Job ID: r17205
What You'll Do:
You will join a dynamic team of UX researchers, UX designers, UI and UX writers that likes creating user-friendly and effective products. Within this collaborative environment, your mission will be to infuse the voice of clients across the company, influencing product road map. Your key responsibilities include:
- Defining the most appropriate research approach based on project requirements.
- Conducting comprehensive research studies, encompassing both qualitative and quantitative methods, for a range of Criteo solutions.
- Collaborating closely with cross-functional teams, including Product and Go to Market.
- Translating research findings into concise actionable insights for the Product team through well-crafted English reports.
- Communicating insights to C-level executive, guiding Criteo toward strategic decisions.
- Leveraging your experience in B2B solutions within a technological & complex environment.
- Championing research across the company, advocating for a user-centric approach.
- Optimizing team processes and tooling to consistently enhance work quality and efficiency, particularly as we scale.
Who You Are:
- Experience or strong interest working with AI
- Strong written and verbal communication skills to convey user’s voice.
- Extensive hands-on tools that allow for moderated and unmoderated studies
- Proficient in integrating user insights into the product development cycle.
- You can manage ambiguous projects autonomously.
- You are not afraid of dealing with complexity.
- You are thrilled to bring our expertise toward the excellency.
- You are fluent in English and French both speaking and writing.
We acknowledge that many candidates may not meet every single role requirement listed above. If your experience looks a little different from our requirements but you believe that you can still bring value to the role, we’d love to see your application!
Who We Are:
Criteo is the global commerce media company that enables marketers and media owners to deliver richer consumer experiences and drive better commerce outcomes through its industry leading Commerce Media Platform.
At Criteo, our culture is as unique as it is diverse. From our offices around the world or from home, our incredible team of 3,600 Criteos collaborates to develop an open and inclusive environment. We seek to ensure that all of our workers are treated equally, and we do not tolerate discrimination based on race, gender identity, gender, sexual orientation, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, political opinion, pregnancy, migrant status, ethnicity, marital or family status, or other protected characteristics at all stages of the employment lifecycle including how we attract and recruit, through promotions, pay decisions, benefits, career progression and development. We aim to ensure employment decisions and actions are based solely on business-related considerations and not on protected characteristics. As outlined in our Code of Business Conduct and Ethics, we strictly forbid any kind of discrimination, harassment, mistreatment or bullying towards colleagues, clients, suppliers, stakeholders, shareholders, or any visitors of Criteo. All of this supports us in our mission to power the world’s marketers with trusted and impactful advertising encouraging discovery, innovation and choice in an open internet.
Why Join Us:
At Criteo, we take pride in being a caring culture and are committed to providing our employees with valuable benefits that support their physical, emotional and financial wellbeing, their interests and the important life events. We aim to create a place where people can grow and learn from each other while having a meaningful impact. We want to set you up for success in your job, and an important part of that includes comprehensive perks & benefits. Benefits may vary depending on the country where you work and the nature of your employment with Criteo. When determining compensation, we carefully consider a wide range of job-related factors, including experience, knowledge, skills, education, and location. These factors can cause your compensation to vary.