SNR USER CENTRED SERVICE DESIGNER - REMOTE - £650pd

SNR USER CENTRED SERVICE DESIGNER - REMOTE - £650pd
  • £645 - £650 per Day
    DAY
  • Contract
  • London, England, UK EH2 4QZ London London GBR EH2 4QZ
Job Ref: 50218059
Sector: Creative, UI and UX
Date Added: 16 November 2021

SENIOR USER CENTRED SERVICE DESIGNER - INSIDE IR35 - 6 MONTHS - REMOTE - £650pd

Our client requires the knowledge and support of a Senior User Centred Service Designer to assist the delivery of a large scale, complex programme.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be an advocate for inclusive, collaborative, user centred service design practices and embed them into service design and delivery.
  • Advise on which service design tools and methods to use.
  • Work with user researchers to understand and meet the needs of users across a variety of channels.
  • Champion design for users for whom assisted digital and / or accessibility technologies are required to access a service.
  • Facilitate co-design with design teams, citizens services users, and other stakeholders.
  • Prototype and validate proposed design solutions using a variety of prototyping tools.
  • Identify and understand constraints, communicate these and work within them (including challenging the validity of constraints where appropriate whilst ensuring standards are being met.)
  • Make and guide on design decisions and communicate how decisions have been reached.

Essential Skills

  • Experience in a senior service designer role, designing and delivering a wide range of service design activities including: support team members to understand the value of design, negotiating design briefs and service developments, leading service design activates, and delivering service outcomes based on user, staff and organisational needs.
  • Ability to choose and apply appropriate user-centred design methods (from data gathering, idea &concept generation, and prototyping) for different design life cycle phases and situations.
  • Ability to communicate design approaches and insights effectively in such a way as to stimulate conversation and collaboration.
  • Knowledge of other user centred design practices and experience of collaborating with them for service delivery.
  • Promote the value of iterative design based on user feedback
  • Enable the design process through the visual communication of ideas

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnerships, pregnancy or maternity or age

Lorien
16/12/2021 10:24:12
GBP 645 650 Day
Contact Consultant:
Tracey Bayar

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