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UX/UI Designer - Contract - £350+ pd

UX/UI Designer - Contract - £350+ pd

Job Title: UX/UI Designer - Contract - £350+ pd
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Cambridge
Industry:
Salary: £50k - 60k per year + stock options
Reference: UXPharm1
Contact Name: Hector Wheatley
Job Published: January 10, 2019 10:45

Job Description

SoCode are proud to be working with an established, and fast-growing technology startup. After a successful round of funding and a detailed roadmap for at least the next two years, the company are going through a period of growth. They already have key releases lined up for January onwards, and ideally the successful candidate would be looking to join mid-late January of 2019. Once these are finished there will be a period of strategy talks about how best to progress, with the chance to put one’s own creative mark on the business.

The company’s software helps pharmaceutical businesses save money by streamlining some of the longer, more drawn out processes that go into drug development.

Based on the Cambridge Science Park, my client is offering brilliant working conditions in a state-of-the-art facility. Flexibility and autonomous working is very much the environment the client is looking to maintain. Creativity and an ability to think outside the box would also be ideal.

Although agile is used when possible, due to regulation waterfall becomes necessary around release date. Therefore, an ability to work in both environments would be useful.

The company plans to develop an application later down the line so experience in this remit would also be beneficial.

Criteria:

  • Ideally, we are looking for someone who can bring a bit more strength to the front-end development side of the business, as this is something that the company currently lacks
  • At the same time the candidate will possess a strong eye for detail and, have a design mindset
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Experience in a similar position, especially in a startup environment (non-essential)

Benefits:

  • Flexible working (getting the job done is more important than working long hours)
  • 25 days holiday
  • Stock options (EMI)