Disrupting one of the biggest industries in the world
CosmEthics is a small company using big data to challenge the ethics of the zillion-dollar cosmetics industry. CosmEthics uses the power of apps, communities and smart recommendations. To strengthen our team, we are looking for a full time native App developer to join our passionate team.
Your responsibility is to develop the UX and design for the CosmEthics native iOS app. This includes wireframing and graphics design. We have an MVP ready as an HTML5 App. This includes porting the existing design, adding new features and polishing it to V1.0. This is a start-up position, so your role will evolve as the company develops: maintaining our product, introducing new UX features, and possibly designing our Android app.
What we're looking for
References include at least one app deployed on the iOS App Store
Ability to translate concept designs into user interfaces on mobile devices
Ability to work on graphic design elements, photoshop and presentation material in addition to UX work
Self-driven and able to work well in a “Lean start-up” environment
What we offer
This is an exciting job in an early stage, angel funded start-up. This means, a lot of responsibility, ownership and independent work. Little bureaucracy and fast iteration cycles means you can focus on building the product, and see it in action right away. You get to develop yourself, learn new skills, and work with a cool team. Naturally, we offer a competitive salary (a possible option program) and working in our city-center office in Helsinki.
How to apply
Send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your CV or Linked‐in profile.
CosmEthics is a Helsinki based start-up with the mission to change the cosmetics industry. Our app gives the consumer a simple tool to make healthier choices. Our vision is to become the #1 decision-making tool for product purchases. CosmEthics has recently closed an investment round, and was selected as one of Arctic 15s top 30 most promising start-ups in Nordics in 2014. www.cosmethics.com