Our client, a leading User Experience (UX) consulting research company specializing in usability testing and market research is seeking a UX Researcher with at least 2 years of work experience who is passionate about UX research and has an aptitude for learning new technologies.
This is a 6 month plus consulting gig. The job is 100% remote.
As a UX Researcher, you must have a firm base of competency in benchmarking, usability studies, and interview methodologies. Our projects are usually headed by a Research Lead. You will report to a Research Manager for 1:1s. You will own the execution of all phases of client-driven user research including writing research plans, developing screeners to identify participant profiles, moderating study sessions, writing detailed reports, and presenting findings to clients.
You possess solid communication, collaboration, leadership, and project management skills. You approach your career proactively by pursuing new areas of domain expertise. You are comfortable with change and can adapt with minimal work disruption. You are agile, professional, and fun to work with.
To be successful in this role, you are expected to excel at time management and presenting your research findings to our clients. Your portfolio and experience should demonstrate ownership and excellence in execution.
Solid knowledge of the field of human-computer interaction, experimental design, observational and field methods, and data analysis is required
Independent execution of UX Research Phases: Study Design, Study Prep, Recruiting, Moderating, Analysis, Reporting (with minimal support)
Strong aptitude for learning new technologies
Excellent written, oral, and presentation communication skills are required; English is the language in which we do business
Project Management abilities: manage own schedule independently, manage multiple projects/tasks effectively, verify and monitor scope of work
2 years of work experience in the field of User Research is required
Experience with a range of research methodologies
Proficient at generating research plans, defining, and tracking user experience metrics
BA or MA/MS in HCI, psychology, human factors, or highly related field is preferred
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