Sage Intacct

Principal UX Researcher

Company:
Sage Intacct
Location:
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San Jose, CA
Posted on:
December 3, 2020

The Sage Intacct UX team is looking to expand the strategic importance of user research across the Sage Intacct experience and is hiring a Principal UX Researcher.

The ideal candidate will have deep empathy for users, is analytical, and has had success evangelizing research findings to make insights actionable to drive product strategy and design for both new and existing products. The candidate should come with a large toolkit of both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, and expertise in applying the appropriate methodology for any given business objectives and project constraints. This candidate should also have a track record of leadership experiences driving UX research to the next level, initiating, planning, and executing large research initiatives, sharing, and publicizing turn-key research findings.

Responsibilities:

  • Plan and execute user research in an agile development process using both qualitative and quantitative methods and analysis
  • Collaborate with stakeholders including product managers, designers, engineering, documentation and analytics teams to create research proposals through understanding the business needs, research goals and target customers
  • Identify and prioritize actionable results based on research. Communicate detailed research findings and ensure the insights are translated into actionable direction through presentations, posters, graphics, displays, workshops, wireframes, etc.
  • Use a wide range of research methods, including ethnography/field research, participatory design, persona development, journey maps, interviews, concept testing, surveys, diary studies, usability studies, data analytics
  • Apply usability heuristics and knowledge of current design best practices to evaluate new and existing features and offer viable suggestions for improvements
  • Be a thought leader that mentors other user researchers and drives user research best practices across the organization
  • Improve or establish new research processes, such as participant recruiting, results publishing, and an inventory of retrievable user data and insight
  • Lead design-thinking and other workshops to continually increase customer empathy across the broader organization
  • Proactively conduct strategic research to gather customer insights to inform future offerings

Requirements:

  • 7+ years of work experience as a user experience researcher, preferably in financial or enterprise company
  • Masterโ€™s degree in Human Computer Interaction, Cognitive Psychology, Human Factors, Information Science, or in a related field, or equivalent combination of experience and education
  • Proficiency with a breadth of qualitative and quantitative research methodologies and ability to come up with creative research solutions as needed
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills in conducting live/field interviews, as well as remote user studies
  • Fluency in user-centered design best practices, as well as knowledge of usability principles and techniques
  • Exceptional observational skills to discover user motivations, obstacles, emotions, and needs beyond what is verbally communicated
  • Experience with data analysis and how to meaningfully convey research findings/insights with details, clarity, objectivity, and transparency
  • Excellent communication, presentation and persuasion skills with cross-functional teams and stakeholders; experience working in a collaborative team
  • Experience with mentoring and/or management a plus
  • Innate curiosity and deep empathy for customers
  • Strong bias for action; ability to juggle multiple priorities and deliver in a fast-paced, dynamic environment

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