Library UX Developer

Library Academic and Research Services

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Victoria University has an exciting opportunity for someone who is passionate about improving user experience, through the design and development of engaging, intuitive user interfaces using UX design principles. This permanent, full time position is well suited to an individual that is looking to work collaboratively within a supportive and inspiring university environment which embraces equity and diversity with opportunities to progress your career.

As part of the Systems and Integration Development team, you will be responsible for developing and improving the user experience of the Library’s web and enterprise systems. You will work closely across teams within the Library and the wider University to ensure the Library’s web services and systems are delivered at the point of need.

The successful applicant will have:

  • Demonstrable experience in UX/UI development using the latest web application frameworks and technologies.
  • Experience in designing and developing engaging, intuitive user interactions based on UX Principles and design-thinking.
  • Proven ability to develop highly effective relationships and partnerships.

If you are someone that enjoys taking on new challenges, strives to collaborate effectively within a highly successful team, values academic scholarship and student achievement, is excellent at building and managing relationships, thrives in a fast-paced and stimulating environment, with an enthusiastic drive to develop and deliver new and transformative services, then we want to hear from you.

How to apply

For a full role description and to submit your application online please visit: http://www.victoria.ac.nz/about/careers/current-vacancies, Vacancy No. 2959. 

Your application should include your current CV with a covering letter addressing the requirements outlined in the ‘Selection Criteria’ section of the role description.

Applications close Sunday 14 July 2019.
Reference 2959.