First and foremost, we’re looking for someone who’s super friendly and wants to join us in trying to fight the climate crisis. We want to see that you have relevant experience, have a structured approach to design, have good attention to detail, have an aptitude for learning new skills, and have empathy for your teammates and our customers.
At Tomorrow, we’re building tech products that address the climate crisis. We’re a venture capital-backed company that was founded 4 years ago. Our first product, electricityMap, already has a meaningful impact on reducing carbon emissions thanks to our open-source approach and our partnerships with organisations like Google. We’re now focusing a large part of our efforts on Bloom, a solution to help organisations measure, understand and reduce their carbon footprint. We want to make this service accessible to all companies, as we know that they have a key role to play in the climate fight.
We are looking for the first designer on our team. Climate change is a complicated topic. Our job is to make it simple to take climate action, so clear, engaging design is critical for our success. You’ll be working with the rest of the team to make Bloom the go-to-solution for organisations that want to take climate action, making it a super smooth and good-looking experience from end-to-end. Secondarily, you’ll be responsible for creating brand and marketing assets.
Who we’re looking for
Years on the job matter, but to us, your personality, breadth of experience and your hunger to learn means more. This is what we’ll be focusing on! We’re a young startup solving an important problem, and with that brings high ambitions. This means that you need to be versatile and enjoy tackling something new.
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Tomorrow is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.