Vosbor is a next generation commodity trading platform. We are in beta with the leading players in the industry and supported by top tier Silicon Valley VCs.
By making markets more accessible and more transparent, we ensure that food moves more efficiently from where there is surplus to where there is shortage.
If you are interested in helping us build the infrastructure for the future of food security, then we’d love to hear from you!
Illustrate complex solutions covering different user flows by preparing top-quality designs from ideation to implementation
Work on the UX & UI of both Web and Mobile platform ensuring they are consistent and work together as a coherent suite of products
Participate in the internal workshops, gather knowledge about use cases and business context, brainstorm on concepts and solutions
Present and validate your design solutions, clearly explain ideas and design directions you propose
Demonstrate critical thinking and direct communication skills when working with the stakeholders
Keeping a clean structure of created designs ie. keeping Figma files well organized, maintaining design system etc.
3+ years of experience working as a Product Designer
Top-notch portfolio of Web and Mobile applications’ designs (eg. Behance or Dribbble)
Mastery in Figma
Passion for products, their user experience and interfaces, being up to date with design trends on the market
Excellent proficiency in English
Graphic design degree is a big plus
What we offer
Do something meaningful; build the market infrastructure for the future of food security
Competitive salary 4,000 - 5,000 EUR net on a service contract (B2B)
Remote work, with monthly meetups in Poland, Netherlands and other EU countries
International work environment and flat organisation
Fast moving, challenging and unique business problems
Great career development opportunities in a growing company (incl. ESOP potential)
Possibility for relocation and international transfers mid-career, if of interest
Flexible working hours
Want to apply?
Know that we make quick decisions
We keep the number of interviews small (just 2 with an assignment)