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May 9, 2018
Mozilla 側の代表: Kadir Topal, email@example.com, MDN プロダクトマネージャ
- 場所: 米国とカナダ (東部タイムゾーン優先)
- 自宅での作業が可能: はい
重要: これはフルタイムの契約ポジションで、雇用は代理店を通じて処理され、Mozilla の恒久的な仕事ではありません。 契約終了時にフルタイムの従業員に転職する可能性がある。
- Work with product managers, designers, and engineers to understand needs and prioritize research projects.
- Conduct and direct research on multiple aspects of products and experiences targeting developers.
- Quickly develop clear and detailed research proposals and plans that outline study goal, project scope, target participants, and appropriate evaluative and generative research methods.
- Provide survey design for quantitative studies of developer behavior.
- Direct participant recruitment, screener development, and scheduling.
- Advocate research findings to diverse audiences through written reports and in-person presentations.
- Lead the creation and maintenance of research documentation (interview protocols, test scripts, surveys, etc).
Your professional profile...
- You have a degree, or equivalent experience, in design, human-computer interaction, cognitive science, experimental psychology, anthropology, information science, or related discipline.
- You have at least 3 - 5 years of work experience in a user research setting.
- You have a deep understanding of the strengths and shortcomings of different research methods, including when and how to apply them during each product phase.
- You are conversant with a diverse set of methodologies including user testing, cognitive walk-throughs, 1:1 user interviews, remote testing, field studies, and surveys. Further, we encourage you to be creative and experimental in your approach and methodology.
- You are flexible and efficient – You are comfortable exercising a balance between inspiration, bias, and rigorous research in order to move quickly from planning to conducting a project, synthesizing insights, and informing opportunities.
Send an email to Kadir Topal, MDN product manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your CV/resumé, a cover letter explaining why you'd be a good fit for the job, and any other supporting information you think might be useful.