Seam Social Labs is a research and innovation company on a mission to empower disinvested communities. Our vision is to create more transparent & ethical systems so community stakeholders can co-create solutions together. Think of us as the Alfreds to the Batman!

Our team is virtual and based in New York City. But we have an office in Newark, NJ (temporarily closed). We don’t have set hours --rather, we focus on milestones. We are open-minded, solutions-driven, and totally into research and data. Be ready to work with a fast-paced team.

We are hiring a User Experience & Development. In this role, you will spend 20 hours per week (from hire until October 1, then 40 hours per week) connecting with, engaging, researching, and designing for our users. This role is cross-functional in that it will start off with deep consumer engagement & interaction and transition to a role that is more user research-based within one year. You will spend your time onboarding users onto our product, Synergize Insights, learning their needs through surveys your design, and optimizing our user experience based on your research and surveys. 

Skills and responsibilities

We are looking for a candidate who is into user engagement, loves to conduct research, and loves creating tools that help people. You will connect digitally with a ton of our users --so you should see yourself as a part of our front-facing team. So you should be ready to learn and challenge yourself!


  • Location:
    New York
  • This job is remote friendly.
  • Salary:
    , Hourly wage of $33
  • Deadline:


Minimum qualifications

You’re good at:
-Conducting experiments, synthesizing and reporting on your outcomes and developing solutions to proceed
-Taking data and turning them into actionable insights
-Pitching to potential users
-Swift problem solving
-Project Management

Preferred qualifications

You are passionate about:
-Data ethics & Responsible AI
-Learning and Growth-mindsets
-Equity - maybe you have a background in volunteerism or activism!
-Making a quantifiable impact on society