Propel your user experience design career with ThoughtFarmer, an award-winning knowledge management and collaboration tool used by hundreds of organizations around the globe to make work better. We’re redefining the way organizations work and this is your chance to become a part of the next generation of product innovations.
You are someone who knows that “simple, intuitive, useful” are little words that take big effort to achieve. You have a passion for creating new kinds of user experiences that will help people work better. You are intrigued by how collaboration can work inside organizations and are excited about the UX design challenges product design brings. You're looking for a place that values your career as much as your contributions, offering you opportunities for mentorship, career development, and skill development.
As a User Experience Designer, you will:
You have great interpersonal skills and an ability to solve complex problems and think creatively. You're keen to learn new methods, and you keep on top of emerging trends in user-centred design methodologies and web application development. You're also open to considering different approaches to solving problems.
Why work at ThoughtFarmer?
At ThoughtFarmer, you’ll work with talented people and global brands like Oxfam, The Guardian, Cummins, Mountain Equipment Coop, Fokker, YVR, and United States Geological Survey. We offer competitive wages for staff, overtime pay (yes, you read that right—overtime pay), and great benefits. We also offer lots of perks like a fully stocked kitchen, a casual dress code, ample opportunities for growth and learning, as well as monthly staff events like go-karting, zip-lining, and massage.
How to apply
Send your resume to careers @ thoughtfarmer.com. In your cover letter, please describe a recent design challenge you faced and how you solved it.
Only candidates that meet the minimum requirements will be considered. No phone calls please. Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada. High-five if you read and adhere to the small print.
Job Type: Full-time