The Arnhold Institute seeks to reduce health inequities via innovative research and products. We are seeking a front-end engineer to build intuitive interfaces for our product portfolio, including our global health product, ATLAS. The front-end engineer will be the lead for translating prototypes from our design team into an elegant and usable product. The front-end engineer must have industry experience and have meticulous attention to detail to deliver the best experience possible for our users.
Maintain graphic standards and branding throughout the product’s interface.
Promote usability best practices.
Stay up-to- date on emerging technologies.
Email the following documents to email@example.com with the title "Front-end engineer application":
A resume (2 pages max)
Link to your open source software repository
A link to what you consider your most important front-end project with a paragraph why
The names and contact information of two professional references.
About the Arnhold Institute for Global Health
Health equity is one of the greatest challenges of our times. We believe that access to quality healthcare for people and communities is a fundamental human right. The data science and product teams develop technologies to close the health inequity gap in the US and globally. The ATLAS product focuses on creating high-quality sub-national data in developing countries where missing data is a tremendous driver of inequity. Besides our mission, there are several reasons to consider joining us:
The opportunity to build a transformative effort from the ground up and leave a legacy for those that will follow in your footsteps.
Access to world-class designers, system engineers, and health scientists to drive high-impact interdisciplinary work.
We are located in the historic NY Academy of Medicine right next to Central Park on Fifth Avenue. Many of our team members conduct walking meetings in the Park!
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