Landed · San Francisco OR Denver
5 days ago
We’re on a mission to uphold all the people who uphold all of us, which is why we help essential professionals, starting with educators, build financial security in or near the communities they serve. We do this by investing alongside them when they are ready to buy a home. We call this model shared equity down payment support. We achieve this by showing up with humility, prioritizing the human in every interaction, owning our growth (and helping others do the same), and finding what’s fair for all parties involved, even when it's the hardest thing to do. Here's how it works. The company, founded in 2015 and based in San Francisco, has the financial backing and supported by great organizations like the DRK Foundation, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Initialized Capital, Y Combinator, top banking executives, former directors of federal housing authorities, affordable housing policy experts, union organizers, philanthropists, and Stanford economists. Recent news coverage about Landed can be foundhere. Hear what our customers have to say.
As Landed grows, we’re looking to bring on our first in-house designer to collaborate with our growing engineering team. We’re looking for someone to jump right into our packed product roadmap with a UX and UI lens. That being said, we’re a small team so we’re also hoping to find someone who is willing to flex into portions of the project management side of product development. This will include everything from scoping tickets and outlining requirements, doing QA for design and non-design related feature tickets, giving engineers real-time feedback, conducting testing with user groups, and supporting roll-out of new features and products. We’re looking for a team-player with strong design-sense who is also excited about helping drive portions of the product process. This individual will sit on the Landed Home Team and will work closely with our Engineering team. As the first design-hire at Landed, you will have an opportunity to shape long-term strategy and short-term tactics as it relates to the product-eng-design collaboration at Landed.