As a UX Designer, do you have the desire to champion your creative mindset and do some good for others at the same time?
Well, then here’s your chance to help change society for the better. Now that’s quite a big claim, but don’t worry keep reading, we can back it up…
We are looking for a UX Design Lead to join a company who are at the forefront of turning cutting edge ideas into reality! They are based in central Oxford, with fantastic transport links. There is a mixture of home and remote based working – so if you can get to Oxford train station, you could potentially live a reasonable distance away.
For this you are going to need to have agency experience, as you will be supporting the new business team with pitches, as well championing UX design lead thinking across the wider business.
With a role with such responsibility, we are looking for a few prerequisites; prior experience as a design leader of a reasonably sized team, experience with bidding and pitching for work and a demonstrable track record of successfully delivering exciting and challenging design projects.
There will be a mixture of managing a (small) in house team, as well as a network of contractors and external design studios. The company are keen to grow their permanent team, with an aim to bring more specialist roles in house.
Enough about the requirements though – what’s in it for you?
You’ll be on £40,000 to £48,000 depending on experience. You will get 25 days holiday (and your bank holidays), plus the option to buy 10 more. Not enough time off?
They take employee wellbeing and professional development very seriously, so there are contributions to both of that, to really look after you!
If you are interested or want to know more, call me, send me a message, DM, carrier pigeon – whatever is easiest. We encourage anyone who feels they are suitable to apply, we love seeing diversity in our applicants. We use specialist technology to ensure there is no gender bias in our adverts.
Every applicant will receive a response. We sometimes make mistakes and miss things from CVs, so you will be given an opportunity to receive feedback and discuss the role in more detail if you feel necessary. Due to the nature of the work, you will be requested to perform a standard DBS check as part of the recruitment process.