NimbleRx

UX Researcher

Company:
NimbleRx
Location:
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Redwood City, CA
Posted on:
December 18, 2020

You Will

NimbleRx is a health technology startup offering a simple and fast prescription delivery app, in partnership with regional and independent pharmacies. Our mission is to bring pharmacies into the future by building a convenient and easy-to-use service, while rooting our team in a patient-first mentality. We thrive on helping customers and making lives easier.

  • Design and conduct user research surveys with Nimble customers
  • Research the customer base on both consumer (patients) and business (pharmacy partners) sides
  • Collaborate with Design, Product, Data, and Engineering to enhance user experience
  • Dive deep into Nimble's consumer apps (web/mobile) and pharmacy dashboards (web)

What You Bring

  • BS in Human Computer Interaction, UX, or related
  • Working experience in user research and survey design, preferably at a consumer services company
  • Experience utilizing and working with large data sets
  • Bias for action, get-it-done attitude
  • Active listening and excellent communication skills

What's in it for you:

  • Rare opportunity to change an industry and lives of millions. We are reinventing healthcare / pharmacy - your (grand) parents and your (grand) children will understand and appreciate what you do
  • Compassionate and driven colleagues in a fun environment where success is celebrated
  • Medical / dental / vision / 401K package that fit your needs
  • Unlimited vacation policy - work hard and take time when you need it

At Nimble, we are dedicated to putting patients first and improving pharmacies across America. Join us on this exciting journey!

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