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Health Application Appsheet Designer Internship

Frontida is a United Nations-approved nonprofit created by passionate young entrepreneurs, dedicated to developing health documentation applications clinics in low-resources settings. Frontida has deployed systems in Greece, Panama, Afghanistan, Poland, and Romania. Now, we are getting ready to launch systems in Ukraine to help the Ukraine Crisis and start our first projects in Africa with the United Nations Development Program. Apply now and join our zealous team who has won multiple awards and mentorship from the National Academy of Engineering, Oracle, Marshall Grief Incubator, Westly Foundation, Techstars and Blackstone Launchpad, and Viterbi Min and MEPC challenge. Learn more about Frontida at

Designer Roles and Responsibilities:
- Build health applications (like electronic health records) on Google Appsheet low-code development tool.
- Research current medical system, workflows, forms, and data reports.
- User-test applications in development with clients, non-profit administrators, volunteer medical providers, & patients (and later on other environments).
- Actively capture customer feedback from medical providers and administrators and implement iterative changes.
- Analyze and understand user needs, interviewing medical providers as necessary.
- Conduct product demos and training demos for international clients over Zoom.
- Ensure successful product implementation and adoption with non-profits, health organisations, clinics, and government customers.
- Troubleshoot technical and design issues.
- Collaborate with other designers and developers on the team.
- Help define the product vision and future direction to improve patient outcomes.

- Proficient in Google Docs/Slides (required), Notion(preferred, not required), Figma (preferred, not required), 
- Experience using low-code development tools like Google Appsheet (preferred, not required)
- Proficient in using medical systems (electronic health records, pharmacy inventories, data analytics)
- Ability to work independently and take ownership of your domain
- Ability to share and communicate effectively in an async team environment

- Role will require between 10-15 hours weekly
- All team members may be staffed with an international client, which means you may have to be up at odd hours of the day.
- Minimum: 6-month commitment. This duration can be extended.
- The internship will be part-time and unpaid, but will provide hands-on startup experience and high-impact responsibilities.
- Internships starts in late December/January depending on the internship.

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