Posted 4 Nov 2022, 3:00 pm

User Experience Designer at Evisort

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Evisort is on a mission to change how companies interact with their most important legal documents, their incoming and outgoing contracts. The company was founded in 2016 out of Harvard Law and MIT research to develop artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to help companies rapidly and accurately mine contracts for data. Evisort's AI understands meaning and context in legal language, virtually eliminating the need to screen contracts. Evisort helps companies to organize, understand, and extract data from their contracts. With Evisort, information locked away in documents becomes searchable, and key contract terms and important dates can be surfaced to the right people at the right time to accelerate legal review, reduce costs/risks and improve business compliance. We are backed by some of the most prominent VCs including Microsoft, TCV, and General Atlantic. Come join us and help us revolutionize a multibillion-dollar industry. The Role: The User Experience Designer is critical to Evisort’s ambitious product acceleration agenda. Reporting to the Vice President of User Experience and Research, this role will help define the User Experience discipline at Evisort to be a research and design competency that aligns with influencing business outcomes. Through deep partnerships with the Product Management team as well as other stakeholders across the business, this role will shape how Evisort’s vision and strategy manifest to users. This position has the possibility for extension or full-time hire. Evisort is an E-verify employer. Your eligibility to work in the United States will be verified through the E-verify system if you apply and are selected for a position in the United States.

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