as Senior UX Researcher, you will be focused on understanding a target audience and how they interact with a particular product or service. seeking the reasons behind behavior and the wants, needs, and priorities of people interacting with our brand. Once we understand what motivates a consumer population to select one product over another, we can figure out how to make the product more appealing, user-friendly and accessible to the masses.
# Own and run user research: You’ll scope and design user/validation research, and define research objectives based on what your stakeholders most want to learn. Then, you’ll write discussion guides to align the team around research objectives.
# Manage research logistics: You understand the complexity involved in setting up research, and can handle logistics like a pro–which means meticulously accounting for every last detail of whatever set up might be necessary.
# Synthesize and share learning: You’ll be responsible for synthesizing what you learn from the research, and sharing that knowledge back to the team. You’ll need to be able to think practically and strategically in order to come up with actionable insights and recommendations.
# Participate in design co-creation sessions to inform the direction of the experience design: You’ll dive into designing experiences and prototypes right along with product managers, designers, and content strategists, helping to shape that experience into the best thing it can be.
# Going beyond simply capturing insights, you will be helping your teams and clients learn from them. You will use these learning to inspire, thereby putting design in motion.
# You have experience in a variety of research methods–interviews, observation, diary studies, prototyping, surveys, user testing, and experiments–at different stages of the design process: to inspire early design work, inform the initial opportunity, collect formative feedback to support iteration, and validate a go-to-market solution.
# Exceptional communication and storytelling skills. Fluency in multiple media for storytelling–while grounding storytelling in research–a bonus.
# Be willing to travel to key markets and co-ordinate with on ground staff to uncover insights from users belonging to other cultures.
# Bachelor degree in Psychology, Behavioral Science, Sociology or Anthropology or Design.
# At least 3 - 4 years of industry work experience in an applied research setting in Local market.
# Demonstrated experience and comprehensive understanding about Local market. This could be from previous experience in UX / market research.
# Strong communication skills as a native speaker and writer of the local market. Fluent in English, speech and written.
# Statistical analysis experience.