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9 months ago
The Book Recruitment
Salary: £30000 - £35000 per annum
Location: Manchester
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Thomas Castleman
Sector: Advertising / Creative Agency
Category: Creative Jobs
An international brand within education that are looking to grow their already strong Design/Creative division.

This organisation is known for having a great culture and brilliant engagement with their customer base

Job Description:

The UX Researcher will be working multiple business functions and gathering digital business requirements and customer insights and turning them into effective solutions for the business

The main focus of this role will be conducting customer research and analysing the results and will have a huge impact within this fast-growing area of the business.

What We're Looking For:

The candidate will need to have strong analytical skills and must be great at translating those needs into research plans objectives. The successful candidate will have extensive experience of user research and the research process.

To Apply:

If you think this role would suit you, please apply via the link below or call Tommy Castleman onfor a confidential discussion about the position.

We respond to all CVs so you will hear back from us within the next couple of days.

About Us:

The Book is the sister company of Network Marketing and specialises in creative and digital recruitment for agencies and in–house creative studios throughout the UK.

The Book is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age

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