Careers

@fullcast.io

We are looking to redefine the world of sales operations – for both our customers and our employees.

This takes a lot of passion and talent - yours! Always pushing the edge of what’s possible and delivering beyond expectations. We push for a results driven culture while living a healthy lifestyle alongside like-minded and passionate people. And we’re with them every step of the way. From open, honest and transparent communication and meaningful philanthropy we make sure our employees have everything they need to succeed.

VALUES

The fullcast.io,
Culture

Our vision is bold and our values are simple!

fullcast.io was founded around these four principles as our key values. We choose to live by these values as a company and a team of people passionate about them.

Customer Success
The success of our customers is the passion that drives us. We are fanatical about giving our customers the unfair advantage because they've chosen to partner with us.

Trust
We will work very hard to earn the Trust of our customers, partners and our team. We do this by being transparent and honest with all of our stakeholders.

Simplicity
This is a paradigm that drives our product philosophy. We strive to make things simple, easy to understand and straight forward.

Give
Giving back to our community is a responsibility, not a choice. We are passionate believers of the 1-1-1 Model.

OPENINGS

Currently Open Positions

Interested? Contact us at Careers@fullcast.io

Responsibilities

As a product designer, you'll be busy juggling different projects, but tasks usually include:

As a product designer, you'll create a range of items, from everyday products, such as mobile phones, household appliances and cars; to larger items, such as industrial tools, equipment and machinery.

  • meeting with clients to establish the design brief, including the concept, performance and production criteria
  • working on ideas as part of a team or developing design concepts using CAD (computer-aided design)
  • taking part in specialist or multidisciplinary team meetings
  • sketching initial design ideas
  • identifying the suitability and availability of materials
  • producing detailed, final hand drawings and specifications or, more likely, using dedicated computer software (CAD) to produce design specifications, including parts lists and costings
  • making samples or working models by hand or using computerised prototyping equipment
  • testing the design concept by computerised modelling or physical hands-on testing of models
  • researching materials, processes or market requirements
  • arranging meetings and liaising with engineers and other departments, including marketing, to discuss and negotiate appropriate production processes, costs and commercial issues
  • occasionally travelling to clients' production facilities and evaluating the feasibility of production
  • making presentations to senior design management or clients, either when bidding for a contract or to present design proposals.
  • In addition to the above, if you choose to work as a freelance designer, you'll need to complete all the necessary administration associated with self-employment.

Responsibilities

As a product designer, you'll be busy juggling different projects, but tasks usually include:

As a product designer, you'll create a range of items, from everyday products, such as mobile phones, household appliances and cars; to larger items, such as industrial tools, equipment and machinery.

  • meeting with clients to establish the design brief, including the concept, performance and production criteria
  • working on ideas as part of a team or developing design concepts using CAD (computer-aided design)
  • taking part in specialist or multidisciplinary team meetings
  • sketching initial design ideas
  • identifying the suitability and availability of materials
  • producing detailed, final hand drawings and specifications or, more likely, using dedicated computer software (CAD) to produce design specifications, including parts lists and costings
  • making samples or working models by hand or using computerised prototyping equipment
  • testing the design concept by computerised modelling or physical hands-on testing of models
  • researching materials, processes or market requirements
  • arranging meetings and liaising with engineers and other departments, including marketing, to discuss and negotiate appropriate production processes, costs and commercial issues
  • occasionally travelling to clients' production facilities and evaluating the feasibility of production
  • making presentations to senior design management or clients, either when bidding for a contract or to present design proposals.
  • In addition to the above, if you choose to work as a freelance designer, you'll need to complete all the necessary administration associated with self-employment.

Responsibilities

As a product designer, you'll be busy juggling different projects, but tasks usually include:

As a product designer, you'll create a range of items, from everyday products, such as mobile phones, household appliances and cars; to larger items, such as industrial tools, equipment and machinery.

  • meeting with clients to establish the design brief, including the concept, performance and production criteria
  • working on ideas as part of a team or developing design concepts using CAD (computer-aided design)
  • taking part in specialist or multidisciplinary team meetings
  • sketching initial design ideas
  • identifying the suitability and availability of materials
  • producing detailed, final hand drawings and specifications or, more likely, using dedicated computer software (CAD) to produce design specifications, including parts lists and costings
  • making samples or working models by hand or using computerised prototyping equipment
  • testing the design concept by computerised modelling or physical hands-on testing of models
  • researching materials, processes or market requirements
  • arranging meetings and liaising with engineers and other departments, including marketing, to discuss and negotiate appropriate production processes, costs and commercial issues
  • occasionally travelling to clients' production facilities and evaluating the feasibility of production
  • making presentations to senior design management or clients, either when bidding for a contract or to present design proposals.
  • In addition to the above, if you choose to work as a freelance designer, you'll need to complete all the necessary administration associated with self-employment.

Responsibilities

As a product designer, you'll be busy juggling different projects, but tasks usually include:

As a product designer, you'll create a range of items, from everyday products, such as mobile phones, household appliances and cars; to larger items, such as industrial tools, equipment and machinery.

  • meeting with clients to establish the design brief, including the concept, performance and production criteria
  • working on ideas as part of a team or developing design concepts using CAD (computer-aided design)
  • taking part in specialist or multidisciplinary team meetings
  • sketching initial design ideas
  • identifying the suitability and availability of materials
  • producing detailed, final hand drawings and specifications or, more likely, using dedicated computer software (CAD) to produce design specifications, including parts lists and costings
  • making samples or working models by hand or using computerised prototyping equipment
  • testing the design concept by computerised modelling or physical hands-on testing of models
  • researching materials, processes or market requirements
  • arranging meetings and liaising with engineers and other departments, including marketing, to discuss and negotiate appropriate production processes, costs and commercial issues
  • occasionally travelling to clients' production facilities and evaluating the feasibility of production
  • making presentations to senior design management or clients, either when bidding for a contract or to present design proposals.
  • In addition to the above, if you choose to work as a freelance designer, you'll need to complete all the necessary administration associated with self-employment.

Responsibilities

As a product designer, you'll be busy juggling different projects, but tasks usually include:

As a product designer, you'll create a range of items, from everyday products, such as mobile phones, household appliances and cars; to larger items, such as industrial tools, equipment and machinery.

  • meeting with clients to establish the design brief, including the concept, performance and production criteria
  • working on ideas as part of a team or developing design concepts using CAD (computer-aided design)
  • taking part in specialist or multidisciplinary team meetings
  • sketching initial design ideas
  • identifying the suitability and availability of materials
  • producing detailed, final hand drawings and specifications or, more likely, using dedicated computer software (CAD) to produce design specifications, including parts lists and costings
  • making samples or working models by hand or using computerised prototyping equipment
  • testing the design concept by computerised modelling or physical hands-on testing of models
  • researching materials, processes or market requirements
  • arranging meetings and liaising with engineers and other departments, including marketing, to discuss and negotiate appropriate production processes, costs and commercial issues
  • occasionally travelling to clients' production facilities and evaluating the feasibility of production
  • making presentations to senior design management or clients, either when bidding for a contract or to present design proposals.
  • In addition to the above, if you choose to work as a freelance designer, you'll need to complete all the necessary administration associated with self-employment.

Responsibilities

As a product designer, you'll be busy juggling different projects, but tasks usually include:

As a product designer, you'll create a range of items, from everyday products, such as mobile phones, household appliances and cars; to larger items, such as industrial tools, equipment and machinery.

  • meeting with clients to establish the design brief, including the concept, performance and production criteria
  • working on ideas as part of a team or developing design concepts using CAD (computer-aided design)
  • taking part in specialist or multidisciplinary team meetings
  • sketching initial design ideas
  • identifying the suitability and availability of materials
  • producing detailed, final hand drawings and specifications or, more likely, using dedicated computer software (CAD) to produce design specifications, including parts lists and costings
  • making samples or working models by hand or using computerised prototyping equipment
  • testing the design concept by computerised modelling or physical hands-on testing of models
  • researching materials, processes or market requirements
  • arranging meetings and liaising with engineers and other departments, including marketing, to discuss and negotiate appropriate production processes, costs and commercial issues
  • occasionally travelling to clients' production facilities and evaluating the feasibility of production
  • making presentations to senior design management or clients, either when bidding for a contract or to present design proposals.
  • In addition to the above, if you choose to work as a freelance designer, you'll need to complete all the necessary administration associated with self-employment.

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