We are looking for a determined and intelligent candidate looking to start their UX career at an established and growing agency.
As a junior you will play a supporting role on key projects working with organisations like the Royal Navy, Honda and Versus Arthritis, taking on more responsibility as you learn and develop.
Our UX team is split across our Bristol and London offices, there is a new post being created in each location.
What you’ll be doing:
Learning on the job, you will work on significant projects for important brands. We will support you to take ownership of a wide variety of tasks, activities and responsibilities. This will include responsibility to independently take on discrete tasks including and related to:
Formative research. This will include depth interviews, workshops, surveys and data analysis. You’ll translate your findings into personas, experience maps and requirements.
Definition and design. You’ll be responsible for developing taxonomies and sitemaps as well as collaborating with creative teams to shape the products that we deliver. This will include sketching, as well as lo and hi fidelity wireframes and prototypes. Beyond this you’ll become familiar with writing user stories and managing them using Azure dev ops.
Evaluative research. Throughout development, and during live phases, you will be evaluating and monitoring the impact and performance of the products that you’ve designed. This might be user testing or working with our digital analysts to plan A/B and split tests
Collaborating. You will work closely with colleagues within the UX team, as well as people performing other roles and disciplines – as well as clients. You’ll need to be comfortable working as part of a team and confident to adapt to new systems and processes.
Blogs. You’ll support our content marketing plan by having opinions on what you do, and what you see.
Who we’re looking for:
Someone looking to start their career as a UX practitioner
Whilst you might have some relevant experience, you might be a recent graduate, or someone considering a change of career direction
We need someone who will be able to take on the diversity of tasks that are described above. You don’t need to know it all already, but you do need to be confident that you can learn in a fast paced environment.
You are happy to muck in and thrive working as part of a team and will be able to manage multiple, high value, overlapping workstreams. Initiative, proactivity and diplomacy are all essential.
You have excellent verbal and written communication. You need to be able to articulate an argument both verbally and in written format. Whether presenting back your thinking internally or explaining your rationale to a client in a report, you’ll need to be concise, clear and persuasive
This is an exciting opportunity offering a rewarding and varied role.
We will be closing applications for this post on the 20th of November.
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV (no more than two sides) and a cover letter (of no more than 500 words) explaining why you think you are the right person for the job.
We anticipate receiving a large number of applications for this post but don’t let this put you off. We’ve deliberately kept the application process lean because we’re going to make a decision based on what you could do in the future, rather than what you’ve done already.
In the past entry level UX roles have been taken on by people with a variety of experience - if you’re the right person, we’ll pick you out!