In this new digital age, it’s absolutely crucial that all content has the user experience at the forefront. That’s why user experience (UX) research is such an exciting, fast-growing area to get into. And we think COUCH Health is the perfect place for you to grow and get valuable on-the-job experience (if we do say so ourselves!). We put people at the centre of everything we create, so your insights and skills in UX research will be invaluable — making a big difference to real people.
That’s why our tagline is Making Health Human, and you can have a role in making that a reality.
COUCH Health is a global creative health engagement agency based in Manchester city centre. And we’re working with Manchester Metropolitan University to recruit a UX Research Apprentice to come and join us. We’re growing fast and we’re always keen to recruit people with a fresh perspective, and at the same time, give people their first foot-in-the-door. As well as having a full-time job that gives paid time off to attend classes and experience agency life, you’ll gain a BSc (Hons) in UX Research. It’s a no brainer!
Want to know a little more about COUCH Health? Then come and see us at MMU’s Degree Apprenticeship Open Evening and Jobs Fair on 14th March. Maybe give us a Google, too. But enough about us, we want to hear about you.
There are just a few boxes we need to tick. You’ll need to have achieved or exceeded MMU’s minimum qualification criteria — 104 UCAS Points or BBC grades at A Level — and obviously be interested in all things UX research. Some other skills that we’d need from our apprentice include:
We want you to fit right into the team, too. So if the below describes you, we’re almost there:
This is a great opportunity to join a team that builds people up to do great things for themselves and others. Interested? Great! Get your CV and a cover letter over to us ASAP at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the Manchester Metropolitan University Apprenticeship, click here.
Health cash plans
30 days annual leave and 8 bank holidays
Your birthday off
Access to mental well-being experts any time
Learning and development opportunities
Monthly social events
Bike to work scheme
Our company is powered by people diversity and thought diversity. We want applications from all kinds of people and are committed to building a team that has diverse characteristics, backgrounds, skills and personalities. Transformative inclusion is in our DNA, so we always have diverse screening, shortlisting and interview panels to ensure that we recruit the best of the best. This, we believe, will help you and us to achieve great things.
We want our team members to have happy, healthy, and fulfilled lives outside of work. As a highly creative and innovative business, we’re very open to doing things a bit differently. We are happy to consider anyone looking for flexible working, including part-time working, compressed hours and/or a job share.
There will be plenty of opportunity to learn and grow in your job role and we’re committed to providing the necessary training and support to help you develop and reach your full potential, regardless of your background.