JOB: Senior User Interface Designer - Alameda, California - Perforce Software - Full-time

22 May 2007 - 4:59pm
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Matt Attaway
2004

Senior User Interface Designer
Full time, exempt position

== About Perforce ==

Perforce Software is a privately held, profitable company headquartered in
Alameda, California. We develop, market, and support Perforce, the Fast
Software Configuration Management System. We serve primarily software
developers in the applications, game development, financial services,
embedded, and web content management markets. Our customers love us for
our "Best of Breed" product, and incredible technical support team.
Perforce staff members are valued for their contributions and rewarded
well.

== About The Position ==

The Senior User Interface Designer develops prototypes and detailed
functional specifications for Perforce SCM GUI products based on
requirements developed by technical staff. This is a position for
application user interface designers, and most emphatically *not* for Web
designers.

* *Specifically, the Senior Interface Designer will:

* As a member of a development team, help define the personae and
task flows required to develop our SCM client applications
* Create, review, and revise high-quality prototypes and functional
specifications according to platform standards and engineering
requirements
* Participate in user research and usability testing

The requirements are:

* BA/BS degree ideally in software engineering or computer-human
interactions
* 5+ years of experience in a software development organization,
preferably developing commercial applications for technical end users.
* Familiarity with software development environments and
life-cycles. Experience with SCM and software development is a
definite advantage.
* Knowledge and hands-on experience with C, C++
* Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in
writing.
* Excellent presentation skills

== To Apply ==

Please send your resume and cover letter to tonyc at perforce.com.

Cheers,
Matt

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