Are you an experienced UX practitioner with a passion for user research? Interested in gaining a deep understanding and what customers need from products? Then this could be the perfect role for you!
We are looking for a UX Researcher to join an award winning team to collaborate, share and build experiences for customers of a global super product. You'll be passionate about all things UX, digital & tech, as well other areas of design and innovation highly excited by researching and showcasing knowledge in the industry’s latest trends and technologies.
Love digital, UX Research and want to be part of something bigger? Looking for your next big challenge? Apply now!
• 7+ years UX practice
• User-centred design & research methodologies, usability & accessibility
• Conducting user testing, presenting & communicating findings
• Knowledge of best practices in UX & Interaction design
• Good understanding of mobile-first and responsive design
• Ability to present designs & solutions clearly
• Logically visualise complex systems, user interaction flows, and efficient interfaces
• Identify and articulate design problems
• Clearly & effectively communicate design processes, ideas, and solutions to teams and clients
• Make strategic design & user-focused product decisions
• Ideate and evaluate at various stages of the product design life cycle
• Collaborate with team members and stakeholders
• Ideate & drive UX practise forward
• Regularly deliver design solutions for approval
• Plan & conduct a range of user research activities (including participant recruiting)
• Collaborate with Product Managers & Engineers on requirements and user needs to define & solve
• Undertake competitive analysis, user behaviour analytics & heuristic evaluation of existing experiences
• Produce user profiles, scenarios, user stories, user journeys, experience maps, IA models, wireframes, & mockups to explore and develop potential solutions
• Share knowledge & experience with wider team
Take feedback & criticism onboard to grow
• Positive outlook & desire to give back
• Takes ownership of position
• Collaborative & passionate
• Real go-getter attitude
• Naturally intuitive
• Organic problem-solver
A relevant tertiary qualification (preferred)
• Competitive salary
• Dedicated annual training budget
• Up-to-date gear, tools & software
• A passionate design team
• A modern office with collaboration space & natural lighting
• An adjustable desk and ergonomic chair
• Central location in Auckland CBD
• Fruit, drinks and other perks
Commencement / Ideal Start Date:
June, 4 weeks notice period is not an issue
Let Will and The Pond agents help you realise your market value and future career potential. Apply today, or get in touch for more information.
Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.
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