UX Researcher


  • Remote  
    perm, from remote  
  • Company
    Start date
  • Closing date
    24 November 2021  
    Posted on
    24 September 2021  

At Avast, we strive to give everyone the power to explore our shared digital world freely and safely. Our team is working to help shape the digital world to be a freer, fairer and safer place through the application of science, technology and human ingenuity, and we are looking for people who share our passion to contribute to a better online world. Avast promotes a rich diversity of cultures, debates, and out-of-the-box thinking. Today, Avast is a FTSE 100 company that safeguards more than 435 million people worldwide, protecting their digital data, identity, and privacy.

Job Description:

Avast is looking for a Senior User Experience Researcher who can understand the whole complexity of users’ behaviors to help to design the product that is helping people transform their lives for the better and change their behavior and daily routines. 

This new role will help us to understand the mind of users and to design the right interventions to close the intention-action gap.

Job Description:

  • Help the organization adopt a range of methods and processes to support planning, conducting, and synthesis of research activities to inform decision-making on CX strategy and digital design projects throughout the design lifecycle

  • Became Behavioural Psychology/Economics Lead, Spokesperson and Practitioner - proactively discover, explain, and apply insights about human nature and action to explain their behavior

  • Spread behavioral psychology/economics approach in the product teams and UX/UXR community and help to improve our thinking and outputs

  • Plan, research, analyze, and embed research findings in relation to behavioral psychology/economics and support the product teams and other researchers when needed

  • Understanding and advocating for the user across teams, business units, specialisms, etc. We need you to be the voice of the user

  • Understanding the research needs, requirements, and scope of different stakeholders. The voice of the user is usually part of a choir which includes many other voices like product managers, UI designers, marketing professionals, etc.

  • Coaching and delivering training to non-researchers to understand the differences in different research approaches and participating in design research activities to ensure valid conclusions are made

  • Show agility and creativity in integrating design research into the work, simultaneously offering critique and new possibilities based on reasonable constraints.


  • Higher education

  • 3+ years of experience as a user experience researcher in a corporate environment

  • Experience using qualitative research methods to define psychological principles to be applied

  • Experience in the digital industry will be an advantage

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Strong creative and technical skills

  • Excellent teamworking skills

  • Written and verbal English skills.

We offer:

  • An amazing and truly international work environment

  • The chance to join a major global tech company

  • Many opportunities for professional growth

  • Quarterly bonus scheme

  • Attractive pension & health insurance plan

  • Unlimited Personal Time Off - because each of us needs enough time to relax

  • Whole-life flexibility - we empower our people to choose where, when, and how they work (alternatively we can also add: and measure their contribution based on the achievements and outcomes rather than hours they work.

Sounds exciting? We look forward to hearing from you.

Avast does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or recruiting agencies in response to job postings. No fee will be paid to third parties who submit unsolicited candidates directly to our hiring managers or HR team, even in a situation when the relevant candidate is employed by Avast.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.