GIOS Technology

User Researcher

Location:
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Leeds, England
Posted on:
December 7, 2021

Minimum Requirement:

  • Working on the COVID Testing
  • Does not need to be from a health background – but ideally private/public sector
  • Looking for a solf User Reseeacher (last 2-3 roles must reflect this)
  • Experience using;
  • Miro, Jira, Adobe Analystics and Qualtrex

Skills required:

  • Substantial specialist knowledge of a range of research approaches
  • including both quantitative and qualitative methodology.
  • Experience of leading research within an agile multi- disciplinary product
  • team to devise programmes of research.
  • Proven ability to communicate confidently within the scope of the role’s
  • responsibilities by using appropriate tools and language (this may be of a
  • technical nature) to a varied audience of internal and external
  • stakeholders.
  • Experience of delivering research that has had a demonstrable positive
  • influence on service and product design.
  • Proven ability to direct others to undertake specified tasks by clearly
  • determining roles and responsibilities, deliverables, milestones and limits
  • for independent decision - making within agreed timescales.
  • Skilled in the full lifecycle of research from designing research, recruiting,
  • conducting research, analysing and communicating.

Desirable:

  • Degree in HCI/Usability/Cognitive Psychology/Market Research or related.
  • (Related degrees include degrees that included taught and practical
  • research modules).
  • Experience of working in the health sector / knowledge of the health sector.
  • Experience of working on high-complexity, high-pace and pressurised
  • programmes.

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