncing remote culturehttps://wildbit. com/blog/2017/06/21/syncing-company-culture-as-a-remote-team   How was your weekendhttps://wildbit. com/blog/2017/09/13/how-was-your-weekend   Planning a company retreathttps://wildbit. com/blog/2016/05/18/planning-a-company-retreat.

Freelance Visual Designer


This role directly reports to the Design Director and will support Marketing, Sales, and Product departments on a wide variety of initiatives. It’s an exciting opportunity for someone interested in shaping the brand of a young company on every level. We are rapidly growing and you will have a lot of freedom in how your role is designed and evolves.   Responsibilities: Design and execute marketing & branding initiatives such as presentations, landing pages, social media assets, website assets, emails, whitepapers, microsites, conference materials, and print & digital campaigns. Work closely with Growth Marketing, Events and Sales teams to produce assets and materials that reflect our brand, communicate our value, and create engagement with our clients and partners Work closely with our freelance front end dev on digital design projects Produce pixel perfect assets for our enterprise platform and help manage the platform UI kit. Assist in the QA of new platform product features  Requirements: 2-3 years of design & production experience (preferably as part of a small team at an agency, app or startup) Strong portfolio that displays a very high level of attention to detail and skills in layout, branding, typography and UI/UX. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, Sketch, as well as presentation tools (Powerpoint, Google Slides) Self-motivated, organized and accountable Excellent problem-solving & troubleshooting skills with the willingness to pitch in and get things done A positive, open attitude with a genuine desire to help other team members thrive Bachelor’s degree or equivalent HTML/CSS, print production, illustration, animation, photography, and video skills are a huge plus. mParticle Salaried Employee Benefits Excellent healthcare coverage Unlimited vacation policy Flexible office hours Commuter discounts 401k program Paid company outings Discounted gym membership Dog-friendly office Paw-ternity policy Delicious snacks and free meals Voted one of Crain’s top 100 places to work in NYC 2017 & 2016 About mParticle mParticle is the leading customer data platform for the multi-screen era. The world's leading brands use mParticle to collect and connect their data, improve marketing performance, enhance analytics, and transform customer experiences. Our client list includes Spotify, Airbnb, Foursquare, Postmates, Hulu, and Gilt just to name a few. We offer an incredible work environment to our employees, and have been recognized by Crain’s as one of the top 100 places to work in NYC. For us, it's important to provide opportunities for growth and development while also giving the support and flexibility you need to be your best. Whatever the task is, we want people who are eager to get involved and are curious to learn new things. Does this sound like you? Then we invite you to get in on the ground floor of a disruptive startup and help us build something great. .

WordPress Site Administrator

Conscious Discipline

Responsible for the ongoing management and continuous improvement of ConsciousDiscipline. com. This includes day-to-day content updates, management of events, articles, resources and more. Local to Orlando/Oviedo area is preferred, but remote workers will be considered also. Must be located within the continental US or Canada. About our Website Our website, ConsciousDiscipline. com is newly reimagined (within 1 year) and welcomes over 5M visitors annually. The site is custom-built on a WordPress platform delivering multiple levels of membership and e-Learning. Multiple sections of the site are powered by customized databases that support our events, instructor directory, free and premium resources, videos, etc. Our email marketing efforts are currently powered by MailChimp, which will soon migrate to Zoho. E-Commerce is currently supported by Shopify, but will soon migrate to WooCommerce in support of single sign-on functionality. Job Responsibilities Demonstrated success managing sites created on the WordPress platform. Ability to recommend thoughtful content strategy supporting complex sections of content and make decisions around page look / structure that optimize usability while preserving brand / website style guide. Work collaboratively to shape web strategy serving multiple audiences and business units. Content integration supporting new pages, dynamic content sections, e-Forms and landing pages. Ability to write specs for features and functionality and partner with external developers to execute. Familiarity with and passionate support of online best practices around responsive design, development, user experience and SEO. Serve as the single-point-of-contact for ongoing site updates and revisions, imagery and resources. Management of dynamic databases supporting key sections of site content. Plan, manage and track web-based initiatives. Optimize website conversion for both lead generation and purchase / registration. Familiarity with Woo Commerce, Zendesk and ZoHo extremely helpful. Define, track and measure key site performance metrics. Setup and deploy email campaigns including automated email pathways in Zoho or similar. Understanding of basic data management / list building best practices. Implement SEO best practices as well as ongoing optimization of overall site performance. Experience Bachelor's degree and minimum 4 years of experience with website content management, analytics, site optimization tools, e-commerce, methods and site testing Solid understanding of WordPress, themes, widgets and responsive mobile development Proven track record of successfully growing site conversion Effective project management and analytical skills Strong interpersonal and communication skillset that enables you to build productive relationships and contribute in a team environment .

Senior UI/UX Graphic Designer


There's going to come a day when you need to get something notarized. When that day comes, wouldn't you rather do it from your kitchen? In the same time it takes to make a sandwich? Notarize is the first on-demand notary platform, allowing anyone to notarize a document online and empowering businesses to send, track and collect notarizations. We're helping people execute the most important transactions of their lives and streamlining operations for countless industries. As our Senior UI/UX Graphic Designer, you will use your creative prowess and sense of human-centered design to enhance and strengthen the relationship between our customers and our brand. You'll own our entire web experience from concept to creation. You'll build engaging user experiences that are memorable, meaningful, and accessible, across a wide array of media. You'll collaborate with product and marketing to create a cohesive and engaging visual identity that will evolve organically with our business as we explore new markets and develop new products. You will design your freaking [body part] off. Basically. What you'll do: Create beautiful and delightful things (websites, graphics, landing pages, social media & print collateral, and who even knows what else?). Work closely with our Creative Director and collaborate with product designers, product managers, marketing, and leadership in building consistent, accessible, and thoughtfully-targeted branding and messaging. Prototype and iterate on a wide variety of design concepts and wireframes, rationalizing your design decisions and thoughtfully explaining them to others. Proactively reach out cross-functionally to understand the goals of other teams and assist them in developing the assets they need to be successful. Ensure that designs and user interfaces communicate consistent experiences and messages across all platforms, and align with our overarching branding strategy. Strive every day to make something better - more inviting, more engaging, more accessible, more visually stunning - than it was yesterday. What you'll bring: One of those UI/UX design portfolios that's so polished and detailed we have to sit down like Whoa and catch our breath. Proven experience delivering concepts, storyboards, user flows, wireframes, prototypes, etc. Engaging communication and presentation skills, with a proven ability to articulate and be persuasive. Ability to balance a strong artistic point of view with advocacy for the needs of our customers. Mastery of Sketch, Adobe CS, and InVision, or similar tools. Concern, curiosity, and compassion for our end users above all else. Notarize is committed to building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and everyone is encouraged to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We'd love to hear from you. .

Digital Research Director

EY Portland Studio

Today’s companies are experiencing unprecedented digital growth as digital-physical systems, powered by Internet of Things and fuelled by data, create a fully interconnected society.   Increasing customer demands require companies to create a seamless experience across all channels. It’s an increasingly complex, digitized, fast-changing and interconnected world and as part of the Digital practice, you’ll help leading companies across industries strategize and execute on their future vision and experience.   EY Portland Studio is a mid-sized studio focused on strategic digital design within EY’s national advisory group. Located in a former glass factory in Portland, Oregon, EY Portland’s studio model allows you to collaborate closely with a supportive cross-functional team of strategists, designers, writers, and technologists, who are all passionate about how cutting-edge tech and design can achieve our clients’ business goals. EY’s diverse client roster includes many of the world’s biggest companies. In 2017, Fortune magazine ranked EY 29th in its annual “100 Best Companies to Work For” list.     The opportunityThe EY Portland Studio is seeking a skilled, hands-on Research Director to establish the framework for how the research team engages, conducts, and executes user experience research on client projects. In addition to setting the tone for research inside the studio, you will be responsible for managing a small research team and representing the research discipline to clients. We’ll look to you to mentor researchers in user experience research methods and grow the team. Our ideal candidate will have a robust understanding of qualitative user research methods as they apply to digital products, experience managing a small research team, and the ability to strengthen client/stakeholder relationships through research. Your key responsibilities You will evolve and implement a research practice that supports studio and client goals. This includes creating and pitching research proposals and estimates for clients, finding new business development opportunities for research projects, and cultivating the research team’s presence by providing strategic research direction on client projects. You will work closely with department leads, stakeholders, researchers, and designers to execute client work while educating them on research best practices. Additional responsibilities include;     Managing the research team • Manage, delegate, and oversee the research team’s resourcing and projects • Empower and mentor the research team to grow skill sets and to creatively solve research challenges. Ensure the research team is learning and utilizing new UX research techniques and emerging research tools • Review research team’s deliverables to ensure the utmost quality but also conduct research of your own       Conducting UX/design research         • Be an expert in conducting qualitative user experience research methods (moderated, remote, and remote unmoderated): stakeholder interviews, user interviews, ethnographic studies, contextual inquiry, participatory design, concept testing, and usability testing (surveys, diary studies, card sorting, tree-testing, focus groups, and stakeholder workshop facilitation are a plus) • Create screeners and work with vendors/partners to schedule participants • Communicate research activities to client (sharing schedules, research plans, and findings throughout the research process)     Skills and attributes for success To qualify for the role, you must have • BA/BS degree in Human Computer Interaction, Human Factors, Psychology, Social Science, Anthropology, or a related field (MA/MS or higher is a plus) • 10 or more years of work experience in qualitative user experience research ideally in a digital product development setting (quantitative user experience research is a plus).

Full-Stack Web Developer with WordPress Experience

Advant Interactive

We are Advant Interactive, a group of design and developer nerds. We’re a small bunch so far but we have plans for world domination. We’re based in Long Beach, just a Kobe 3-pointer from the beach, and a taxi ride from the heart of LA. We are on the lookout for an individual who seeks a position at the cutting edge of web development. All candidates must work with speed and enjoy sweating over tight deadlines. They must live to code and not be happy until they’ve seen a project through from insemination to birth to that first day at kindergarten. Who are you? The dude (or dudette) for the role should have a minimum of two years in the world of web development, with a portfolio that’s likely to blow our socks off. Because we live in the virtual world, it does not matter where you reside, as long as you are available during business hours. Still reading? Can you tick these boxes? ● You are a Wordpress Whiz and have extensive knowledge/experience with front-end work. ● You’re a dab hand in JavaScript/jQuery (If you can write plugins as well then that’s a bonus, but you must be able to write and implement small-to-medium scripts at least) ● You’re an old pro in writing raw HTML and CSS (especially HTML5 and CSS3) ● You are experienced working with PHP tasks ● You’re used to developing in a LAMP environment ● You’re on-the-button with current Web standards, optimization techniques and best practices ● You’re full of knowledge regarding Twitter Bootstrap and Foundation ● You’re a web developer with two or more years of professional industry experience And it goes without saying You can both talk the talk and walk the walk. You have 20:20 vision when it comes to fine details. You consider missing a deadline one of the seven deadly sins. If you’ve gotten this far, you could be just what we’re looking for. Send us your portfolio and we’ll talk. .

Web & Electronic Communications Specialist

Northwestern University

Northwestern University Opportunity (Job ID 34014):   Northwestern University seeks to employ a varied and diverse range of dynamic people who understand the importance of our mission and vision. When you consider a career at Northwestern University, you know that you are joining an institution with a deep history of academic, professional and personal excellence. Currently, we have a career opportunity as a Web & Electronic Communications Specialist (Chicago Campus). Job Summary: The Web & Electronic Communications Specialist manages the day-to-day operations of the Northwestern Law web content management system. The individual is responsible for coordinating with departments to ensure consistent, functional navigation and design, and accurate and current web content across the Law School websites. It is a critical web-support role. This position maintains the CSS files of a responsive website, and handles various front-end development maintenance and enhancement work. Please note: Position requires flexible schedule to accommodate business needs during busy periods (occasional overtime). Specific Responsibilities: Administration of the web content management system and site navigation tool including: adding new webpages and content blocks, setting up user permissions and groups, creating training materials and best practices guides, conducting new user training, customizing the cms (css, wysiwyg, menus) for ease-of-use, and handling system troubleshooting. Provide front-line email and phone support for cms users. Address and resolve strategic, logistical, and technological issues. Proactively coach existing users surrounding: site standards, how to package and label web content, search engine optimization (seo), and best practices in maintaining an easy-to-understand website information architecture. Work with the Web Communications Manager and Applications Development team to establish styles for public facing web pages and forms that follow best practices in modern web design and usability. Look for opportunities to integrate new features and technologies in an effective manner in a responsive website environment. Manage and update CSS style sheets across all Law School websites. Respond to and facilitate website changes and enhancements in accordance with requests from Law School administration, faculty, and departments. Handle varied website operations and maintenance tasks. Prioritize and manage multiple day-to-day projects as well as long-term, complex projects. Serve as a backup for the Web Communications Manager in areas such as updating the Law School home page and in various other capacities related to electronic communications. Build, manage, and send custom HTML emails within various email marketing software platforms. Perform other related duties as required or assigned. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in a related field or the equivalent combination of education, training, and experience from which comparable skills can be acquired. 2-5 years' experience maintaining, supporting, enhancing, and testing the front-end of content-intensive websites within a fast-paced environment. Experience working with responsive websites. Expert HTML skills. Intermediate or greater CSS3 skills. Minimum Competencies: (Skills, knowledge, and abilities. ) Working knowledge of content management systems. Excellent interpersonal client service and negotiating skills. Ability to execute and manage numerous jobs concurrently, work independently and in teams, and manage projects from start to completion with minimal instruction. Strong front-end website development skills and experience (HTML5 and CSS3). Familiarity with and ability to learn and use a CSS Preprocessor. Familiarity with mobile website frameworks. Basic skillset for building HTML emails and familiarity with email marketing software. Strong design sense. Photo editing capabilities within software such as Adobe Photoshop. Preferred Competencies: (Skills, knowledge, and abilities) Experience with SEO, web usability best practices, web design, and web application testing a plus. Experience creating and designing user friendly interfaces for web applications a plus. Understanding of how JavaScript can be used throughout a website. Experience with blogging software such as Wordpress a plus. Working at Northwestern University: Beyond being a place to learn and grow professionally, Northwestern is an exciting and fulfilling place to work! Northwestern offers many benefit options to full and part-time employees including: competitive compensation; excellent retirement plans; comprehensive medical, dental and vision coverage; dependent care match; vacation, sick and holiday pay; professional development opportunities and tuition reimbursement.   Northwestern greatly values work/life balance amongst its employees. Take advantage of recreational, cultural, and enrichment opportunities on campus. Employees also receive access to childcare solutions, retail discounts, and other work/life balance resources.   Northwestern University is an equal opportunity employer and strongly believes in creating an environment that welcomes students, faculty and staff of all races, nationalities and religions. In doing so, we offer our students the opportunity to learn and grow in diverse communities preparing them for successful careers in an increasingly global and diverse work force.   For consideration, please click on the link below. You will be directed to Northwestern University's electronic recruiting system, eRecruit, where you will apply for current openings. Once you apply, you will receive an email confirming submission of your resume. For all resumes received, if there is interest in your candidacy, the human resources recruiter or the department hiring manager will contact you. Job Opening ID number for this position is 34014.   34014-Web & Electronic Communications Specialist - https://careers. northwestern. edu/psp/hr92prod_er/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM. HRS_APP_SCHJOB. GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&SiteId=1&FOCUS=Employee&JobOpeningId=34014&PostingSeq=1   Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes including veterans and individuals with disabilities.   Apply HerePI104022979.

Sr. Software Engineer


Originate designs and builds custom software products that solve complex problems, with a focus on time-to-market, scalability, and business impact. We work with large enterprises to build revolutionary new products and reimage legacy systems. We also partner with high-growth startups to help them accelerate their vision and create competitive advantage. Our Tech Environment New products are built primarily using Go, Node. js, and any number of front-end technologies (React, GraphQL, Webpack, Redux, etc. ). Mobile development is both iOS and Android. Software is packaged with Docker and deployed with CircleCI on top of various cloud platforms including AWS and Google Cloud. We leverage open source components such as Cassandra, Spark, Kafka and PostgresSQL for our data plane. Infrastructure is managed using Ansible and Terraform and monitored using a variety of devops tools like Datadog. You’ll find individuals hacking with everything else (Haskell, Clojure, Elixir, Elm, Rust, etc. ) and we’re always open to trying out new technologies when it makes our lives easier. We work in small, fast-paced, cross-functional agile teams. What we're looking for You are curious and code for fun. You are passionate about your craft and love working with folks who feel equally strongly about their professions. You have 3+ years of recent experience in at least one of our core technologies: Go, Scala, Node. js, React, etc. BS in Computer Science, Math, EE, or applicable. If you think you would be a good fit, we'd love to hear from you! .

Product Designer/UX Designer

Covenant Eyes

Summary Covenant Eyes exists to help people be free from pornography. We provide software and content to help people quit using pornography for good, or never start. The company is 18 years old and has a history of great success, but we have our work cut out for us, with a service that spans multiple web and email channels, and applications on Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android, and we’re in the midst of retooling for our next generation AI-powered porn-monitoring systems. We have an existing UX staff of 11, split across 2 design teams, a research team, and an internal services team, and we need help keeping up with the workload. That’s why we want you.   You’d be… ·       Redefining the way customers interact with and manage their experience with our service. Re-architecting the structure of our account management portal, redesigning the critical interactions, and providing an outstanding new UI design so customers fall head-over-heals in love with it. ·       Creating a simple and highly efficient sign up and onboarding experience from the ground up. Pioneering ways of boosting account health and customer satisfaction from first-interaction through the first few years of use. ·       Contributing to and refining our design system by regularly interacting with it and suggesting modifications, additions and patterns. ·       Overhauling our software interfaces to reflect a seamless experience that increases user control and clarity on all of our desktop and mobile platforms. ·       Providing feedback to other designers, stakeholders and project managers on design and implementation.   We want you because… •       You are eager to be a part of something bigger than yourself, impacting culture so people can live full and happy lives, free from pornography. •       You have designed end-to-end experiences, tested and worked through successful implementation on them. •       You have close relationships with developers, helping them to see your vision and inspire them to build your designs in a way that captures your intent. •       You spend time with stakeholders understanding their needs so you can deliver value to them. •       You have experience observing and testing your designs with users, leading to iteration and better design solutions. •       You regularly apply good design practices that include multiple design options and choosing the best path forward. •       You are a life-long learner, finding ways to study and grow on a regular cycle. •       You know how to document, communicate and sell your design work. •       You are experienced with the latest industry tools like Sketch, InVision, and the Adobe Creative Suite. •       You have experience using, contributing to, and maintaining design systems.   Notes Though we’re a remote-friendly team, we are only considering US-based applicants. You are also able to travel to headquarters in Owosso, Michigan 3-4 times year.   How to Apply Please submit samples of your best work showing the breadth and depth UX design skills, with a resume demonstrating that experience. We look forward to hearing from you!.

Product Designer, Parenting

The New York times

We are continually looking for new engines of growth and innovation in our New Products and Ventures group, home to our world-class NYT Cooking and Crosswords products. We’ve identified our next product opportunity and are looking for a talented Product Designer to help us build it.   Your work will help parents and at the same time reshape the conversation around this important endeavor. As product designer you will work with the Executive Creative Director, New Products and Ventures to execute the vision, User Experience, and visual identity for a new product that guides parents through their child’s development and aids with their most pressing parenting decisions. He or she will work closely with Product, Editorial, and Technology to deliver experiences that delight and inform our readers.     The Product Designer, Parenting will help the user navigate to and through our product. Work on the best expressions of a user interface for a feature and the look and feel of the Parenting product. The Designer will think about technology driven shifts of behavior in parenting space.   Responsibilities: Define and develop the user experience and visual language of a new Parenting product through a user-centered design process Continually cultivate a deep understanding of your users and their behaviors through testing and learning Continuously think about how to build habits into the experience Create documentation (user journeys, experience maps, etc. ) for use by the team to build consensus and facilitate conversations. Take product ideas and hone them into multiple solutions and concrete approaches, knowing when to make them pixel-perfect and when to make them low-fidelity. How should we present editorial guidance (content and information)?   Qualifications: Minimum of 4 years experience designing and building web / mobile consumer products, based on usage patterns, user feedback, and an evolving competitive landscape Experience working on cross-functional teams Excellent listening skills and an understanding of human-centered design practice A grasp of the core technologies and engineering challenges facing consumer products Best practices in Interaction design for web and cross-platform apps Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Strong mobile UX skills. Experience designing editorial content. A passion for parenting and The New York Times’ mission   This is an important and exciting moment to work at The Times. Our journalism has never been stronger, more relevant or more in demand. Our products lead the industry, and are used by millions of passionate and engaged users every month. And our strategy of providing journalism worth paying for has helped us rapidly grow our digital subscription and advertising businesses at the same time. This position is based in New York, NY #LI-AM1   The New York Times is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce, one that reflects the varied global community we serve. Our journalism and the products we build in the service of that journalism greatly benefit from a range of perspectives, which can only come from diversity of all types, across our ranks, at all levels of the organization. Achieving true diversity and inclusion is the right thing to do. It is also the smart thing for our business. So we strongly encourage women, veterans, people with disabilities, people of color and gender nonconforming candidates to apply.   The New York Times Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of an individual's sex, age, race, color, creed, national origin, alienage, religion, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation or affectional preference, gender identity and expression, disability, genetic trait or predisposition, carrier status, citizenship, veteran or military status and other personal characteristics protected by law. All applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to legally protected characteristics. .


DockYard, Inc.

Are you passionate about web development and would love a specialized position that lets you live and breathe HTML & CSS? Look no further! WHO WE ARE DockYard is a remote software consultancy based in Boston that specializes in web applications. We have in-house engineers, designers, developers, and project managers, and we are looking for an a HTML/CSS Specialist to join our growing team. You’ll work alongside talented individuals on groundbreaking projects for the world’s largest companies. WHAT WE DO We help ambitious companies transform new ideas into fully deployed web applications. Our clients range from seed funded and early stage startups, who depend on us to define and deliver business-critical workflows, to established enterprise companies seeking fresh perspective and deep expertise on new projects. Our workflow involves three steps. Designers hand off mockups to the HTML/CSS developers who then give styled templates to engineers. Traditionally writing HTML and CSS was the responsibility of designers or engineers, but with the rapid growth of HTML5 and CSS3, we believe that there needs to be a role within the team solely focused on those technologies. As an HTML & CSS developer at DockYard you will collaborate closely with our in-house Design and Engineering teams to facilitate the handoff between visual design and implementation. In addition to that, you will be challenged with helping drive the creation of web applications and solving interesting problems regarding accessibility, browser compatibility, standards compliance, and responsive design. LEVEL Mid-level LOCATION Remote (U. S. based only) EMPLOYMENT TYPE Full-time Exempt RESPONSIBILITIES Own the HTML & CSS development of modern web applications, operating between Design and Engineering teams. Assist in scoping, estimating, and planning for projects, in collaboration with the team lead. Participate in work review, pairing, or other forms of knowledge sharing. MUST HAVES Proficiency in HTML5 and CSS3 Understanding of industry best practices Understanding of BEM methodology Comfortable developing outside of any CSS frameworks (no Bootstrap, Foundation, etc. ) Excellent communication skills NICE TO HAVES Knowledge of PostCSS and SMACSS Familiarity with a11y practices Experience with Sketch and Git Prior client services, consulting, or freelancing experience Experience working in a remote team The ideal candidate is one who lives and breathes HTML & CSS, and continuously seeks to sharpen those skills, stays up to date with modern CSS techniques and emerging web standards, and strives to achieve clean, semantic, accessible markup. DockYard is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, political affiliation, personal appearance, pregnancy, family responsibilities, matriculation, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or local law.  This role is not eligible for visa sponsorship. .

Ember Developer

DockYard, Inc.

Join a team of passionate DockYarders to build user-experience focused Ember apps, large and small. WHO WE ARE DockYard is a 100% remote software consultancy that specializes in web applications. We have in-house designers, developers, and project managers, and we are looking for an Ember developer to join our growing team. You’ll work alongside talented individuals on groundbreaking projects for the world’s largest companies. WHAT WE DO We help ambitious companies transform new ideas into fully deployed web applications. Our clients range from seed funded and early stage startups, who depend on us to define and deliver business-critical workflows, to established enterprise companies seeking fresh perspective and deep expertise on new projects. The ideal candidate is a champion for diversity and inclusion, is self-driven, team-oriented, passionate about web technologies and industry best practices, and has experience designing complex frontend architectures using Ember. js. WHAT IT'S LIKE TO WORK HERE We offer a comprehensive benefit plan with a focus on providing an exceptional working environment.   Some of these benefits include: 100% Remote workforce 100% DockYard paid medical, dental, vision, life & AD&D starting Day 1 401(k) offered through Vanguard Substantial paid time off Conference & Laptop stipend LEVEL Mid to Senior LOCATION Remote (U. S. based only) EMPLOYMENT TYPE Full-time Exempt RESPONSIBILITIES Work independently or with other engineers to develop clean, elegant, and performant user experiences using industry best practices. Collaborate with designers, HTML & CSS specialists, backend engineers, stakeholders, and clients to understand business goals, analyze requirements, formulate solutions, and ensure the successful execution and delivery of the end product. Assist in scoping, estimating, and planning of projects. Participate in code review, pairing, and other forms of knowledge sharing. Some travel required.   MUST HAVES Proficiency in JavaScript Experience developing complex single page applications with Ember. js Excellent communication and collaboration skills Understanding of best practices for web development and software design.   NICE TO HAVES Rails Experience Prior client services, consulting, or freelancing experience Experience working in a remote team DockYard is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, political affiliation, personal appearance, pregnancy, family responsibilities, matriculation, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or local law.   This role is not eligible for visa sponsorship. .

The Dream Work Environment - Senior Developer (PHP/Laravel)

iPhone Photography School

Attention Senior Backend Developers: “Skyrocket Your Career As A Developer In The Dream Work Environment – By Joining This Leading Online Photography Resource!” You’ve finally found it…   The perfect work environment to skyrocket your career as a developer.   If you’re a talented, experienced and ambitious backend developer, then this page could literally change your life!   But only if you keep reading.   iPhone Photography School is the world’s no. 1 online photography resource. To stay at the top, we need to be excellent at everything we do, including development.   On the surface, our development needs look simple, but there's a lot more going on behind the scenes. In fact, our business is built upon complex development solutions that we've created from scratch.   Right now, we’re looking to expand our team with the best people so we can achieve even more.   To attract the most capable developers like you, we’ve created the dream work environment for building your career. 8 Reasons To Build Your Career As A Developer At iPhone Photography School   1. Solve Interesting Problems Most of our development solutions are built from scratch and are customized to our needs.   This includes our payment and upsell system, our online learning platform and iOS app, and our proprietary algorithms that decide how millions of dollars are spent on Facebook ads.   We have an AWS server set-up with load balancers, we use Docker and Circle CI for continuous integration, and we’ve got automated testing for everything.   The point is, you’ll never be bored working here.   2. Work With A Clean Codebase Tell me if this sounds familiar to you: a nice piece of code you’re trying to push seems to be breaking a different part of the system. As you open the problematic code, the first words you utter are “Who the **** wrote this?”   We don’t work like that.   We spent all of 2017 to clean up our codebase and rarely will you find better kept code. If we touch one part of the system, we make sure it still integrates perfectly with the rest.   This long-term approach saves you a lot of frustration and lets you focus on the problem at hand.   3. Endless Opportunities To Grow You love being a developer because you experience growth every single day. Each completed task comes with an exciting feeling that you’ve learned something new. This rush makes you want to jump on the next assignment and continue growing.   We get how important growth is for developers.   Want to master a new framework, tool or expand your skill set (e. g. , learn about AI and deep learning)? Find the appropriate online course and we’ll pay for it.   Want to use your new skills for real life solutions? We’ll encourage you to do it.   4. Get Expert Guidance Our developers are ninjas. But we don’t expect them to know everything. Even the best developers sometimes need expert help to complete the most challenging tasks.   If there’s something outside of our team’s comfort zone, we provide them with experienced mentors in the particular area.   Besides that, you can always get help from other people on the team. They know how to achieve almost anything with code.   Join our team, and you’ll get guidance from the top experts in the business.   5. Stay In Control Over Your Own Time Have you ever experienced this situation: your boss angrily asks you about a feature that had to be launched already… while you had no clue it was a priority?   You abandon all other tasks and end up working late in the evening to ship the feature – only for a new urgency to come up the next the day. . . And this cycle repeats itself again and again.   We do things a little differently. Because we use the scrum methodology, our developers know everything they’ll have to do in any given week in advance. And we stick to our plans.   This means you can schedule your time however you want, as long as you get the job done.   6. Work From Anywhere In The World We understand that the best developers like to work on their own terms. So you can do this job from anywhere in the world – including your home, our office in Latvia, or any paradise location!   If the initial collaboration turns out to be successful, our company will pay for a week-long trip to Latvia where you’ll meet the rest of our team and get acquainted with our company culture.   7. Stability You Can Count On Most startups have huge ambitions - and little or no revenue. If you've spent months or years of your life in an exciting new company that never really takes off, you already know how frustrating that can be.   Rather than burning investor money, iPhone Photography School is highly profitable and our growth is funded from our own revenue. We had explosive growth last year, and we will 2X our business again in the next 12 months.   You don't have to worry about the company running out of money.   8. Millions Of People Will Use Your Code Helping others is one of the most rewarding things you can do in life. While this is something that everyone should practice in their daily life, you can also do it while earning a living.   During the last 30 days alone our website has been visited by 2,063,297 different people, and this number is increasing rapidly as our impact continues to grow.   Your work will help millions of people take better photos and capture the beauty of the world. Here’s What We Expect From You…    You’re excellent at PHP    You’ve worked with Laravel, Rest APIs and LEMP    You've worked as a full-time developer for at least 3 years    You have a proven track record in building reliable IT systems    You want to participate in scrum teamwork    You have an excellent attention to detail Please only apply if you meet all these criteria. Other applications will not be considered. Click Here To Apply If you delay submitting your application, someone else will be hired before you. .

Product Designer

Ozmo, Inc.

Ozmo is a software company that builds products to solve all technology issues at scale. We build complex software that simplifies the support experience for consumers and support agents. Ozmo is seeking a product designer who is smart, curious, and loves the challenge of solving problems that improve people’s lives. You will collaborate with a fun and close-knit agile team to design, test, implement, and continuously iterate on new features and products for our customers. What's it like to work at Ozmo? We're a growing technology startup with a history of delivering innovative solutions. Ozmonauts share a common goal of helping people around the world master complex technology and we do this by creating best-in-class software solutions. We are innovators and technology lovers. We stay up-to-date on all of the latest devices and possess a deep love for learning. Being an Ozmonaut means being a part of something bigger than yourself and always, without fail, being willing to help others.    As a product designer in our Blacksburg, VA office, you will tackle complex problems and work to help our users feel more confident using technology through our support products. You will be involved end-to-end in the design process including creation of design concepts, developing interactive prototypes, devising and conducting experiments, and delivering applications that create measured value for our users. Great skills/traits to have as an Ozmo designer: End users first.  You keep the end users first in your work but understand that different voices within our business contribute to priorities. You work to solve our unique problems in a way that’s best for the people using the product. Curious.  You never forget there are people at the other end of the screen using our products. You love observing people and their habits. Empathy is one of your favorite words.   Strategic problem-solver.  You demonstrate and defend your process for arriving at design decisions. You never do something, “Because it looks good. " Team idea-tor.  You don’t stop at the first idea that comes to you. You know how to pull together a cross-functional team and lead a productive ideation session. Creating prototypes.  You can turn static wireframes and designs into interactive flows. You can scope and create prototypes for usability testing. You know showing is better than telling when it comes to UX. You like Framer and InvisionApp. Usability testing.  You know how to plan, set up, execute, and analyze usability tests. You like rainbow spreadsheets and making popcorn to watch recordings. You’re familiar with remote testing tools like usertesting. com as well as conducting in-person tests. Designing in systems.  You understand how design systems are built. You know when to follow and when to break established interaction patterns. You champion consistency, flexibility, and reuse. You like Atomic Design, pattern libraries, Sketch, and Zeplin. Code.  You know enough about HTML, CSS, and front-end frameworks that you can communicate with engineers. You know how to get your designs rock solid before release. You’re not afraid to open the web inspector to get it right. Spread the design love.  You champion design thinking in your company and help spread knowledge. You reinforce interest in maintaining a user-centric process. Perspective.  You bring your own perspective to the table. You don’t always just tell people what they want to hear. You have hobbies and interests outside of design that influence your style.   Smarty pants.  You have a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (Graphic Design, HCI, Visual Communication, UX Design, etc) or you have relevant agency or extensive UX and UI design experience.   Bonus skills: Experienced.  You have at least 3 years experience designing responsive web apps, websites and design systems for a SasS product. Support.  You have experience working with customer support systems and designing for customer support agents and support-seeking consumers. Agile.  You have worked in an Agile environment before. You know things like sprints and Scrum. Researcher.  You’ve had experience leading customer research and other open-ended research inquiries. Number-lover.  You have experience crunching numbers and manipulating benchmark data. You understand how to track and interpret metrics so that they can influence product decisions. Mobile designer.  You have some experience designing and launching Android and iOS apps. This is an onsite position at our headquarters in Blacksburg, VA. Ozmo offers relocation assistance for candidates and their families. Come learn why Blacksburg is consistently ranked as one of the best places to raise a family and enjoy the outdoors. ​You must be legally authorized to work in the US. .

Scrum Master

Capital One

In the Scrum Master role, you'll ensure your teams’ delivery success by leveraging the appropriate Agile methodology (Scrum/Kanban/etc. ) to enable predictable, quality delivery while maintaining a focus on the continuous improvement of the team. The Scrum Master will optimize team productivity by removing impediments that may obstruct the pursuit of the team's goals and by preserving flexibility and ability to rapidly respond to changes on the team. General Responsibilities: Ensures team(s) maintain focus on quality and continuous delivery Provides visibility into delivery targets, commitments and progress Understands and coaches the team on delivery controls/compliance to minimize operational/reputational risk Understands and supports the product and technical strategies Stays current on domain architecture and targets to identify upstream/downstream dependencies and to support the team in risk management Proactively identifies impediments and appropriately resolves using network of peers and formal channels (including escalation if required) Supports team’s automation (testing, pipelines, deployments)/DevOps journey Integrates Agile & Lean principles into team practices and work products Coaches PO/team on backlog refinement and prioritization Utilizes team feedback and metrics (quality, delivery rate, etc. ) to identify areas of opportunity and works with team to continuously improve Innovates with practices and frameworks through experimentation to improve the team and their delivery Understands and encourages team's engineering innovation and improvement (XP engineering practices, Dev Ops, etc. ) Coaches the team to improve collaboration and self-organization Acts as an Agile mentor/coach to other Scrum Masters or any Agile role Actively seeks and participates in a variety of learning opportunities such as Communities of Practice, conferences, classroom training and independent study to further develop self and community Basic Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree At least 2 years of Agile experience Preferred Qualifications: Certified Scrum Master  4+ years of experience facilitating Agile teams on technology projects  3+ years of experience using JIRA (or VersionOne) 4+ years of experience managing projects  3+ years of experience with Enterprise Architecture projects and Open Source activities 1+ year of exposure or experience with release train engineering .