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About the Role

One of the UK’s largest healthcare companies is looking for a Senior UX Designer/Researcher to join their internal design agency. Working alongside the design team, the Senior UX Designer/Researcher is responsible for discovering and developing digital solutions to combat some of the most common to rare health issues, either working with R&D teams or direct to consumer digital healthcare products.

With the opportunity to work on both patient and doctor/colleague projects, this role offers the opportunity to make a real difference in people’s lives.

What skills you need

  • A minimum of 4 years’ experience as a UX Practitioner working in or for large client-side companies
  • Experience using research insights to make decisions
  • Multi-channel experience (iOS/Android experience is desired but essential)
  • Prior experience using UX and interactive prototyping tools
  • Strong analytic skills; comfortable working with big, complex, numerical data
  • Experience in Accessibility/Inclusive Design

What responsibilities you will have

  • Running projects end-to-end User Centered Design processes
  • Carrying out qualitative/quantitative user research studies
  • Analyzing existing research
  • Improve design based on usability testing results
  • Finding ways to measure and prove the value of your research design/intervention

What they can offer you

  • £70,000-£79,000 plus benefits
  • 14% On Target Bonus
  • Private Healthcare
  • 5% of basic salary worth of shares
  • A minimum of two days in the office a week

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