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Are you a UX designer looking to work with one of the largest ecommerce businesses in Europe?
This world-renowned bidding platform is rapidly expanding in Europe, recently receiving heavy investment to push their product to the next level.
Location – West Surrey – commutable from Basingstoke, Guildford and Reading
Job Role – UX Designer
Salary - £55,000 + car allowance, flexible working, pension, electronics, free parking and more
You will join a team of established UX Designers and get the opportunity to travel around Europe. This UX Designer role will cover both mobile and web applications, starting from research, ideation, all the way through to collaborating with onsite development teams. You will play a hands-on role dealing with complex scenarios, in-depth research, and will have the opportunity to work autonomously.
As a UX Designer you will be working within an agile methodology on their world class application which sees millions of users across 10+ countries.
This really is an opportunity to make waves on a product with global reach.
You will need to be able to:
UX Design tools – Sketch or similar UX Design tools
Please call or reach out to me, Alex Rutter, even if you don’t have a CV yet, just drop me an email (email@example.com) or give me a call (0203 397 4565) anyway and let’s start a conversation.
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