Senior User Researcher

Ref No. BHN535288
Benefits competitive
Location Westminster, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (12 months)
Job Status Empty
IR35 Status Inside


Senior User Researcher urgently required on an initial 12 month contract for our Central Government client.


Senior User Researcher | 12 month contract | Westminster (hybrid working) | Inside IR35

The Job

Senior User Researcher urgently required on an initial 12 month contract for our Central Government client located in Westminster, London.

You will be responsible for leading on research projects, working with a wider team of Designers, Analysts and Developers to help define and deliver the best methodology to address the specific needs in producing a responsive digital service. Familiarise yourself with the project's user research work to date and devise a strategy of moving the work forward. Plan, design and conduct user research sessions, including guerrilla testing, user testing, focus groups and workshops, persona creation and card sorting on a regular basis, testing both high-level concepts, and aspects of the service as it is designed and developed, and developing and maintaining a picture of the users.

The ideal candidate will have 5+ years of recent experience as a User Researcher. Can point to recent experience in taking a lead User Researcher role within a team, setting research direction and mentoring junior research colleagues. Responsible for managing team dynamics and holding sufficient authority to effectively challenge points of design without alienating individuals and working within an agile project environment, and maintaining effective performance in difficult and challenging circumstances.

NB: Successful applicant will be brought on board with BPSS clearance and must be eligible to undertake SC, once assignment begins.

To apply, please submit latest CV.


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