Creative Circle

UX Researcher

Location:
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San Jose, CA
Posted on:
November 1, 2021

The Bay Area's best-known search engine giant is seeking a UX Researcher to assist their team.

‍Top Responsibilities

  • Meeting with stakeholders to gather research requirements.
  • Gathering research data via interview, survey, Usability Testing, etc.
  • Analyzing research findings.
  • Preparing reports.

Ideal Qualifications

  • B.A./B.S. (Completed) in Human Factors, Psychology, HCI/Computer Science, or other related fields or equivalent practical experience.
  • 1-3 years or experience.
  • Experience with one or more of the following methods: usability studies, concept tests, benchmarks, diary studies, interviewing consumers (aka user interviews), field research, surveys.
  • Proficient in following research methodology: interview, survey, usability testing, concept testing, hats analysis.

Submit resume (and samples if applicable) to: Amanda.Marshall@jobalert.creativecircle.com

‍About Creative Circle

‍Creative Circle is a recruiting agency, and we proudly match professionals with companies looking for talented team members. The above listing is for a role with one of our clients. Our connections at top companies get your resume in front of the right people and access to amazing positions that aren't posted anywhere else. If you’re a good fit for this role (or another we're currently working on), a local recruiter will reach out to schedule a screening interview. We present only the top candidates to our clients.

For Creative Circle to represent you for this opportunity, you must be currently authorized to work in the United States without the need of employer sponsorship for a non-immigrant visa.

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