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Full-Time

User Researcher

We’re looking for a User Researcher to join the Setel KL team. We are obsessed about delivering a seamless and frictionless retail experience for our customers. We strongly believe that we can only deliver these amazing experiences for our customers and merchants when we drive a work culture which inspires innovation, rewards risk-taking and celebrates success. If you want to take more ownership of your career, then you’re ready to be part of Setel.

In This Role You Will:
  • Ensure research is grounded in deep and contextual understanding of what matters to the customers.
  • Own and manage user research activities; everything from guerrilla research to online usability test and generative research programs.
  • Deliver end to end research program – conduct and moderate one-on-one in depth interview sessions, research synthesis, compile reports and presentation of findings.
  • Create and maintain a repository of research knowledge/insights, Customer Journeys and other deliverables from research activities.
  • Researching / trialling new research tools to improve research practices and work efficiencies .
  • A relentless drive to get stuff done.  A hands-on problem solver, you persevere when others fall away. You do whatever it takes to generate and present meaningful insights – trawl research recordings and help with translation as needed.
  • Work closely with designers, product managers, engineers and analytics team .

You’re a great fit if you have:

  • At least 3 years of working experience as user researcher with knowledge and experience in various research methods (Qualitative and Quantitative). Able to work with user research independently – observation, interview, survey, contextual and usability testing).
  • Curious about people and their behaviour, obsessive about uncovering customer problems.
  • An analytical mind to sift through the behaviours, finding meaning in research data and translating it into insights.
  • Ability to probe for meaning in user interviews, must be comfortable having conversation with people and search for behavioural patterns.
  • Strong written and spoken English, and multi-lingual to facilitate interviews in local language (added advantage).
  • Team player.
  • Excellent communication, presentation, interpersonal, and analytical skills.
  • Ability to learn quickly in a dynamic environment.
  • Degree in Organizational Psychology, Human Centred Design or equivalent. A working experience of the equivalent is also acceptable for the position.

Bonus Qualifications