The UX Designer is responsible for creating and implementing designs which make human-computer interactions intuitive, easy, adaptive, consistent, and relevant to the task being performed. The UX designer must ensure that the design of a system not only satisfies the functionality that the user requires, but also considers the emotions that those particular pieces of functionality will invoke.
Design, develop, collect and publish digital content for online implementation to support all Talent Development initiatives. Develop and execute an RBA Talent Development communications strategy that aligns key initiatives or offerings to the organization's business strategy.
In this role, the selected candidate will guide the execution of the Experience Architecture (EA) strategy, including the high-level application and maintenance of the relevant components of the enterprise Operations Model.
Creates, evaluates, and modifies prototypes to support software application development. Develops user profiles and personas, with emphasis on human error control, display issues, visual interaction, physical manipulation and task and objective analyses.
Partner with the Learning Operations Measurement Specialist to ensure a meaningful measurement approach that relates Talent Development initiatives to clear productivity and ROI metrics in the workplace.
You will work on various projects for municipal, industrial, and federal clients and will work directly with engineers and other design staff on process designs for facilities primarily serving the water and wastewater industries.
This position in a small but growing office will be mentored by the Electrical Department Head and requires the ability to lead power and lighting system designs for high-performance buildings in the Commercial, Higher Education, Aviation, Science & Technology, Hospitality and Healthcare market sectors.