UX Engineer Jobs: Where to Find a Great Job

UX Engineering

If you’re wondering where to find good UX engineer jobs, you’ve come to the right place.

Here are 3 fantastic sources:


AngelList is, by far, the most complete and popular startup and tech job board.

AngelList - UX Engineer Jobs Board

Why? Unlike other job boards, AngelList prioritizes transparency. Every job listing includes a salary range, info about stock options and benefits, and an actual description of what your day-to-day would be like at the company.

Just as important, there are no lengthy cover letters to write or applications to submit. Fill out your profile, write a brief and casual note, and you’re done. If an employer is interested in you, you’ll be put directly in touch via email.

As of this writing, companies like Spotify, Pinterest, and AirTable all have UX engineer jobs on the site.

We Work Remotely

We Work Remotely focuses solely on remote tech jobs from top startups and tech companies. If you’ve ever wanted to work from the comfort of your own home office, this job board is the place to look.

We Work Remotely - UX Engineer Jobs Board

At the time of writing, companies like InVision, GitHub, Basecamp, and Zapier all have UX engineer jobs posted on the site.

Built In

Built In is a tech industry site that focuses on major tech hubs like Austin, New York, and Boston.

Built In - UX Engineer Jobs Board

If you’re looking to land a job in a major tech city, Built In is a great source. At the time of writing, Built In has UX engineer jobs from companies like WeWork, SnapChat, and Bungie.

Other UX Engineer Jobs Boards

Your mileage may vary, but I recommend staying away from mainstream job boards like ZipRecruiter, Indeed, and CareerBuilder.

These job boards are often full of out-of-date job postings and, in my experience, have a much lower response rate than the boards I mentioned above.

If you do need another source, try LinkedIn or Hired, both of which have active communities and prioritize more casual interactions with employers than traditional job boards.

Want More? This article is part of the UX Engineer Playbook series.