User Research Intern // xbird

March 30, 2017
  • Are you curious about the Digital Health industry?
  • Have you thought of testing yourself in the innovative fast-moving startup environment?
  • Are you a team player with a growth mindset?
  • Do you want to spend your time with an experienced and interdisciplinary team to pursue a common goal?
  • Are you passionate about uncovering key insights that solve problems and drive business forward?
If you replied Yes to most of the questions you might be the new UX Researcher at xbird!

Your tasks will be:

  • Brainstorm with the Design team to identify solutions that both support the needs of the customers and drives business
  • Recruit different user groups for our UX studies
  • Organise and conduct user interviews
  • Document, analyze and present the research results in a compelling manner.

Requirements:

  • You are enrolled at university doing Psychology, Social Sciences, HCI, Design, Business or other relevant degree
  • You are a native German speaker with a good command of English
  • You have exceptional communication and storytelling skills; confidence in inspiring teammates and talking to people via phone and email
  • You pay high attention to detail, you are very organized and reliable
  • If you are experienced in marketing or sales that is a plus, but if you are creative and hardworking we will get you on track

Our offer is:

  • 3-6 Month full time internship that will have a great impact on your future career
  • A fantastic team that will welcome you from day one
  • The opportunity:
    • to contribute to the ultimate greater goal of saving lives
    • to learn from serial entrepreneurs and experienced UX colleagues
    • to shape the future of digital healthcare
  • An amazing workplace where your contribution will be expected and valued

Help us reach our ambitious goal of being the most consumer centric company in Berlin!

Send your application to: jobs@xbird.io

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