At GemPool we are working with a software company that offers a suite of tools and services aimed at helping developers write high-quality code. The company's main product is an open-source platform for continuous code quality inspection. It can be integrated into a developer's workflow to analyze code as it's being written, identifying potential issues and suggesting improvements to ensure that code is clean, maintainable, and secure. Right now they are looking to scale their UX team and are in the market for a Senior UX Researcher.
They are based in Geneva, Switzerland and they use a hybrid working model.
Establish and lead UX research practices to inform the development of new features and improve existing ones
Conduct in-depth research studies and identify patterns in user behaviors based on quantitative data
Collaborate with other team members to increase the impact and awareness of research, manage the research roadmap, and prioritize research efforts based on stakeholder input
Train team members in user research methodologies and enable product managers, designers, and developers to apply research skills as necessary
Participate in defining team and product objectives, contribute to design decisions with research-based evidence, and participate in building analytics dashboards
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more info. Skills Required
At least 5 years of professional experience practicing UX research and integrating it into a product-driven organization
A bachelor's degree in a design research-related field such as statistics, marketing, social sciences, experimental psychology, human factors, design, or the equivalent
Strong written and oral communication skills, as well as excellent planning and organizational skills
Familiarity with agile practices and principles, as well as the ability to manage multiple competing priorities and work autonomously
A lifelong learner with a curiosity to explore new approaches
Experience working with complex enterprise software and/or in the developer tool industry.
Basic knowledge of programming and a solid understanding of highly technical audiences.
A passion for open source and an interest in contributing to open source communities.
A background in product design with proficiency in design tools and methodologies, such as wireframing, prototyping, and user testing.
A master's or Ph.D. in a design research-related field such as statistics, marketing, social sciences, experimental psychology, human factors, design, or equivalent is preferred but not required.