Collectors is the leading creator of innovative technology that provides value-added services for collectors worldwide. We grade, authenticate, vault and sell millions of record-setting collectibles, all while modernizing and digitalizing the process to further our mission of helping collectors pursue their passions. We’re always on the lookout for talented people to join our growing team.

Our services span collectible coins, trading cards, Funko Pops!, video games, event tickets, autographs, and memorabilia. Our subsidiaries include PSA, PCGS, WATA, Card Ladder, and the Long Beach Expo collectibles trade show. Since our founding in 1986, we have graded and authenticated millions of items. We employ more than 1,700 people across our headquarters in Santa Ana and offices in Jersey City, Seattle, Hong Kong, Paris, Shanghai, and Tokyo.

We’re transforming the collecting experience with technology that brings authentication, grading, and trading into the modern era. Our products are equalizing the playing field by providing tools that make complex research analytics — including pricing, scarcity reports, and historic sales data — accessible to every collector, old or new. Our product & engineering mission is to democratize technology while promoting innovation, collaboration, and continuous learning throughout the organization. 

Product and Design: Our Product and Design teams are helping to create a seamless user experience across various platforms to provide the most trusted services and delightful experiences for grading, protecting, managing, buying, selling, and sharing collectibles. Our grading operation processes millions of collectibles a year and serves as a research hub for collectors across collectible categories. By leading the standards in the collectibles industry, we have earned customer trust that we can leverage across our expanding product offerings such as Vault and PSA Vault.

Team Overview

We are looking for a Design Engineer to join our team of designers who can design polished UI and write production Flutter code. The ideal candidate should have a deep passion for front end development, design, craft, and be energized in a fast-paced environment.

Part of building a successful team is having an inclusive workplace where all people and ideas are welcome. We leverage tools to get anonymous feedback and celebrate the work of our peers. Additionally, we believe strongly in providing opportunities for talent mobility & experimentation in your job with other parts of the team and company.  We focus on delivering strong business results with key metrics to track our successes and failures. We like to have fun, celebrate our wins, and learn from our mistakes. 

*Remote or hybrid candidates will be considered. We believe that there is significant value in in-person collaboration. If you live within a 1 hour commuting distance to one of our offices, you will be required to be onsite most of the time. This will be discussed further as part of the recruiting process. 

What You’ll Do:

As a mobile design engineer at Collectors, you will report to the director of design and partner with the design, product, and engineering team to bring joy and craft into our mobile experiences. 

  • Partner with the design and research teams to quickly build prototypes to test concepts internally and externally.
  • Establish, evolve, and maintain design foundations, systems, and patterns for the team, setting the bar for quality and consistency. 
  • Collaborate with design, product, and engineering to light up craft and delight into our production mobile experiences.
  • Work with and mentor feature engineers on design best practices, and help unblock designs or interactions within a specific feature.

What We’re Looking For

Above all we’re looking for someone who deeply cares about craft, polish, and delight in user experiences - and has work, whether side projects or company projects, to back it up with. 

  • 3+ years of Flutter experience
  • Skills and understanding of good product design (layout, padding, type, color).
  • Perfectionism and obsession in the work you ship, getting every detail right.
  • Experience working closely with a design and a product team.
  • Someone who is energized by close collaboration and in-person work.
  • High understanding of Flutter components, experience building and maintaining a design system, and evangelizing the systems across teams. 
  • Examples of highly polished side projects, whether shipped or simply concepted.
  • Can reduce complex problems down to simple design solutions.
  • A passion for collecting is a plus.

Salary Range: The salary range for this position is $135,549 - $220,067. Actual compensation on this range varies based on a variety of non-discriminatory factors, including location, job level, prior experience, and skill set.

Reasons To Join Us:

  • Health Insurance: All full-time employees are eligible to enroll in Medical, Dental, and Vision
  • 401(K) Matching Plan: We are proud to offer a competitive 401k matching plan to our employees to support their future financial goals
  • Flexible Vacation: All salaried employees are eligible for flexible time-off.
  • Holiday Pay: All regular, full-time employees are eligible for ten company paid holidays
  • Employee Discounts: Employees receive discounts on select grading services for approved submissions
  • Flexible Hours: Many of our teams offer flexible schedules with varying shifts and will work with you to accommodate your needs
  • Fun Working Environment: Our team members are invited to participate in celebrations, holiday events, and team building activities
  • Additional Benefits: Full-time employees are eligible for fertility, commuter, and educational assistance benefits
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We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, national origin, gender, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital or parental status, disability, veteran status, or other class protected by applicable law. We believe that a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills will better service the diverse community of collectors we support.

If you require an accommodation to apply or interview with us due to a disability or special need, please email people@collectors.com. 

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