Are you a seasoned UX Researcher with amazing people skills and looking to join an innovative app-based software company operating in the faith industry?
Our client is based in central Auckland, they are a busy collaborative team of 50 – who work closely with the US based team.
This role will see you working alongside two teams, dipping in and bringing your calm, level-headed skills finding new solutions, usable customisations and enhancements to this global digital gifting product. This app is predominantly used in the faith market in the US as well as the wider global marketplace. Usability testing and workshops will be regularly facilitated remotely with American end-users.
You will understand the intricacies of service design – bringing with you 5+ Years’ experience in the UX/CX research fields and have proven methodologies you can bring to the role. You will have polished experience and understanding of UX techniques including User Testing, Wireframing, Usability Reviews, Concepting, Interviewing and Workshopping. For this role it is highly important due to the continual communication that you are proficient in both spoken and written English.
You will champion the end user. Dealing daily with a variety of people and personalities you will be all about the CX. You will be up to date with the latest tools and technologies.
If you have relevant experience in any app based software industries and are looking for a new challenge in a great , supportive company, send your CV and work (examples of work, research, case studies) to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store – email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Reference Job 2686.
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