Do you love executing beautifully designed mockups into engaging user experiences? Are you a passionate design nerd that stays on top of the everchanging technology landscape? Do you nitpick the smallest details? If so, you might be the right fit for us!
We're looking for a Front-End Designer to join our growing team in the Sacramento area. You'll work with the creative and product teams to expand our online presence, push the boundaries of what we do within our cross-platform application, and engage our growing athlete-base. If you have great ideas, a portfolio of beautifully executed solutions, and "get shit done," we'd love to talk.
Take a look at our design structure to get a better picture of what our Front-End Designers are responsible for.
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Requirements for Consideration
You tell us what you want to get paid. We are looking for experienced and talented designers. The higher salary you request, the more we'll expect out of you (funny how that works).
Do I have to be a cyclist to apply?
Absolutely not! While we encourage you to ride to better understand our athletes and audience, it's not a requirement for employment.
What is UNLIMITED vacation?
We believe employees do their best work when they are happy and engaged. If it's 3pm and you're fried, we encourage you to go home and rest up. It does no good to sit and stare at the computer screen if nothing positive is coming out of it.
Employees generally shoot for around four weeks of REAL vacation time, but some take more, and some take less. All we care about is productivity and happiness. We want people who are passionate and get things done. If you meet those requirements, everything else works itself out.
That being said, if you end up taking massive amounts of vacation, come in late, leave early, and aren't producing outstanding work, we're going to have a problem.
Excited about TrainerRoad?
Please send us your resume, online portfolio, salary requirements, and include "Design 4 Life" at the top of your application, email, or cover letter.
This helps weed out anyone who is just shotgunning their resume to every job posting they can find. We want talented, detail-oriented folks. Are you that person?
We look forward to hearing from you!