Its an onsite role in 12380 Morris Road Alpharetta, GA-30005
Pay rate: $55.00/hr
The UX Research Analyst determines and recommends the appropriate method of research to investigate specific user experience issues or problems
He/she designs research studies to collect customer behavioral data for use in the identification and analysis of technical customer solutions.
The UX Research Analyst consults with internal subject matter experts and third-party research vendors to assist in identifying the best approach to solving user experience issues.
He/she determines and collects the relevant data required to perform analyses and is also responsible for summarizing and communicating the results of the analyses to key stakeholders throughout the organization.
The UX Research Analyst performs a number of duties to support the UX Research function, including tasks like determining project methodology and approach, managing research projects, analyzing and interpreting data, reporting results and providing recommendations to application design and product teams.
• Designs studies or construct surveys to answer research questions
• Gathers and compiles relevant data for inclusion in presentations to explain findings, educate stakeholders, and offer actionable recommendations
• Performs statistical analyses of large datasets
• Compiles informative reports that include video and audio clips from qualitative studies
• Scope, design, build and test studies in our online research platform
• Manage multiple research projects simultaneously
• Design and implement communication plans
• Identify and work with all affected groups and functions to support project impact
• Keep up with research trends and best practices; develop industry knowledge and expertise
• Acquire, maintain and apply specific knowledge of relevant technical systems supporting research efforts
• Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
• Psychology, HCI, or related social sciences field with demonstrable academic experience with experimental design and statistical analysis
• Minimum of five years’ of research design and implementation