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4th Nov

Senior User Researcher

— growing Life Science global

United Kingdom
£50,000 - £75,000

  • Growing global with 30% year on year growth.
  • Wide ranging Life Science products.
  • Strong career development opportunities.
Due to consistent growth with Life Sciences, this global organisation is looking for a Senior User Researcher with hardware/product experience to work in the UX team alongside designers, human factors engineers and scientists. The role can be home based with up to 25% travel to customers and work offices.
What you’ll be doing:
  • Help institute user-Centricity and holistic experience design through deployment and facilitation of various workshops.
  • Humanise life Science technologies to increase value to customers and users.
  • Piece together audience appropriate insights in an inclusive, impactful, storytelling style, from team-wide comms to presentations for C-suite executives.
  • Collaborate with a multi-disciplined teams (Scientists, Engineers, Manufacturing, Marketing etc.).
  • Manage multiple projects across
  • Procure and manage 3rd party research agencies.
What experience you’ll need to apply?
  • Proven experience as a Senior User Researcher or related field, having advised on design for hardware-based technologies (any industries would be fine with Life Science being beneficial)
  • Skilled in the Discovery, Verification and Validation of: unmet needs, value propositions, design requirements and their prioritization, concept and developed designs.
  • Experienced in a range of research methodologies.
  • Professional experience in research, insights, or a related field.
  • A portfolio of work that you are comfortable presenting to both technical and non-technical audiences.
What you’ll get in return for your experience:
Be part of a very successful global with strong year on year growth within Biotech (30%) working on a wide variety of products to help save lives. The company also values diversity and inclusion, and has excellent opportunities for long term career growth.
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Who's managing this role?

Roy Bennett

Roy Bennett

— Head of Science & Engineering Science & Innovation

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