|Job Title:||UX Specialist|
|Salary:||£45000 - £60000 per annum|
|Start Date:||2022-03-18 00:00:00|
|Contact Name:||Lauren Baines|
|Job Published:||July 19, 2022 16:33|
£45,000 - £60,000
GSA are working with a sustainability business, who are in a transformation phase of their core software product. This role comes at a crucial time for the software team, and will be determining which features should be built, how the users should interact with them and the relative importance of/priorities for user needs.
The key area of responsibility will be defining and conducting investigations into UX for the current and planned product capabilities. You will work closely with other members of software and product teams through various discovery phases to research and validate the user needs, map out user stories and create prototypes. It is important that the product is intuitive and easy to use.
The ideal candidate will have:
-Demonstrable experience of UX research within a digital product space.
-Good eye for details.
-Self-managing and self-motivated.
-Experience working with agile principles and processes
-Communication experience with business owners and clients.
-Curious and open minded approach to UX
Extra points for:
-German or French speaker
-Jira or Confluence
-Prototyping tools such as Adobe XD, Figma, Axshare or Balsamik
In return for your hard work you will get:
-A competitive salary, reviewed annually in line with industry averages
-Attractive discretionary bonus structure
-Health insurance with Vitality
-Pension scheme (with staff contribution matched)
-25 days annual leave increasing to 30 days by year 7 (plus public holidays)
-Additional 5 days holiday every three years to support opportunity for sabbatical
-Flexible working hours (core hours 10-4, with 37.5 hour working week)
-Two days per year to volunteer for charity
-Excellent ongoing professional development support
-Generous maternity package
-Plus: Bike2Work scheme and more
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