Bosch.IO

User Research (UX Design) Associate

Company:
Bosch.IO
Location:
🇩🇪
Berlin
Posted on:
May 26, 2021

Your tasks

  • Reliable implementation: You will define and perform qualitative and quantitative user research and testing procedures, along the entire product development and commercialization process
  • Create something new: You will work in an interdisciplinary and international team setup with interaction designers, strategic designer, frontend developers and digital business consultants
  • Experience cooperation: You will communicate actionable insights to key stakeholders and promote a user-centered design approach and enable teams to make decisions on solid user data by facilitating workshops and syntheses sessions
  • Take responsibility: You will train key stakeholders on research methodologies

Your profile

  • Personality: analytical, empathic, proactive, curious, team-minded, organized and communicative
  • Working Practice: Customer-oriented and self-reliant with the ability to discuss complex content with stakeholders at various levels
  • Experience and Knowledge: several years of experience in a user research agency or corporate environment; Experience working with a wide range of both qualitative and quantitative methods including in-depth interviews, remote research, prototype testing, usability testing, surveys. Knowledge in statistical analysis and tools (SPSS, etc.) is a plus
  • Enthusiasm: Interest in digital transformation and IoT topics
  • Languages: very good competencies in spoken and written English and German
  • Education: completed studies in psychology, social science, anthropology, human factors, human-computer-interactions, user/market research, or related subject

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