Senior UX Designer
Reporting to the User Experience (UX) Manager the Senior UX Designer will be responsible for driving new and exciting user centred developments and optimising the end to end experience for Jet2 .com and Jet2holidays website visitors across multiple platforms.
Working within the wider Marketing Team, you will lead the UX Design Team in identifying, analysing and creating market leading experiences and collaborate effectively with business and technical teams. You'll be at home with balancing business requirements with what is right for our users, and effectively deliver measured improvements to our sites liaising closely with the UX Manager to deliver the UX roadmap.
You'll be a top UX Designer, with a portfolio to prove it. With an increasing number of mobile visitors you'll be experienced in creating mobile experiences. You'll be able to take the lead on large scale projects, and from concept to launch endeavour to deliver experiences our users want, can easily use, and remember using. You'll be able to inspire other designers by spotting areas for improvement from both detailed analytics, and your experience in UX. It will be important to speak up for a user centred approach to everything we do across the business. You will be experienced in the production of cross platform interactive wireframes, have a deep understanding of usability and accessibility design standards and approaches with advanced skills in Adobe Creative Suite.
In return, we offer an excellent salary and benefits package with fantastic opportunities for progression in a growing business.
This is a great opportunity to be part of an exciting forward thinking business. We operate scheduled leisure flights to holiday destinations in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands and to European Leisure Cities from our 9 UK bases.
Help us to send our all-important customers on holiday with Jet2 .com and Jet2holidays !!
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- Full time
Posted 3 Jul 2017
Closes 2 Aug 2017
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