Cambridge University Press & Assessment

UX Researcher

Cambridge, England
Posted on:
September 14, 2022

We are Cambridge University Press & Assessment, a world-leading academic publisher and assessment organisation and a proud part of the University of Cambridge.
We are looking for a UX Researcher to join our Education Digital Product Design team to support and lead the research for important strategic projects that will define our digital product strategies.

About The Role

As a UX Researcher, you will be responsible for customer research, to establish key teacher and student problems to solve. You will grow and improve our existing methodologies and establish research as a centre of excellence within the Education Digital Product Design team. Your first projects will look at the future of courseware in the K-12 space and segmenting schools.

You will be part of the wider Digital Design team where you will contribute to a fun, enthusiastic and expert team environment.

About You

You are able to collate and interrogate data to come up with clear findings, judgements, artifacts and recommendations to help inform decision makers. Your expertise is trusted by your colleagues and you know how to bring them along the analysis journey so that we reach consensus.

You are aware of and understand that there are a wide variety of Cambridge customers; including people of different levels of English language, visual, cognitive, auditory, and motor abilities. You make an effort to include a representative section of our customers in your research to help us deliver inclusive products. You are clear in how to incentivise participation without biasing results.

You are able to design, conduct and analyse user-focused experiments, choosing the appropriate methodology for different stages of discovery.

Rewards And Benefits

We will support you to be at your best in work and to live well outside of it. In addition to competitive salaries, we offer a world-class, flexible rewards package, featuring family-friendly and planet-friendly benefits including:

  • Group personal pension scheme
  • Discretionary annual bonus
  • Life assurance up to 4 x annual salary
  • Private medical and Permanent Health Insurance
  • Green travel schemes
  • 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays

We also offer flexible and hybrid working options from day one. We will consider any work arrangements if you wish to work flexibly or require adjustments due to a disability.

Ready to pursue your potential? Apply now.

We review applications on an ongoing basis, with a closing date for all application being 28th September 2022 and interviews are scheduled to take place w/c 3rd October 2022.

Please note that successful applicants will be subject to satisfactory background checks including DBS due to working in a regulated industry.

Why join us

Joining us is your opportunity to pursue potential. You'll belong to a collaborative team that's exploring new and better ways to serve students, teachers and researchers across the globe – for the benefit of individuals, society and the world. Sharing our mission will inspire your own growth, development and progress, in an environment which embraces difference, change and aspiration.

Cambridge University Press & Assessment is committed to being a place where anyone can enjoy a successful career, where everyone has a voice, and where we learn continuously to improve together. Ensuring that everyone feels they belong is essential to who we are, and to the contribution we make to society and our planet.

We believe better outcomes come through diversity of thought, background and approach. We welcome applications from people from all backgrounds and communities, actively seeking to employ people from a wide range of different communities.

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