|Recruiter:||Department for International Trade|
|Listed on:||16th December 2021|
|Location:||London, Cardiff, Darlington, Edinburgh and Belfast|
|Salary Notes:||£34,425 - £44,050 (London: £38,600 - £44,050 / National: £34,425- £40,300) Plus up to £3K allowance depending on skills and location|
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Interaction Designer UX/UI
Location: London, Cardiff, Darlington, Edinburgh and Belfast, United Kingdom
Salary: £34,425 - £44,050 (London: £38,600 - £44,050 / National: £34,425- £40,300) Plus up to £3K allowance depending on skills and location
About DIT DDaT
Join a team at the heart of the global economy!
We create digital services, data tools and technology for businesses to prosper around the world. Have a look at our video!
Our Digital, Data and Technology team develops and operates tools, services and platforms such as great.gov.uk that enable the UK government to provide world leading support to businesses in the UK and overseas.
You'll get to constantly push boundaries in an environment free of heavy legacy, driven by curiosity, social purpose, diversity of thought, entrepreneurship and the aspiration to offer an incredible experience to all our users. Find out more on our blog, Digital Trade.
Let us tell you a little bit about the role...
Interaction Designers are key figures in our digital product teams. DIT's success in international trade depends on our understanding of exporters and investors and building services that meet their needs.
We are looking for Interaction Designer to join our growing profession, so that we are able to deepen our user insight and become stronger advocates for people who need and use DIT's services.
As an Interaction Designer, you will be ...
We are looking for Interaction Designers to join our product teams and help us create high quality experiences for our users.
You are a confident and competent designer who is able to develop designs based on evidence of user needs and organisational outcomes. You can be trusted to make good decisions. You can recognise when to ask for further guidance and support. You know how to contribute to the development of design concepts
Successful candidates will have experience of interpret evidence-based research and incorporate this into your work.
What we're looking for from you...
You will be an experienced Interaction Designer who can:
Essential Skills and Experience:
Appointments may be made to candidates in merit order based on location preferences.
The Department for International Trade embraces and values diversity in all forms. We welcome and pride ourselves on the positive impact diversity has on the work we do, and we promote equality of opportunity throughout the organisation. As such, we run a Disability Confident Scheme (DCS) for candidates with disabilities who meet the minimum selection criteria. Click through to apply and find out more.
Candidates who pass the bar at interview but are not the highest scoring will be held on a 12-month reserve list for future appointments. Candidates who are judged to be a near miss at interview may be offered a post at the grade below the one advertised.