Headquartered in Los Angeles / Remote Friendly
What we do
At BuildOps, we are on a mission to bring the latest technology to the people who keep America’s hospitals, power plants and commercial real estate running. And we are privileged to work closely with some of the country’s top commercial electrical, plumbing and HVAC contractors in developing this comprehensive platform.
That’s why we’re looking for a talented UX/UI Designer to help us to serve a historically underserved industry. You’ll shape our products from concept to implementation by understanding our users’ needs and translating them into usable and beautiful designs.
Who we are looking for
We’re looking for a high-caliber UX/UI Designer with superior visual and interaction design skills.
We’re looking for a designer with experience and proficiency in Sketch, Abstract, and InVision.
And we’re looking for a designer who thrives in a highly collaborative environment.
What you’ll do
You’ll design user experiences in a range of fidelities, from whiteboard sketches, wireframes, flow diagrams, to finished designs.
You’ll be part of a close-knit team that will transform the existing BuildOps platform and defines how our software looks and feels through the implementation of a comprehensive design system for desktop, tablet, and mobile.
Your work will include designing, refining, documenting, and implementing the components, modules, and templates of this system.
You’ll work directly with a motivated and supportive team of design leadership, stakeholders and customers to progressively implement these changes.
You’ll play a key role in tactical implementation as we bring this system to reality with our front-end engineering team.
Read more about BuildOps
We are excited to be included in Built In LA’s 50 Startups to Watch in 2020 and have been mentioned in quite a few recent articles in the press:
“BuildOps is unique because it addresses the problem of efficiency in construction for an often-overlooked audience. Rather than focusing on large projects, or catering to owners, they look to the needs of technician-heavy subcontracting firms working in the commercial space.”
“The new financing will be used to support the company’s continued growth. BuildOps sells software that integrates scheduling, dispatching, inventory management, contracts, workflow and accounting into a single software package for commercial real estate contractors with staff ranging from a few dozen to several hundred employees.”
In a statement, [former NFL superstar] Joe Montana noted that his firm (Liquid 2 Ventures) has an investment thesis in supporting America’s working class… “I just love the idea of making their lives far easier and better,” he said. With BuildOps, “you have one solution that does it all and talks seamlessly to every single part of their business from parts to ordering to inventory and more.”
Wall Street Journal [Paywall]
BuildOps, the Santa Monica, California, startup that provides software for real estate subcontractors was seeded with $5.8 million in funding from investors including Fika Ventures, MetaProp VC, Global Founders Capital, CrossCut Ventures, TenOneTen, IGSB, 1984 Ventures, Liquid 2 Ventures and Ground Up Ventures.