User Experience Designer

JP Morgan

Location: Glasgow City

Job Type: Full time


If you love delivering best of breed designs including how to best present them on various channels end users with accessibility in mind, we would be excited to hear from you.

We are looking for a UX Designer to join our design team focused on Credit Risk enterprise systems to create a better experience for our global network of employees. The apps we support include dashboards, data visualizations, and the management of project costs and teams.

You will have the ability to distinguish between feature requests and design revisions from user goals and objectives.

What will be involved in the role?

  • Create wireframes, UI designs, and interactive prototypes
  • Leverage and contribute to our design system
  • Provide constructive feedback and innovative ideas within your team
  • Share your designs to solicit constructive feedback
  • Collaborate with UX Researchers for journey maps, personas, and usability testing
  • Partner with product and development teams to launch solutions that balance business, user, and technical priorities
  • Present your designs with expertise and rationale while advocating for end users
  • Work on multiple projects with various levels of UX engagement, timelines, and expectations
  • Identify opportunities for design and process improvements and drive their implementation

What do you need to be considered?

  • Bachelor’s degree in a UX/HCI, Graphic Design, or related field
  • Experience within the UX Design field
  • A11y knowledge/experience.

It would be great if you had experience in the following areas however not essential:

  • Figma
  • HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and/or React
  • Data visualization knowledge

Interested? To apply simply submit your resume and portfolio. Your portfolio should include at least 3 examples of work-related projects.

In particular, we want to hear about:

  • The challenge you were trying to solve and the design approach you used
  • The team you worked with and what your specific role was
  • Your key learnings
  • Your involvement in the process of implementing your designs into a functionally coded solution through to launch
You’ve got this!