Full time – Malta
ClearVUE is an environmental and energy consultancy and technology provider. We work with companies across all sectors to define and execute their carbon reduction and energy efficiency strategies within their wider ESG initiatives. Through comprehensive energy and carbon assessments and strategy building and implementation services – underpinned by industry-leading energy and carbon management technology – we are creating revolutionary solutions for businesses to eradicate their impact on the climate one step at a time.
The UI/UX designer will create user-friendly interfaces for web and software applications. Your work will help users — colleagues and clients alike — to intuitively use and navigate our products, from energy and carbon management software, and web pages. You will help our team captivate and educate audiences on the importance of sustainability and mitigating the climate crisis. You will also help graphic designers in creating web design elements for the company’s online channels.
Your interface designs and graphics should capture the attention of those who use and see them and communicate the messages intended. For this, you need to have a creative flair and a strong ability to translate requirements into design. If you can communicate well and work methodically as part of a team, we’d like to meet you.
You must have evidence of the right to work in the country you are applying. Certain roles may require applicants to undergo a criminal record check and/or credit check. This will be confirmed to you during the recruitment process accordingly. We have a written policy on the recruitment of ex-offenders and a copy of the policy can be requested prior to your application should you wish.
Due to the high number of applicants if you have not heard back from us within 2 weeks of applying, please consider your application unsuccessful on this occasion. If your skills and competencies develop we would be happy to see a further application from you at that time. We welcome people to apply again after a period of 6 months.