There’s the typical job: Punch in, report to cubicle, waste time in meetings, punch out, repeat until vacation. Then there’s work at Coradine. Where you’re encouraged to explore uncharted ideas and innovation, to maximize your own potential and to decide how and where your time is spent. Because around here, we reward you for the results you create, not the seat you keep warm.

Coradine has been developing software tools for pilots for over 17 years with tens of thousands of users globally. We have a small, but dedicated, engineering team with mighty plans to further delight our customers. As a Chief Designer on our team you’ll have the opportunity to contribute to Coradine’s success by applying your experience to our various initiatives building advanced aviation software.

We have offices in Portland Oregon, and also welcome remote working from Oregon, Washington, Colorado, and outside the United States.

As our Chief Designer you will work closely with the Engineering, Marketing, and Business teams, on every aspect of design at Coradine to create experiences that are delightful, easy-to-use, and deliver on our mission of helping pilots. Your primary focus will be iOS, macOS, and some web based UI/UX design, from concept to mockups, to creating assets. You will also have the opportunity to work on our marketing materials in print, web, social media, and video to ensure consistent branding and excellent design in every interaction with Coradine.

To be successful you’ll need to be highly self motivated and driven to excellence. We are a distributed company which fully supports remote positions, and as such we have high expectations for your abilities to drive your own productivity and proactively contribute to the overall success of the team.

We have a lot of very interesting and challenging things to do, and would love your assistance. Sound like your perfect job?

How to apply:

Please submit a resume detailing your experience, work history, design portfolio, and published apps you want us to look at (and what aspects you worked on) and attach a cover letter explaining:
* Why you want to work on industry leading aviation systems.
* What experience you have working with a distributed team.
* Is design how something looks, or how something works? Explain.
* What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?

Email your resume and cover letter to Include “Chief Designer” in the subject line.

We look forward to hearing from you!