Seeking an experienced UX Lead for an initial 3 month contract with long subsquent extension options in a large government agency based in Sydney CBD.
To orchestrate effective UX practices, and implement service design & delivery functions with respect to the change implementation based on validated research, testing and service design considerations across the business area.
Ownership of all of the service design aspects and service delivery components
Implementation of user-centred design approach, UX activities and design disciplines
‘Architect’ change in an effective manner as part of the overall design function
Ability to embed effective service design and practices within the agencies
Delivery of a range of working services within the agencies
Stakeholder research and reviews, reporting and updates for all transformational aspects
Mapping out of service considerations and organisational change practices
Guidance and support in order to direct Service Owner (SO) and Product Owners (PO)
Impact in a meaningful manner the organisational ‘DNA’ of service delivery
Sustainably apply design methods across the project implementation and delivery
Engender capacity building and service design opportunities within the organisation
The UX Lead will require a thorough understanding of UX principles, research and user-centred approach. They will have the following abilities, skills and experience:
Track record of delivered and working services within public & private sector
Thorough understanding of UX principles, research and user-centred approach
Ability to work with dynamic team in a collegiate manner contributing to team culture
Self-organising, motivated and passionate about quality delivery
Experience developing service maps and the ability to guide the service design disciplines
Excellent user research & testing activities knowledge
Applications close 25/03/2015. Apply here or contact David or Damian on 02 9253 4300.
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