Kaitohutohu Matua | Senior UX Designer/Advisor (fixed term to 30 June 2023) at Statistics NZ, Wellington
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a multi-discipline team, to collaborate on one of the key strategic priorities of Stats NZ. Play your part in contributing to meaningful outcomes, About Aotearoa, for Aotearoa - data that improves lives today and for generations to come.
- Opportunity to be part of a friendly dynamic team
- Bring your creativity, passion, innovation, and ideas
- Design for new and enhanced products and services
Mōu | For you
Taturanga Aotearoa Stats NZ are dedicated to diversity, equity, inclusion, health and wellbeing. We welcome every gender, ethnicity, ability, religion, age and background and encourage people to be their authentic selves.
Starting salary: $101,767 - $120,000 + superannuation
- Flexible by default, balance life and work commitments
- Develop and grow your career (coaching, training, study support, secondments)
- Contribute to meaningful work that makes a difference to all people in Aotearoa
- 3 extra annual leave days (taken during Christmas office closure), see careers site for other benefits and networks
- City based offices that cater to a variety of working styles and needs
- State or the art, brand new 6-star green building in Wellington
Te tūnga | The role
This role is fixed term, based in Wellington. Reporting to the Programme Director and UX Lead. As a Senior UX Designer you are accountable for leading research, design and testing for new and enhanced products, processes, and services. This includes:
- Undertaking qualitative and quantitative research, including designing and running workshops to build a clear picture of the current state, and future state needs.
- Designing for new and enhanced products, processes, and services, and facilitating the design process
- Leading the usability testing process from design through to testing, analysis, presenting results, and supporting the team.
- Promoting design thinking, visualisation, and user-centric iterative development across the
Nōu te rourou | What you bring
We encourage and consider transferable skills and experience gained from outside of work e.g., cultural, community work, sports, volunteering, or a comparable role in a different sector or industry.
We want to see the following in your cover letter and CV any information relating to:
- Why Tatauranga Aotearoa - Stats NZ is the place for you, why us, and why Government?
- Any information about your knowledge and experience, or desire to learn and build knowledge and experience of Te Tiriti, Tikanga, Te Reo and Te Ao Māori, and engagement with Māori.
- How you've demonstrated or encouraged diversity and inclusion in and/or outside of work.
- Examples of strong relationships you've built and how and why relationships are important.
- Examples where you've demonstrated leadership, e.g. lifted others up, led by example, demonstrated problem solving, owned a project or piece of work, spoken up for yourself or others.
- Examples where you've shown curiosity and tried new things, taken on other perspectives, challenged the norm, reflected on your own and other's behaviours, attitudes or motivations to learn.
- Where you've demonstrated customer centricity, everyone is a customer mentality, collaborated with others and invited feedback, spent time with diverse people and communities to broaden your views.
- Any experience running user research sessions, both remote and in person, documenting and analysing the results.
- Where you've championed the creation of "the BEST" user experience, leveraging your creative design knowledge and experience using a range of design tools to build credibility.
- Any experience translating business and customer needs into technology and service design to deliver a successful product.
- Where you've demonstrated your grasp of user needs to define the user experience and explored different approaches to solve user challenges.
Ko mātou |About Us
Tatauranga Aotearoa - Stats NZ is a Central Government employer of around 1400 people across Aotearoa. We provide data and statistical outputs to support the decisions that the Government, Māori and Iwi organisations, businesses, NGOs and New Zealanders make every day. Our work is About Aotearoa, for Aotearoa - data that improves lives today and for generations to come.
Me pēhea te tuku tono | How to apply
We encourage you to be you in your application! We are truly committed to diversity, inclusion and lifting our cultural capability. You don't need to be knowledgeable in these areas, but you do need to be on board with learning. And please let us know in your application if we need to make any specific accommodations during our process.
Please reach out to Hiring Manger Narelle Smith at Narelle.Smith@stats.govt.nz to arrange a kōrero (chat) before you apply if that is what you need from this process. Or reach out to us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: We will be screening applications as we receive them to move swiftly to interview shortly after the advert closes (depending on application numbers this date may change). You may be asked to complete a pre-interview screen via phone or video.
Check out our careers site to find out more about working at Tatauranga Aotearoa Stats NZ.
Note to Recruitment Agencies: unsolicited CVs will not be accepted, do not contact the Hiring Manager directly, instead reach out to email@example.com
You must have the right to live and work in Aotearoa New Zealand, and have a valid vaccine pass to apply for this job. Pre-employment checks are part of our recruitment process.
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
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