UX Researcher (Remote)
- Job Title
- UX Researcher (Remote)
- Job ID
- Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417
- Other Location
From our start in 2009, Conexess has established itself in 3 markets, employing nearly 200+ individuals nation-wide. Operating in over 15 states, our client base ranges from Fortune 500/1000 companies to mid-small range companies. For the majority of the mid-small range companies, we are exclusively used due to our outstanding staffing track record
Who We Are:
Conexess is a full-service staffing firm offering contract, contract-to hire, and direct placements. We have a wide range of recruiting capabilities extending from help desk technicians to CIOs. We are also capable of offering project-based work.
Conexess Group is aiding a large healthcare client in their search for a UX Researcher in a remote capacity. This is a long-term opportunity with a competitive compensation package.
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- Apply data-wrangling skills across data domains
- Discover and share data-driven insights and visuals, collaborate to design experiments, construct and interpret quantitative analyses, and build statistical studies
- Research and analyze data to distill customer trends and identify opportunities to improve the customer experience and achieve business goals
- Work closely with qualitative researchers, data teams in other parts of the organization, business and product teams, and the extended experience design team to track quantitative markers of the user experience.
- 4-6 years of work experience in the IT field and a broad knowledge of technology.
- Experience applying your quantitative research background (from social science, computer science, or other analytics-heavy discipline)
- Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks.
- Demonstrated ability to meet project deadlines and deliverables
- Continued enhancement of Technical Skills through continuing education/seminars and interaction with other Technology disciplines.
- Data wrangling and profiling
- Journey analytics creation