Clipboard Health

Connects healthcare facilities with nurses nearby.

Product Designer at Clipboard Health

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3+ years
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About the role

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We exist to lift as many people as possible up the socioeconomic ladder. The average nursing assistant without a college degree makes $36k a year; the average nursing assistant on Clipboard Health makes $53k a year and the top 5% make $74k a year. We dramatically improve lives by letting healthcare professionals turn extra time & ambition into career growth. We have some healthcare professionals texting us photos of a car they were finally able to buy, while others send pictures of a school & church they’re building in their native Haiti with money they earn here, and more.

We’re a profitable post Series B startup that's part of the Top 100 YC Companies. We’ve grown 6x (across all key metrics) in the last 11 months and need your help to keep growing to serve more healthcare professionals, healthcare facilities, and patients.

Your responsibilities:

Own the product design of our products Break down complex ideas into simple, elegant and user-centric solutions Own our brand imaging and messaging Create intuitive, seamless and delightful experiences for our customers


BA/BS in Design or related field 5+ years experience working in a design role Experience with Graphic Design tools (Adobe Suite: Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign, Sketch) Ability to be self-directed, self-motivated, organized and disciplined Flexible and agile Strong understanding of mobile + web best practices To be considered, please provide a link to your online portfolio.

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Why you should join Clipboard Health

At Clipboard Health (YC W17) we work with healthcare facilities such as hospitals, assisted living facilities, and rehab centers to provide on-demand nursing staff. We are a fully remote team that is humble and hardworking. We think this is the best way to improve a ton of lives. Nurses will have better schedules and shorter commutes, and patients will receive better care.