UX Researcher

Greater London Contract / 1 year £380. - £400. per day

Do you work in the wonderful world of UX Research?

Are you free in the next few days? Amazing then keep your eyes here…

Well, if you are, then I am working with an awesome Design agency in London who are looking for a freelance UX mid-weight/ senior Researcher/ Planner to start immediately for at least 3 months, but ideally up to 1 year.

I have placed many freelancers at this agency so it’s a great place to work : )

This is Outside IR35 woohoo!

~ They have several projects due to start and some are already running.

~ These projects require a freelance UX planner that can organise and structure information and plan wireframes and UX flows.

~ This individual should be able to come out with innovative ideas, improve existing flows and work together with the creative tech team.

~ Software support: MAC, Figma, MIRO, Apple suite + more.

~ Ideally, they would love you to come into their Ladbrook Grove (West London) office 4 days a week with 1-day remote working if that’s not possible they could do 2 to 3 days a week in there office instead and the rest remote.

If that is still sounding good, pop me a line here and let’s start talking : )

Job Information

Job Reference: JO-2205-254861
Salary: £380. - £400. per day
Salary per: day
Job Duration: 1 year
Job Start Date: ASAP
Job Industries: UI & UX Jobs
Job Locations: Greater London
Job Types: Contract

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