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Lead UX Designer – London – up to £50,000

Lead UX Designer – London – up to £50,000

Job Title: Lead UX Designer – London – up to £50,000
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, United Kingdom
Industry:
Salary: £45,000 - £50,000
Reference: 803
Contact Name: David Lawrence
Contact Email: David.lawrence@amicusjobs.co.uk
Job Published: June 27, 2017 12:15

Job Description

Lead UX Designer – London – up to £50,000

Amicus Recruitment are working with a market leading agency in central London who are on the lookout for a Lead UX Designer to join their team on a permanent basis. You’ll be brought in to join their existing team to manage and lead a team of 3 designers, holding regular 1-1 sessions, running appraisals and help deliver very high quality wireframes and designs for A/B tests.

You’ll be actively involved in training junior designers and assist with the recruitment of new designers as they continue to grow their business.

They are looking for a passionate, driven individual who’s keen to learn and grow whilst gaining a variety of experiences. You will be technical minded, quick thinker and enjoy problem solving.

Skills


You must have experience in these skills to be successful in this position:

  • Background of wire-framing websites
  • Background designing digital products (such as a responsive website)
  • Experience leading/managing a team or teaching junior designers

Desirable

  • Experience working in an agency

Personality

  • Passionate
  • Ability to motivate others
  • Enthusiastic
  • Excellent written and verbal communication

Package

As well as a competitive salary of £45,000 - £50,000 (DOE), they offer an excellent benefits package that includes Contributory Pension Scheme, AXA PPP Healthcare, Dental cover, £750 flexible benefits package, season ticket loan, complimentary drinks fridge and 25 days holiday + BH.

Please send a copy of your most up to date CV to david.lawrence@amicusjobs.co.uk to be considered.