The Dyrt

UX Researcher

Company:
The Dyrt
Location:
🇺🇸
Portland, OR
Posted on:
September 15, 2021

The Dyrt is the largest digital camping platform in the world. Every second, a new user visits The Dyrt to access our community-driven campground information.


If you love the outdoors and want to be part of a fast-growing consumer app, you’re in the right place.

The Role

The Dyrt is looking for a UX Researcher to join our tight-knit and talented Engineering team that is building the next generation of our free and paid services. As a UX Researcher, you will be responsible for diving deep into the mind of our users to better understand how our product can help improve camping experiences across the US. We’re looking for a passionate and motivated UX Researcher who can expand our user testing program and turn findings into insights that are easily shared throughout our organization.

This position will report to the Head of Design.

We’re looking for people who:

  • Are great communicators — Effective communication is key to how we work. We value patience and empathy in our product planning, support, and day-to-day relations.
  • Work well both collaboratively and independently
  • Are ready to learn and share knowledge — Everyone comes to our company with their own set of skills and experiences. Cross-training, mentorship, and curiosity all help us build better products.


You will work with our product team to

  • Design research methods to uncover user insights across our app and web experiences to positively impact our user experience and business objectives.
  • Conduct research using a combination of qualitative methods (interviews, usability testing, survey design, competitive analysis.)
  • Analyze results and translate findings into actionable design and product insights
  • Share repository of findings with cross functional team foster alignment and empathy


You are someone who has...

  • Minimum 4 years experience designing, conducting, analyzing & reporting UX Research.
  • Ability to work independently and adapt research practices to meet the needs of a start-up environment.
  • A passion for camping and the outdoors.
  • Excellent personal organizational, communication and presentation skills for internal and external stakeholders
  • Excellent leadership skills plus a capacity for continual learning and strong desire to grow a team and others around you
  • Passion for conceiving, designing, building, shipping, and sustaining amazing software products


Working Here

The Dyrt is built by campers, for campers—whether you’re new to camping or have been camping your whole life.


We encourage everyone to spend more time outside, including employees. We offer competitive market-rate salaries, a generous vacation plan, and we even pay employee bonuses for using


The Dyrt in the wild.

This is a full-time remote position. Employees are expected to have high-speed internet and a professional working environment sufficient for clear video conferencing during regular working hours. Many of our employees work virtually from Portland, OR but we’re flexible on location and encourage all to explore. Our founders even work from their van.


The Dyrt is an equal opportunity workplace. We are especially proud to have a female founder and a higher percentage of female employees than the national average for tech companies. We believe that the outdoors are for everyone, and are committed to building an inclusive platform and community that encourages, supports, and celebrates all people interested in camping.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume.


About The Dyrt

The Dyrt was started in Portland, OR, is venture-backed, and has 40-50 employees working virtually around the U.S.

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