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UX Designer    [details]
Job ID #86 • Posted Aug 31, 2018 • Contract length: FTE
Job Detail: UX Designer
Job ID #86 • Posted Aug 31, 2018 • Contract length: FTE

We are seeking a UX Designer who can take on a wide variety of tasks: wireframing, UX flows, user research, low-to-high fidelity mockups. This is a great opportunity for a designer who wants a wide bench of experience for real in-production software products. The designer should have an eye for quality, the skills to simplify complex problems, and ability to successfully advocate on user's behalf.

The designer will be part of a team tasked with creating an application fueling massive operational efficiency, cost savings, and revenue growth for hospital customers while also improving the overall patient experience. Ideally the designer should know front-end coding (CSS, HTML, JavaScript) and implementation skills.


  • Working with designers, developers, product owners, and other key partners
  • Keeping current on trends in UX and design and how those trends can best be  implemented in a modern web application
  • Designing for responsive desktop and mobile web experiences
  • Traveling will be expected to hospitals to shadow and interview healthcare providers, both in hospital and emergency room settings


  • Bachelors degree in Interaction Design, HIT, Experience Design, Graphic Design, or equivalent Experience with implementing design
  • A can-do attitude
  • Creative problem-solving skills
  • Passion for new technology and a strong customer focus
  • A strong portfolio that shows common UX scenarios and an ability to discuss them
  • HTML, CSS, and some JavaScript would be very helpful
  • Experience with React would be a big plus
  • Working and designing in an area where data may have acute privacy concerns (HIPAA)
  • Passion to learn new things and thrive off short feedback loops along with the ability to dive into the nitty gritty details