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Designer (UX/UI, Visual)

Piecewise
Greater NYC Area
1 day ago
At Piecewise, we’re redesigning the student loan repayment experience. We’re looking for a designer to work with our incredible frontend developer on bringing our ideas and a better student loan repayment experience to life. You should have experience bringing products from brainstorm to wireframe and working with frontend developers on bringing function and aesthetic appeal to the product. The ideal candidate has also worked with icons, illustrations, and building brand identity. You should be comfortable working with and referring to frontend libraries to streamline development. You should design with responsiveness and multiple platforms in mind. Experience with transitions and animation is definitely a plus.

UI/UX Developer, Revenue Operations

Justworks
Greater NYC Area
1 day ago
+37
Justworks is seeking a front end developer to join our team. As a successful candidate, you have demonstrated the ability to translate the UI/UX design wireframes to actual code. You’ve worked with Apex and Salesforce.com’s Aura Framework. You love to take on complex problems and will help create and maintain UI, automation, and systems that will directly impact our ability to generate new revenue. We work with a variety of client facing and internal tools in a variety of languages and we want you to be excited about learning/contributing to all of it.

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UI/UX Designer

Teampay
Greater NYC Area
1 week ago
+16
Has a passion for visual design and especially UI/UX. Building an intuitive and functional interface for a complex financial application certainly isn't a cake walk, and many of our customers are more concerned about functionality + efficiency than beautiful UIs. Has a proven design process: You enjoy gathering anecdotes and artifacts from customers, collecting behavioral patterns, walking through the user journey, developing wireframes and prototypes, testing them with customers, and iterating from the beginning all over again. Is able to work a functional, wireframe level, as well as delivering production-ready UI components that are ready for implementation. Has the desire to work and thrive in a small team environment. You will be working directly with the product and engineering to turn ideas into reality.

Compliance Manager

Revolut
Greater NYC Area
1 week ago
+19
The Regulatory Compliance team brings Revolut’s commitment to improving all aspects of finance to risk management. We are far more data-led than similar functions within other companies; our team has both a strong understanding of regulatory requirements and also the ability to find solutions and carry out testing in a purely digital environment. 

Technical Project Manager

Teampay
Greater NYC Area
3 weeks ago
+16
As a Technical Project Manager at Teampay, you will interface with our internal product team and external partners to provide a seamless integration experience for our customers. Your experience managing large scale, projects specifically within the information management, data management and customer data integration space will be vital as you orchestrate complex projects with multiple, geographically diverse, cross-functional stakeholders, team members, and peers. Organized collaboration will be key as you guide varying projects from start to completion.

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