We want to fix hiring. It's a lofty goal, but it's a necessary one. An economy where people can't find meaningful work, where 70% of US workers hate their jobs, and where prestige and pedigree overshadow potential isn't good for anyone - and if we want to overcome the increased baseline of productivity that automation will soon demand, we need to build a people-centered economy that works for all.
We think this problem has two key components.
Our solution, in the short term, is to build a hiring platform that assesses baseline skills through automated means, and identifies standout talent through intelligent matching between applicants and certified experts, in turn enabling those applicants to benefit from the prestige/perceived worth of those experts. We want the advantages of getting a "solid referral" to be accessible to all who are skilled, regardless of background.
We are much more than a hiring/recruiting company: we're a research company, a technology company, and an analytics company at our core.
We're a team that wants everyone to have access to meaningful work.
Our team is comprised of former founders and senior engineers who've had to navigate the hiring process from both sides (as candidates and as employers), who want to streamline and improve the process as a whole.
We're also members of South Park Commons (read more), a community of technologists and founders based in San Francisco.
HiDimensional is seeking a frontend engineer to assist us with developing new functionality for our core product and related projects.
How to apply: We process all our engineering hires through HiDimensional (yay dogfooding!), so you can begin your application by registering for HiDimensional and using the referral code hidiapp to be matched directly with our team at the conclusion of the application process.
HiDimensional is seeking a UI/UX designer to assist us in designing new functionality for our core product, revamping existing screens and interfaces, and working on related projects.
Requirements: Experience conducting usability studies and related research to develop data-driven designs; experience developing style guides; comfort with collaborating with engineering teams (dev experience is a plus); ability to collaborate effectively and work within a small (but mighty!) team and thrive in a fast-paced environment taking on frequently self-directed tasks.
Helpful, but not necessary: Relevant experience in hiring systems, undergrad/grad apps, startups.
How to apply: Email Phil Hedayatnia with your resumé, samples of work, and a brief paragraph describing why you're interested in working for us.
Notes from our team: