Remote then either- London; Manchester; Newcastle; Sheffield; Leeds; Blackpool (Lytham)
3 months contract
An interaction designer is a confident and competent designer who is able to develop designs based on evidence of user needs and organisational outcomes. At this level you:
can be trusted to make good decisions
can recognise when to ask for further guidance and support
contribute to the development of design concepts
should be able to interpret evidence-based research and incorporate this into your work
Deliver a cloud platform which will be reused by all projects across Shared Channels Experience (SCE)
Use existing Hybrid Cloud Services (HCS) capabilities in a common way across SCE
Build a common CI/CD pipeline across SCE
Deliver common platform capabilities across SCE such as Domain lookup Secrets Management and an Event platform
Deliver common monitoring and alerting capability across SCE which can be used by multiple project teams
A single Atlas account to manage databases across SCE.
Agile working. You know about agile methodology and can apply an agile mindset to all aspects of your work. You can work in a fast-paced evolving environment and use an iterative method and flexible approach to enable rapid delivery. You are unafraid to take risks willing to learn from mistakes and appreciate the importance of agile project delivery for digital projects in government. You can ensure the team knows what each other is working on and how this relates to practical government objectives and user needs.
Communicating information. You can communicate effectively across organisational technical and political boundaries understanding the context. You know how to make complex and technical information and language simple and accessible for non-technical audiences.
If you feel you are suited to this role, please be sure to submit your CV.