Senior UX Designer/UX and Design/Business level Japanese(6152)

JELLYFISH, INC

Job Overview

  • Salary 6.0M-9.0M JPY (ANNUAL) JPY / Month
  • English Level Not necessary
  • Japanese Level Business Level
  • Restricted to Domestic Applicants? Overseas applicants allowed
  • Visa Sponsorship Yes

Job Description

The Senior UX Designer will work with the head of the Design & Delivery team to ensure that all aspects of UX and the UX team are working to their full potential.

You will be responsible for determining UX policies and standards and ensuring that the team adheres to those policies. You will also work with other department heads and the General Manager to ensure that projects are delivered in the best possible way for the benefit of the client and Tigerspike.

(Main duties)

・Prepare, conduct and document workshops.
・Conduct user surveys and document the analysis of the survey results.
・Create and communicate user flows, information architecture, wireframes, and site maps.
・Conduct UX reviews during the design and development process of products.
・Expedite the user testing process

Job Requirements

Advanced level of Japanese N2.
Have a passion for UX
Very good interpersonal skills.
Effective written communication skills
Effective verbal communication skills.
Ability to work on multiple projects in parallel
Ability to work accurately, even under tight deadlines
Proactive and self-motivated to achieve results
Ability to work effectively in a team environment
Willing to take on a wide variety of tasks
Enthusiastic about technology
Integrity
Be punctual
Have permission to work in Japan

 

 

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