At JFrog, we’re reinventing DevOps to help the world’s greatest companies innovate -- and we want you along for the ride. This is a special place with a unique combination of brilliance, spirit and just all-around great people. Here, if you’re willing to do more, your career can take off. And since software plays a central role in everyone’s lives, you’ll be part of an important mission. Thousands of customers, including the majority of the Fortune 100, trust JFrog to manage, accelerate, and secure their software delivery from code to production -- a concept we call “liquid software.” Wouldn't it be amazing if you could join us in our journey?
JFrog is seeking a passionate and seasoned UX researcher and consultant for our next-generation Platform products to join our global UX team of the DevOps Platform experience. To join us, you need to demonstrate broad and diverse UX expertise. You'll play a pivotal role in establishing the user research capability at JFrog and building the foundation for future growth of the function.
As a UX Researcher in JFrog, you will...
- Build and execute end-to-end research projects to provide deep user insights and market context to impact product strategy
- Conduct primary research to explore the behaviors and motivations of our users using a range of methodologies
- Work in close coordination with Product Managers, UX Designers, Engineers, and Product Marketers to ensure research supports and helps to define deliverables
- Become an advocate for users throughout the product development cycle
- Create high-quality deliverables and present research findings to a broad range of stakeholders
- Identify new opportunities to create repeatable processes that help the UX team scale
To be a UX Researcher in JFrog you need...
- Minimum of 2 years experience working as an UX Research and 5 years in the experience domain
- End-to-end experience with all aspects of the research life-cycle (design, recruitment, moderation, analysis, reporting, socialization, budgeting)
- A strong understanding of the strengths and shortcomings of different research methods (usability testing, concept testing, focus groups, in-depth interviews, diary studies, surveys, etc.), including when and how to apply them
- Experience working in direct collaboration with product managers, UX designers, and engineers
- A team player and resilient in the face of challenges