• User Interface Designer - Finland

    Job Locations FI-Helsinki, Finland
    Job ID
    2018-3015
    Category
    R&D
    Position Type
    Permanent Employee - Full-Time
  • Position Summary

    User Interface Designer - Helsinki

     

    Do you want to have a meaningful job that makes a difference? Do you want to challenge yourself and learn new business area?

    CRF Health is a global leader in Mobile Health Solutions for Clinical Trials. We are looking for a User Interface Designer for a full-time position.

    You will have your own products to work with. You will be working daily with Product Manager, other designers and developers.

    The ideal candidate should have an eye for clean and minimalistic design, possess superior UI design skills and be able to translate high-level requirements into interaction flows and screen designs. You will work in a team of UX professionals who are based in Helsinki, Finland and Iasi, Romania. We value collaborative design and agile working methods.

    And to find out more about what others say about this "Finnish Unicorn" follow the link in to a recent report concerning the sale of CRF Health, by Vitruvian, to GenStar - who also own Bracket. CRF Health and Bracket have now merged taking company of 650 people company to 1500!

     

    The article talks about the “Unicorn story”. The success story of CRF Health and the merge between Bracket and CRF Health can be described as the "4th Unicorn ever grown from this country" and demonstrates that CRF Health is a company established in Finland by Finnish nationals and one of the the most successful startups in Finland. Our R&D continues in Finland and we see the story as only just beginning.

     

    • Three or more years of commercial experience, post graduation
    • UI design skills with a strong portfolio which you can present to us
    • Solid experience in creating wireframes, prototypes, user flows and screen designs for mobile and web

     

    Responsibilities

    • Create detailed wireframes, clickable prototypes, user flows and screen designs to effectively communicate interaction and design ideas
    • Participate into CRF Health common design guidelines, best practices and standards creation work to maintain one consistent look & feel throughout the CRF Health products and services
    • Graphical UI components creation
    • Participating and preparing needed screens and clickable prototype for usability testing’s
    • Working daily with developers following agile/scrum development process

     

    Requirements

    • Three or more years of experience
    • UI design skills with a strong portfolio
    • Solid experience in creating wireframes, prototypes, user flows and screen designs for mobile and web
    • Experience using Adobe software such as XD, Photoshop and Illustrator
    • Good graphics design skills with extreme attention to detail
    • Able to design and deliver responsive components and assets for implementation and adding those into style guide as needed

     

    About CRF Health

    Global Leader in eCOA Solutions

     

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    CRF Health is a global leader in eCOA (electronic Clinical Outcome Assessments) solutions for the life sciences industry. eCOA encompasses PROs (Patient Reported Outcomes), ObsROs (Observer Reported Outcomes) and ClinROs (Clinician or Rater Reported Outcomes) with outstanding project management focused on delivering value for our customers.  Committed to driving the change to higher quality outcomes and more efficient paper-free clinical trials through improved patient engagement, our intuitive and patient-focused eCOA technology helps companies bring new medicines to market quickly, safely and more cost-effectively. Our complete eCOA solutions are ideal for home and site-based phase I-IV clinical trials across the world for many therapeutic areas and patient populations.  More information can be found on our website.  

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