User Researcher

London - Leeds, United Kingdom

Job Description

Role: User Researcher

Location: London OR Leeds

Duration: 6 Months

Rate: \xc2\xa3550pwd

We have a brand-new and exciting position with one of our Banking & Financial Services clients for a User Researcher, experienced in working with Internal Team Research. User researchers will help service designers to build a deeper understanding of user needs and work with service designers, analysts, and developers to iteratively improve services for colleagues.

The ideal candidate will have experience working as a User Researcher previously, have a strong understanding of both Qualitative and Quantitative Research methods and ability to analyse said research as well.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate in developing a premium research environment using the latest user research innovations and methods.
  • Plan, execute and communicate studies that reveal the motivations and behaviours of our colleagues to inform and support service design activities and approaches.
  • Collaborate in developing and executing user research studies with a range of qualitative and quantitative methods, including user testing, workshops, contextual enquiry, focus groups and surveys.
  • Collaborate closely with service designers to gain a better understanding of our customers\' behaviours and needs and help in mapping out their lifecycle with high-impact research.
  • Develop and support research studies throughout the journey lifecycle, from generative and discovery research and user testing to post-launch analysis.
  • Assist in building a common insight database, combining different data sources and inputs into a unique hub serving the entire business.
  • Identify the best techniques to provide actionable cross-function insight for internal people, processes, and projects.
  • Effectively collaborate with other analytics and insight teams to identify opportunities and build a solid understanding of our customer base.
Desired Experience:
  • Proven experience in gathering and delivering actionable insights from user research for product development and optimisation.
  • Experience with exploratory and evaluative qualitative research methods.
  • Experience with quantitative methods like surveys or a keen interest to develop these skills (desirable).
  • Proven experience in knowledge management and reporting (desirable but not essential)
  • Creativity and open-minded approach to research methodologies.
  • Evidence of how you\'ve impacted your teams through research.
  • Experience with modelling and synthesising research insights into different deliverables and visualisations -such as mindsets and user journey maps.
  • Ability to produce reports that effectively capture and communicate key observations and findings to stakeholders.
  • Ability to synthesize research findings and to uncover and articulate insights that will inform and inspire design.
  • Strong communication, critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills.
  • Strong collaboration skills - you would be joining a diverse and lively cross-functional team engaged in cultural transformation and pushing the boundaries of user research in the industry.
Candidates will ideally show evidence of the above in their CV to be considered.

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