Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO)

User Researcher

Location:
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Lichfield, England
Posted on:
May 30, 2022

Join the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) and have a future that matters: Be proud; Be challenged; Be unique.

‍The Challenge

‍An exciting opportunity has arisen within the DIO for someone who possesses strong communication skills and who can understand and analyse user and business processes. They will have the opportunity to interact with a wide range of stakeholders within DIO, suppliers and the wider MOD. The post holder will be part of a team of User Researchers within the Chief Information Office (CIO) team. The team are responsible for supporting all aspects of User-Centred Design (UCD) from planning field visits, creating personas, creating user interface designs, by developing prototypes and through moderated usability testing, that evaluate the universal principles of visual design to addess usability and accessibility concerns.

The role presents an opportunity to help shape the CIO’s approach to User Research within a customer focussed Information Technology environment.

The Chief Information Officer (CIO) area within the DIO Head Office Finance Directorate, focuses on and is accountable for delivering technology solutions through its functions. The functions collaborate to build and lead on the delivery of organisational objectives in alignment with DIO's technology strategy.

We employ approximately 4,900 staff from a very diverse range of professions, and we work across the world; in Germany, Cyprus and the Falkland Islands, Norway, Poland, Kenya, Belize, Nepal and Oman.You can view our YouTube video to see more about our work

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