About Juniper Square

Our mission is to make the world’s private capital markets more efficient, transparent, and accessible. Privately owned assets like commercial real estate make up half of our financial ecosystem yet remain inaccessible to most people. We are digitizing these markets and as a result bringing access to millions who don’t currently benefit from one of the most productive corners of our financial ecosystem. If you care about making the world a better place by making markets work better through technology—all while contributing as a member of a values-driven organization—we want to hear from you. We’ve tripled our team in each of the past three years while maintaining an excellent culture and staying true to our values. We are well-funded and building for the long-term, and are on track to triple our headcount again this year. We need YOU to help us achieve our mission.

About your role

Juniper Square is looking for a creative and hands-on product designer who can help establish our product design function. As a senior member of our product development organization, you'll be involved in a wide range of activities, from customer research and product roadmap decisions, to designing and shipping new product features. You'll lead your own product development projects from start to finish, and also create design standards and resources that ensure design quality and consistency across our product development efforts.

What you'll do

  • Working with colleagues from our product, sales, and customer success teams to understand customer needs
  • Designing innovative product solutions to customer goals, with a focus on ease-of-use, simplicity, and capability
  • Creating specifications, wireframes, visual mockups, and/or prototypes as needed, depending on the project
  • Collaborating with engineers to realize your designs in software
  • Defining and maintaining the design language and style guide for Juniper Square's web and mobile products
  • Leading usability testing efforts as needed
  • Collaborating with other team members by providing design feedback and guidance

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree and 4+ years of experience on product or user experience teams for web or mobile applications
  • Excellent portfolio of desktop and mobile design work, ideally with examples of web-based enterprise software
  • Comfort working at a range of levels, from developing new product concepts to creating pixel-perfect mockups
  • Ability to make complex business tasks easy through user-centered design
  • Exceptional listening skills; strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Empathy for customers, and passion for helping them
  • Self-starter personality and comfort with ambiguity
  • Experience managing usability research projects is a plus

Benefits

  • Competitive salary and meaningful equity
  • Health, dental, and vision care for you and your family
  • Unlimited vacation policy and paid holidays
  • Generous paid family leave, medical leave, and bereavement leave policies
  • 401k retirement savings plan
  • Healthcare FSA and commuter benefits programs
  • Freedom to customize your work and technology setup as you see fit
  • Professional development stipend
  • Monthly work from home wellness stipend while we're all remote
  • Mental wellness coverage including live coaching and therapy sessions

At Juniper Square, we're building a company where all kinds of people from all walks of life are valued and respected. We encourage people from underrepresented backgrounds to apply. If you think this job sounds like you, come join us! We’d love to hear from you.

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