Are you in +/- 6hrs from GMT-05 (US CT)? If yes, please continue reading. We’re looking for someone passionate and excited to create beautiful, impactful world-class products that enable millions of people to communicate better. In particular, someone that can build prototypes, conduct user interviews, run usability tests, interpret user behavior, and perform market research. Your role is to help us understand what our users need, how they think, how they behave, their pains, and opportunities. We are looking for someone with great attention to detail (whether in low-fi prototypes of pixel-perfect screens), high empathy, and obsessed with human behavior. Currently we use Figma for design and prototyping, as well as a few other tools for testing.
• Manage and conduct user research and concept development • Lead users throughout the process of proposing, wireframing, and implementing UX improvements • Work closely with marketing and product management teams to identify research topics • Plan and implement the overall user research strategy and methods
Tribe is a remote-first and video-first environment for teams. We’re solving for presence, immediacy, spontaneity, serendipity, belonging. We’re currently in a private beta and just closed our seed round with two great firms.
We work hard, extreme transparency, respectfully, openly, and in a humane way. This is a marathon and not a sprint and we don't want anyone to burn out. That said, we want to push the limits of your professional capacity. Obviously, we use Tribe a lot internally for our work :).
The team is fully distributed (now and forever) and currently consists of four senior full-stack engineers, product designer, a technologist cofounder/CEO playing the roles of CTO/product owner, and a cofounder with proven tech/business experience. Now that we’ve closed our seed round, we’re looking for the dream team for the next 18 months and beyond.
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