London, City of London - Greater London
£30,000 - £45,000 per annum
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A User Experience Researcher is needed to join an ever-growing team for a multi-award-winning healthcare company utilising AI and Machine Learning.
With this role, the User Researcher will be working with a team of the best scientists, mathematicians and engineers to combine knowledge and expertise to create a universally available health service. Some of the main tasks for the User Researcher will be working with AI to improve medical care. You will orchestrate both virtual and physical services and explore how the client can expand their brand.
To be the successful UX Researcher you will have the following skills:
It would be great if you also have:
The client is looking to hold interviews as soon as possible because of the rapidly expanding client base and products.
If this UX Research role isn’t the right fit for you but you are interested in a move, then do get in touch as we have a consistent demand for UX talent across our clients.
Consortia are a specialist recruiter of UX across the UK and the US. Positions include but are not limited to UX Designers, UX Researchers, Lead UX Designers, Lead UX Researchers, Head of UX, UX Architect, UX Consultant, etc.
Salary: £30,000-£45,000 (plus bonus, pension, training budgets and flexi working)
Skills: UX Researcher, User Experiencer Research, A/B Testing, Qualitative and Quantitative methods
Contact: Zak Underwood
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