Accessibility User Research - Subcontractor(s)

We are looking for experienced user researchers with an accessibility and inclusion specialism, assisting with end-to-end user research projects. Projects can last anything from a day to a couple of months, involve one or several accessibility consultants, and be remote or onsite. The work can include composing screener surveys, designing tasks, facilitating moderating sessions, analysing results, and composing reports as well as directly engaging with clients. The participants of the research are disabled and silver surfer participants, sourced from our growing participant database.  

About you

To apply you will need to have: 

  • Professional indemnity insurance up to £1m cover 
  • Two professional references.
  • You will be required to have your own hardware, including a desktop or laptop, ideally on Windows laptop, iPhone, and Android phone. 
  • You will be required to have your own hardware, including a desktop or laptop, ideally on Windows laptop, iPhone, and Android phone.
  • Most of the software we use will either be provided or is free to use. The exception is the JAWS screen reader. We suggest Sight and Sound to purchase JAWS.

Find Out More

For a full list of essential and desirable skills/experience, you can download a job description

To Apply

Please send us an up-to-date CV summarising your qualifications and experience, as well as a covering letter using the form below. Or you can email these directly to access@abilitynet.org.uk. This email address can also be used if you have any queries about the role.

We welcome applicants from overseas. However, to apply you will need to have the right to work in the UK as we do not sponsor work permits.
 


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