Our mission is to make sure wellbeing is not a barrier to any child learning or reaching their potential at school and beyond.
Our company was founded to help create a change after our co-founders worked in schools and saw first hand the challenges being faced, and we’re driven by our own personal experiences of poor mental health.
Since 2018, we’ve worked with students, educators and the relevant experts to develop a service that can meaningfully support wellbeing in schools. We've delivered workshops, interviewed teachers, had students on work-placements, and co-designed with leading specialists to develop a service right for schools today.
Aaron leads on thinking through our service design and strategy.
George leads on our engagement with schools in the UK and beyond.
Ben helps make sure our service has a meaningful impact on our schools.
Sam makes sure our service meets the needs of students and teachers.
Jordan leads on everything technical and leads the development team.
Andy supports in the development of our app and dashboard.
Dexter helps make sure we have the systems in place to deliver Tranquiliti.
Joe helps develop our student app and staff dashboard.
Afnan helps us to build an engaging app for students.
Rachel helps us to communicate our service and impact to schools.
Penny provides advice on building EdTech that meets the real needs of schools.
Gerald works with schools interested in getting started with Tranquiliti.
Martha supports our schools through implementation and beyond.
Rosie helps ensure our service delivers impact for schools.
Rishi designs the experience and interface for our app and dashboard.
Our new Associate Product Designer will play a key role in the development of our products and the user experience that underpins them. You will work closely with the Product & Tech teams to take the design and user experience of our service to the next level. Your focus will be on designing our mobile and web-app for students as well as the experience for teachers on our platform.
Location: London (Hybrid working)
Salary: £40,000 - £45,000 per annum
Type: Full time
Start date: April 2023
Holidays: 28 days per year, excluding bank holidays
Contact Adi (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information and to apply.