Digital Research UX Designer Dublin FTC 24months

Location: 
Dublin City Centre
Job Type: 
Permanent
Ref: 
BBBH743747
Salary: 
Competitive
Consultant: 
Andrea Ghiselli

Join a new exciting project and help create a new vibrant platform in the financial services space!

Morgan McKinley are supporting a trusted business partner in their recruitment functions. Located in Dublin City Centre, this is an initial 24 month Fixed-Term Contract opportunity for experienced Digital Research and/or UX Designers!

We are looking for 3+ years' experienced professionals to work alongside key stakeholders, experienced designers and developers, product managers and marketing professionals - it's a great team!

Do you wish to polish your experience in Digital Research? In this project, you can design end to end experiences using participatory and iterative design techniques - including observational studies, customer interviews, usability testing and other forms of qualitative research to uncover insights, learn about users' behaviors and verify design concepts.

You've got your heart set on UX Design? As the ideal candidate, you will play a pivotal role in the design of complex UX concepts, including the definition of customer needs, task analysis, and the creation of personas, storyboards, scenarios, user flows and use cases.

If you come from an Agile environment and possess a shareable portfolio, this is the perfect moment to talk through your most recent experience(s) working on SAAS applications and/or iOS/Android specifications for mobile and tablet devices!
Furthermore, technical requirements include experience with:

  • Visual wireframing Software such as Sketch or Adobe Creative Suite or similar
  • Wireframing/prototyping tools like Invision or similar

For more info: Andrea Ghiselli - aghiselli@morganmckinley.ie - 01 4485647

Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.