User Experience and Interaction Designer

Job ID: 795546
Location: London
Category: Health
Salary: 47,092 to 58,217 - Plus negotiable
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Job Reference: 984-NAT-NAT-1-0658

Employer:Health Education EnglandDepartment:User Experience DesignerLocation:Stewart House, London, Russell Square, LondonSalary:47,092 to 58,217 - Plus

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The User Experience/Interaction Designer will be embedded within the development teams, supporting the creation and continuous improvement of Health Education England (HEE) suite of new learner information systems which include a mobile first UI for NHS junior doctors. The User Experience/Interaction Designer (UI/UX) will work to fully understand user needs and to ensure the services being developed are optimised for their use.

This requires a close and empathetic relationship with users in order to capture their opinions and ideas, in a way that can be to distilled and translated into prototypes and final iterations. Apart from the users, UI/UX will form close partnerships with the service manager and colleagues in the Development Teams, particularly the user researcher, business analyst and the front end developer.

You will be an excellent communicator and an experienced digital designer who has who has worked in an agile environment focused on delivery. You will be confident in working with users and using a variety of tools and techniques to reach consensus on designs.

Closing date: 17/08/2017
Interview date: 22/08/2017

For further details / informal visits contact:
Robert Pink (TIS Programme Manager) via email on

Ray Hill (TIS Enterprise Architect) via email on

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Job Type:PermanentWorking pattern:37.5 hours per weekPay Scheme:Agenda for changePay Band:8bStaff Group:Administrative & ClericalSpecialty/Function:User Experience Designer

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