Head of UX
Salary £60,000 - £75,000 per annum
Consultant Lawrence Matthews
Date posted 02 September 20192019-09-02 2019-11-01 it Manchester Greater Manchester GB M3 3HF GBP 60000 75000 75000 YEAR Robert Walters https://www.robertwalters.co.uk https://www.robertwalters.co.uk/content/dam/robert-walters/global/images/logos/web-logos/square-logo.png
Head of UX Manchester – United Kingdom £75,000 plus benefits
Head of UX
Manchester – United Kingdom
£75,000 plus benefits
This is a fantastic opportunity to join of one of the UK’s fastest growing Fintech’s, whilst working within a team with a core focus of digital technology. The company itself is rapidly growing, however remains responsive and receptive to market changes, and therefore refocussed investment and innovation. This blue-chip backed organisation in Manchester is seeking the best talent in order to improve their maturity within UX and the market itself. Currently shifting from waterfall to agile, you will be at the forefront of change within this organisation.
As the Head of UX, you will be responsible for driving their new division forward. A newly created team based around the emphasis on product and UX, your role will be pivotal to the success of both the team and the company. Whilst developing your career, developing the working environment and working on important projects and pathways, you will be at the forefront of market leading change and innovation.
As the Head of UX you should possess:
- Strong experience leading a UX function, ideally taking them form ow maturity and progressing that.
- Passionate and energising communication; to be the person who can champion UX throughout the business.
- Outstanding stakeholder management and influencing skills.
- Strong experience across UX research processes, UX Design processes, UX architecture, lean UX design sprints, UX methodologies etc.
For an opportunity too good to miss, in the fastest growing tech market in Europe, with one of the fastest growing FinTech companies in the North West;
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