As one of the world's top International Medical Insurance companies, IMG helps individuals and companies of all sizes. Every second of every day, vacationers, those working or living abroad for short or extended periods, people traveling frequently between countries, and those who maintain multiple countries of residence use our products to give themselves Global Peace of Mind®
We are looking to grow our team with people who share our energy and enthusiasm for creating the best experience for travelers. International Medical Group is looking for a qualified UX Engineer to join our family.
The UX Engineer is responsible for leading the UX development strategy and web applications to support IMG’s current and future website(s) while ensuring our end user needs are met. You’ll work directly with the eCommerce team collaborating with IT to decide on best practices and solutions regarding front-end tools and technologies. You will also aid in the construction of web-based applications using .NET, Angular/Angular2, relational databases, along with assisting the UX team in determining optimal user flows and journeys. The UX Engineer will also participate in code reviews when needed, assisting IT with technical requirements and test plans, completing bug fixes along with overall collaboration efforts on additional UX wants and needs.
As a UX Engineer, you should be able to conduct ideation, requirements gathering, wire-framing and user persona identification sessions with IT and related business units. Prepare accurate and detailed project estimates when needed. Collaboration with colleagues in a team environment while also mentoring and leading less experienced team members to ensure they are receiving the appropriate training, certifications, etc. Must have general knowledge and some experience in UX ideologies, specifically relating to user analysis and the user centered design approach. The UX Engineer is not required to have advanced UX design skills but will be asked to offer alternative options to support the appropriate framework.
Nice to have but not required: