Pathcore is a Toronto-based software company specializing in data management and workflow software for digital pathology. We offer a browser-based platform for managing, viewing and annotating pathology images as well as all associated metadata and other digital content.
Pathcore is looking for a talented, energetic product designer to join us on a part-time basis. The ideal candidate will work closely with engineering, marketing and sales teams to translate feature ideas into aesthetically pleasing and effective designs and workflows (UI/UX). As a product designer you will be involved in every aspect of the product development cycle, from initial user research to developing beautiful user interfaces. If you enjoy solving challenging problems, ant to make an impact in healthcare and cancer informatics, like keeping up with the latest technology, and have strong design instincts and follow-through, we’d love to meet with you!
This position is part-time with flexible hours depending on your availability. You are welcome to work remotely, but every now and then you may need to visit the office.
Collaborate with the Engineering team on outlining user flows and prototyping initial wireframes
Produce intuitive and beautiful user interfaces for web, mobile, iOS and desktop applications
Run user testing to inform design decisions
Communicate design solutions with the engineering team during development
3+ years professional design experience
An impressive portfolio showcasing your UI skills and understanding of user flows
Proficiency with contemporary design tools, including Figma, Sketch, etc.
Ability to clearly communicate your design specs to the engineering team
Experience with various forms of user research such as surveys, interviews, and usability testing
At least 3 years of experience in similar roles
Past experience in microscopy, digital pathology or laboratories equipment
Past experience in cancer biology, diagnostics and treatment
Past experience in software and or IT fields
A competitive salary
Medical and health benefits may be extended