Sr. User Researcher

New York
US$120000 - US$130000 per year

Sr. User Researcher
Media
$120,000-$130,000
New York, NY

I am looking for a top notch Sr. User Researcher with proven expertise in building fundamental research studies that will help this company best understand what their customers need/want. By analyzing and understanding behavioral patterns, you will be able to help this company understand customers to the best of their abilities! If you are looking for a role that is going to allow you to document and track each individual aspect of one's behavior whilst using SQL, Python and R, this role would be perfect for you!

THE COMPANY:

This company is one of the biggest media companies in the world! With over 150 million users internationally, they are one of the most used media companies in the world. They currently have a team of over 500 analysts stationed internationally, working on understanding customers and their needs better. With your help, they are looking to reach a broader spectrum of customers by improving the quality of their product.

THE ROLE:

You will be responsible for conducting various forms of research that will aide the company in better understanding their customers and behavioral trends using SQL, Python, R and other research methods. You will actively:

  • Use various research methods to identify the best practices in how to target customers: some tools utilized will be SQL, R and Python
  • Conduct click-stream analysis, A/B testing, eye tracking, and customer feedback analysis whilst identifying data using SQL
  • Conduct attitudinal research to better understand the relationship between customer's actions VS what they are saying and segment this information using SQL
  • Analyze self-imported data derived from surveys and card sorting in order to appropriately analyze customer behavior and predict what customers will do next using R and Python
  • Derive insights using quantitative and quantitative methods derived from mathematical analysis such as survey tools and web survey logs
  • Analyze human computer interaction and make an educated
  • Conduct A/B tests to determine what consumers gravitate towards

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Extensive proven experience as a User Research
  • PhD in psychology or Human Interaction
  • Proficiency in SQL, Python and R
  • The ability to lead your own team of analysts
  • Previous A/B testing, eye tracking and customer feedback analysis experience
  • Experience managing a team of high performing User Experience trackers

BENEFITS:

  • Highly competitive salary range of $120,000-$130,000
  • Paid vacation days and days off
  • Insurance Package
  • The ability to lead your own team of analysts

HOW TO APPLY:

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Gamou Ngom via the link provided on this page

KEYWORDS:

User researcher, Analytics, Analysis, sentiment studies, human behavior, behavioral patterns, SQL, Tableau, A/B Testing, click-stream, SQL, Python, R

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