UX Designer

  • Job Reference: 32511
  • Date Posted: 26 April 2022
  • Recruiter: Humand
  • Location: Oxford, Oxfordshire
  • Remote Working: Some remote working possible
  • Salary: £40,000 to £50,000
  • Sector: All Jobs
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Contact: Jamie Kennedy
  • Email: Jamie@Humand.co.uk

Job Description

User Experience Designer, Championing UX to wider business, (Digital and Software)

The Business:

A respected and innovative software business who build products for some of the biggest organisations in UK. They currently outsource lots of their UX and Design work but are keen to bring more of a presence and more UX skills to the business internally, whilst continuing to utilise the support as needed. 

Typical Duties of the UX Designer – don’t worry if you can’t do all of it, they will utilise your skills as you come and train you on the rest of it:

  • UCD, User Centred Design application
  • Provide UX Design and Research on projects
  • Wireframing, prototyping, creating user journeys and user stories
  • Educate, coach and empower the rest of the business with incorporating UX Design into their work
  • Design strategy
  • Advocate Design best practices
  • Be the go-to person for UX and Design ideas within the business and have people bouncing ideas around with you

Soft skills that you will use in the UX Designer role:

  • UCD
  • Creativity
  • Team work
  • Line management
  • Mentoring
  • Communication
  • Analytical
  • Ability to learn
  • Able to prioritise
  • Resource allocation
  • Recruitment and onboarding
  • Career enhancement of other Designers

 

What’s in it for you?

  • Looking at up to £45k really, but if you are pitching higher and can add value, still apply
  • Strong pension
  • Flexible working arrangements around core hours, 10-4
  • Good training budget
  • The equipment and tools you need to do your job
  • Family friendly benefits, such as Maternity and Paternity enhancement
  • Tea, coffee, fresh fruit and snacks
  • Show and tells within the office, where you can learn from others or tell others about your work
  • Office pool table
  • Plenty of holiday and the ability to buy more
  • Social events and company sports and fitness events outside of work
  • A company that cares about your personal development – loads of coaching, training and learning
  • Good sick pay policies

So, how do you secure this Digital Producer position:

  • Apply now or reach out to Jamie
  • Discuss the role and its suitability for you
  • Review the company and the job spec whilst we have a browse of your portfolio
  • Interview with the business
  • Decide if you want to work with them
  • Get hired!