The Mom Project

UX Researcher (Quantitative/Qualitative)

Seattle, WA
Posted on:
October 14, 2020

Company Industry: Technology

Opportunity: The Mom Project is helping to source candidates for the above client who is looking for a UX Researcher (Quantitative/Qualitative) Company
Commitment Level:  40 hours per week, on-site, contract through October 2021

Our Customer’s mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Through their family of apps and services, they are building a different kind of company that connects billions of people around the world, gives them ways to share what matters most to them, and helps bring people closer together.

We are seeking a UX Researcher on a contract basis who can help support the client’s business needs. This role requires a mixed-methods (qual + quant) researcher with excellent communication and people skills to lead UX research workstreams for our Inputs efforts (e.g., hand-tracking, voice input, etc.).

What you’ll do:
•You will work with other UX researchers as well as multi-disciplinary hardware and software teams to push the boundaries and research science spaces.
•Ultimately, your expertise and ingenuity in research must do more than just contribute to knowledge
•Work effectively with cross-functional partners (e.g., industrial design, UX design, hardware & software engineering, PM) to ensure our research accounts for their needs and creates a complete picture of the user experience.
•You will work closely with other UX researchers to help design research plans and specific studies, as well as communicate findings with stakeholders and drive impact of the work.

Must Haves:
•Able to drive impact through a range of research approaches and tools relating to inputs and interaction model development, including internal and external literature review, qualitative methods (observation, contextual inquiry, interview), usability, experimentation, & survey research.
•Able to operationalize qualitative research insights into actionable, measurable UX goals and ensure accountability to these UX goals across the development lifecycle
•Able to work independently executing research, including data collection, data analysis, reporting, shareouts, and knowledge consolidation.
•Able to define studies and coordinate with research assistants to run multiple studies in parallel
•2+ years of experience in product UX research
•Experience in one or more phases of the product lifecycle, from early generative research & to ship & to in-market UX research
•Passion for consumer technology
•Demonstrate a rigorous approach to UX research methods as well as have experience developing solution concepts and shipping consumer products.

Nice to Have:
•Experience shipping consumer hardware and wearable technologies
•Work experience in the AR/VR space
•Strong skills in qualitative research and analysis

•Bachelor's Degree

Hours & Location:
M-F, 40 hours/week. This role will be remote while Covid restrictions are in place. The expectation is to be onsite at Seattle, WA location once it is deemed safe to do so.

Now for the Perks!
● Health Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life (including spouse & child), 401k, STD/LTD, AD&D, and Commuter Benefits program)
● Accrued PTO: Up to 15 days per 12 months on assignment
● New Child Benefit: Up to $4,000 for the birth or adoption of a child while on assignment (conditions apply)

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