Ilara Health brings accurate and affordable diagnostics to the 500 million people in Africa who today struggle to access a simple blood test. We distribute low-cost, AI-powered diagnostic devices directly to primary care doctors in peri-urban and rural clinics, where the availability of common diagnostics is very poor. Our proprietary software integrates ...
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The suite of software services we are building as an overlay to the existing hardware-based platform will enable our facilities to reach a wider number of patients and drive patient engagement through what we call our closed loop patient management system. This system includes patient and provider portals, automated care programs based diagnostic device results, and a remote care platform for clinics.
You’ll be joining a fast-paced startup environment and have an opportunity to make a large impact on Ilara’s product development at an early stage. The work you do will have an impact on bringing better healthcare services to communities in peri-urban and rural areas of Kenya.
We’re all super passionate about the work we do, and are looking for people with a drive to make real change in the world!
What will you be working on?
We’re looking for a pragmatic, results driven UI/UX designer to join Ilara as our first designer! Ilara follows a human centred design approach and our team has spent hundreds of hours in the field speaking with our users. As we grow, we’re looking for someone who can own the design process by leading UX design studies, and by designing beautiful, intuitive user interfaces. You’ll work with the leadership team to define design projects to help us understand what we need to build, and how our products should be designed to meet user requirements.
NB: On your resume, add a link to your portfolio as well as your current and expected salary. Portfolio submissions are preferred but we will review all applications.
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