Senior User Researcher in London - outside IR35

  • Ad Hoc Global
  • London, UK
  • May 19, 2020
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We are on the lookout for a Senior User Researcher who has a strong grasp of UX design to be part of a public sector project starting late June 2020. The project is moving ahead during the pandemic and there will likely be flexible options regarding location and remote working.

What you’ll do

  • Lead Discovery user research inline with GOV.UK standards
  • Define, plan, and conduct user research
  • Deliver compelling insights to the product and design teams
  • Facilitate evidence-based product and design decisions
  • Delivery research following GDS and NHS best practice standard

Who you are

  • You have experience in conducting research within central government
  • You have broad experience of qualitative research methods as well as quantitative methods
  • You are comfortable planning, scoping, conducting, analysing and communicating research
  • You are comfortable with discovery stage and alpha stage

Please reach out with an updated CV and outline of portfolio.

The role is OUTSIDE IR35

Experience level of the applicant we want


Industry of our company/organisation

Academia, university,   Accountancy, banking and finance,   Business, consulting and management,   Charity, non profit, voluntary,   Creative arts and design,   Digital Media,   Energy and utilities,   Engineering and manufacturing,   Environment and agriculture,   Healthcare,   Hospitality and events management,   Information technology,   Law,   Law enforcement and security,   Leisure, sport and tourism,   Marketing, advertising and PR,   Media and internet,   Property and construction,   Public services and administration,   Recruitment and HR,   Retail,   Sales,   Science and pharmaceuticals,   Social care,   Teacher training and education,   Transport and logistics