Flexible Location: NES is a remote friendly employer supporting office, remote and hybrid working. We’re happy to talk about how you want to work.
Work Pattern: Fixed-term, Full Time, 37.5 hours per week.
Fixed-term or Secondment until 31/03/2025
*Secondment or SLA only for NHS staff in the first instance.
Who We Are
NHS Education for Scotland (NES) is the national health board with statutory responsibilities to effect sustainable change through workforce development, education and training across the health and social care system in Scotland, while working at UK level with partner organisations.
NES Technology Service has created a strategic programme for the transformation of digital based services to allow NES to become a leading digital organisation in Scottish Health, digital by default and fully aligned with the Scottish Government’s technology strategies.
We are in the business of providing safe, secure and innovative technology products and services that aim to improve outcomes across education, training, workforce, health and care in the public sector in Scotland.
We are looking for a UX Researcher to join our small, but highly talented and growing team to collaborate and problem-solve some of the most complex challenges in health and social care.
Working within the Experience team you will have the opportunity to provide actionable insights that represent the voice of our users to directly inform the development and delivery of user-centred digital services for health and care professionals, and the general public.
Do you want to play a key role in developing a user-centred approach to the design and delivery of digital technologies used across NHS Scotland?
What We Love to See
UX Researchers offer a broad range of skills and experience, if you can offer some or all of these, we’d love you to apply:
- Proven experience as a UX researcher
- A clear understanding of user research techniques and user interface principles
- Ability to confidently lead and facilitate workshops, interviews, usability studies, surveys and contextual enquiries
- Highly experienced in collaborating with multi-disciplinary teams, communicating research in a clear, meaningful and actionable manner
- Ability to collaboratively plan and conduct UX research with a diverse range of stakeholders and users
- Highly effective communicator with a curious mind and an empathetic nature
- Ability to work autonomously and use own initiative, to organise and prioritise workload and to meet strict deadlines
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