Fancy helping shape the strategy for a number of enterprise products in a global organisation?
If the answer to that question is a resounding yes
then why not take the next couple of minutes to read through this snappy little job ad...
I am recruiting for an experienced UX Researcher on behalf of a global organisation in the Northamptonshire area. The role is newly released and is part of an enormous recruitment drive due to them being in the midst of a company-wide digital transformation piece.
Working as part of a 20-strong team, your role will involve working with UX Designers, Business Analysts and Product Owners to help shape and validate research hypothesis across a varying range of digital projects.
You will be working with cross-functional and globally distributed teams, ensuring that a consistent set of best practices and shared research opportunities are maintained in order to help ultimately mature the research practice within the organisation as a whole.
But enough about them... this ad is all about you.
Such as, what do you need to demonstrate to be considered for this role? Well... rather than simply regurgitating their formal JD, I have decided to pick out some of the key skills they are looking for:
- UX Research - First and foremost, you must have a proven track record in UX Research. Hands-on experience with varying research methodologies (e.g. behavioural and ethnographic research, iterative lab/guerrilla usability testing, tree testing, benchmarking, remote/online testing etc.) is crucial and should be visible on your CV or application document.
- Stakeholder Management - Due to the nature of the role and the nature of the business, you need to have clear and proven experience working in a stakeholder-facing environment.
- Agile Experience - Whilst not a pure Agile organisation (think Agile with a small 'a' rather than a capital 'A'), they are on something of an 'Agile journey' so it is crucial anybody they bring into the business helps that journey.
- Portfolio - Finally, whilst not a technical or skill requirement, it is important that you are able to support your application with a portfolio demonstrating your work, hence why I included it as an 'essential requirement'.
So there you have it... a pretty interesting role if I don't say so myself, and something that should hopefully appeal to you. If it does, and you would like to set up a chat, then give me a shout via the following means:
Anything discussed will remain completely confidential and any process will be fully compliant with GDPR. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these roles will also be 100% remote until otherwise advised.
- Office Line: 0191 338 7540
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- LinkedIn: 'Liam Haghighat'