Interviewstreet: UI Engineer

Posted by | November 18, 2011 | Web Professional Jobs Blog


Location: San Francisco


About Interviewstreet:
At Interviewstreet we’re working hard to fix the problem of hiring programmers – yes, the problem that’s been present for eternity. We host programming challenges and real-world problems (coming soon), rank programmers based on their skill-set and match them with relevant companies.
We’ve got thousands of programmers participating everyday and has been steadily growing since launch. Needless to say, big companies like Facebook (we power their careers page), Amazon and funded startups like Dropbox, Disqus use our product to screen and hire programmers.
UI Engineer:
When you’ve tons of users and a product that’s built by 4 hackers, naturally you’ve usability issues. We’re looking for a person who understands design (UX flows) and is able to transform it into code. This sort of person is typically worth his/her weight in gold :), we understand that and offer competitive pay!
We’ve the data (lots in fact) and your role would be to design the product that would increase engagement amongst programmers and help companies find their best match easily. We’ve tons of ideas and would love to hear from you as well. You’d play a key role in the small team in setting up the way Interviewstreet is viewed and used by users.  
You should be willing to relocate to the San Francisco area, and have front-end coding ability (CSS/HTML), in addition to reasonable aesthetic intuition and the know-how to set up a proper A/B test.
Send a portfolio link to Please indicate the one project that you think represents your best work and include one suggestion (with reasoning) that we can use to make the site better. Use the subject line prefix [UX/UI Engineer].
Interviewstreet goal: To solve technical hiring by creating better ways to find and screen great programmers for companies.
We’re backed by Y-combinator (Summer ’11) and have some of the most prominent angels and VC’s on the board to help us disrupt the recruitment industry.

To apply: E-mail your portfolio to

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