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Hiring: UX / UI Designer

By 16 February 2024No Comments

We’re Hiring:


(50% – 100%, remote)

Are you ready to spearhead change as our UX / UI Designer for our different and exciting products, steering the evolution to greater impact, dedicated to supporting and empowering people impacted by domestic violence worldwide?


Our vision is to empower people through innovative technologies to take action and help eliminate global social injustices. We are Spring ACT – Action. Compassion. Technology. –  an award-winning, Swiss-based global non-profit organisation run by a dedicated and diverse team and based on our values of empowerment, curiosity, courage, inclusiveness, impact, integrity, compassion, and fun (read more).  We developed “Sophia” – the global chatbot assisting people impacted by domestic violence to gather potential evidence and seek help in every country in the world!

We are looking for you to join our international team and help amplify our voices to ensure that people everywhere have the tools needed to help end global injustices. Together we can make a real difference and create true global impact.



As the UX Designer for Empowerment, Senior, you will be a crucial member of our Tech Team, responsible for translating concepts and ideas into impactful and user-friendly interfaces. This role involves collaborating with cross-functional teams, managing design projects, and enhancing the user experience of our digital products, including the Chatbot Sophia as well as brand new products.


    • Experienced in UX / UI Designer: Demonstrated track record and success in leading UX / UI projects, preferably in tech-focused non-profits or social impact sectors.
    • Data-Driven: Proficient in using data and user feedback to drive decisions and measure impact.
    • Collaborative Team Player: Strong collaborative skills, with experience working across very diverse teams.
    • Commitment to Social Justice: Passionate about using technology to address social issues, particularly to end domestic violence.
    • Strategic Thinker and Innovator: Ability to develop forward-thinking strategies and innovate within the tech for good space.
    • Agile and Adaptive: thriving in fast-paced environments and adept at navigating change.
    • Ethical and Inclusive Mindset: Deep understanding of and commitment to ethical data practices and designing for diverse, global audiences.
    • Continuous Learning and Development: proactively follow the latest trends in tech, AI, and human rights to continually bring fresh perspectives and ideas to the product.


  • Join a highly motivated team of like-minded individuals from around the world.
  • Help implement impactful new technologies assisting survivors of domestic violence and people in vulnerable situations, as well as empowering people to take action more broadly.
  • Get the opportunity to work on a crucial part of our young and fast growing organisation.
  • Flexible working hours, from the location of your choice.
  • Join a value-based organisation striving to make a real impact.
  • Meaningful and impactful work.


This is a remote position (outside of Europe) and the percentage (50% – 100%) can be adapted according to the needs of the successful candidate. We are offering a freelance contract. Compensation is offered in accordance to the successful candidate’s qualifications and national salary standards of where they are based, as we are recruiting outside of Switzerland.


If you are an experienced professional passionate about social impact, join us in ending global social injustices! Apply now and be a key player in our impactful journey.

 → Please send us a short email with your CV and why you want to join us to Simon Sundaraj-Kuhn (he/him): recruitment[at]

We look forward to hearing from you!

–  Spring ACT team


As an equal opportunity employer, the Spring ACT values having a diverse workforce and continuously strives to maintain an inclusive and equitable workplace. We encourage people with a diverse range of backgrounds to apply. We do not discriminate against any person based upon their race, traits historically associated with race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, pregnancy or related medical conditions, parental status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, genetic information, or any other legally protected characteristics.