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### Salary\n\nUSD 50-70 k/annum, equity 0.1% - 1.0% equity - Remote OK\n\nTryForge.com (by Pathship) is a platform that connects people to mentors for professional development. After a successful MVP launch where over 300 businesses organically signed up to use our platform, we are maturing as a business. \n\nWe are looking for a UX designer to optimise our customer conversion cycle and help deliver life-changing learning sessions to professionals across the globe.\n\nYou’ll work with a dynamic, global team from a variety of backgrounds dedicated to making every person valuable in the world of tomorrow.\n\n### Title\nUX Lead\n\n### Hours/Location\nLake Tahoe, Remote OK\n\n## Requirements\n### Experience\nAt least 3 years experience in a production environment web application and experience in the following: Conversion Optimization, Prototyping, Wireframing, User Research and Interviewing, User Testing\n\n## Responsibilities\n* Optimize Customer Lifecycle Funnel\n* Design marketing pages in order to deliver value to potential customers\n* Help our experts and mentors provide valuable learning experiences to users through discover (search), profile (offerings/products) and workspace (learning space) UX patterns and flows\n* Advise on Product Marketing from a UX perspective


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