228 day(s) ago

Project Evaluator, UI/UX Design vacancy at Springboard

Negotiable salary


Remote worker location: Worldwide
English: Advanced, Upper Intermediate, Native Speaker
Experience: 5+ years
Employment: Full-time

Springboard

United States, San Francisco
Online, part-time bootcamps that get you job-ready in 6-9 months.

The new economy needs a new approach to education. Education is no longer a one-time investment at the beginning of one's career, it's a lifelong pursuit. At Springboard, we offer an educational experience that empower our students to thrive in this new world order.

We believe that each of us is unique, so are our learning needs. The ideal learning experience should be designed to fit our life’s pace, with support from advisors and mentors who understand us. We believe that education should prepare us for the real world, and that working on meaningful projects under the guidance of industry experts is one of the best ways to get there.

We know that learning is hard work, and we are here to support you at every step -- student success is our first priority. We have an amazing community of students, mentors and alumni.

General overview of the role

We’re expanding our UI/UX Design Career Track services to support successful outcomes for our students. Design Project Evaluator will evaluate student work based on research-backed rubrics and hireability criteria. This is a unique opportunity to put your expertise into action to impact the lives of hundreds of students. The ideal candidate has current experience hiring entry level designers, strong technical design skills, and a deep understanding of the design industry.

Responsibilities

Evaluate a mix of design deliverables (i.e, case studies, hi-fi mockups, etc) with attention to detail and focus on hireability (ability to get an entry-level job in the field)
Provide detailed and actionable feedback informed by Springboard’s rubrics Ensure timely review and response of student submissions within a minimum time commitment of 5-10 hours per week
Escalate at risk students through appropriate channels and Program Manager

Requirements

Current design lead or hiring manager with extensive experience reviewing design portfolios, case study writing, and visual design presentations
Have at least 5 years of design work experience, and a high quality portfolio showcasing your UI and UX skills
Have experience critiquing work, in particular giving meaningful feedback on the UX design process and visual/UI design.
Excellent UI and UX technical skills
Excellent written communication skills
Ability to give detailed and actionable feedback
Ability to meet deadlines within tight timelines
Knowledge in UI/UX Design industry needs, trends, and employability
Willingness to take objective stance and advocate for improving the current process
Bonus: experience working in education, learning development, or edtec

Other information

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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