• Location: England, Lancashire
  • Date Posted: 3rd Jun, 2019
  • Reference: 27/03/2019FRGNR99

I am working in partnership with a digital transformation company who are delivering cutting edge digital services to our Healthcare, Government and Corporate clients.They are a collective of creative pros who provide the very best tech-enabled business transformation to public and private organisations alike.

My client have a clear identity and values who engage in true partnerships with every single client. What that means is that they share in the responsibility and the rewards.

They are looking for a proactive and experienced User Researcher to join them on a permanent basis, ideally with previous experience working with Gov Digital service space, to join in assisting with a central Government organisation based in Blackpool.

The User Researcher will possess experience working in an Agile setting and have a passion for true Agile delivery. The User Researcher will build prototypes to support user research and development and will work with Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) User Stories.

Requirements for the role:

  • Research planning
  • Conducting contextual interviews
  • Ethnographic research
  • Usability testing
  • Analysing research
  • Communicating to all levels of stakeholders
  • Ability to simplify complex processes and findings into simple, easy to understand concepts
  • Basic UX skills to support Interaction designer (when needed) and help translate findings quickly into actionable recommendations
  • Creating easy to understand presentation
  • Presenting to audiences of all sizes

All Applications will need to be living in the UK.

If you are not experienced in all of the above, don't worry, I would still love to speak with you

If you decide you want to proceed to a chat, then give me a shout. You can call me on either 0191 814 7453

Alternatively, send me an email to n.reilly@frgconsulting.com or drop me a LinkedIn message by searching for 'Noel Reilly'.

However, if you feel this role isn't right for you then I wish you the best of luck with the remainder of your job search!

Anything discussed will remain completely confidential and fully compliant with GDPR.