Since our inception in 2009, Foursquare has been a leading force in changing how location information enriches our real-world and digital lives. As a location intelligence company, Foursquare is comprised of two well-known consumer apps, Foursquare and Swarm, as well as thriving media and enterprise products. Our B2B offerings include Places (for developers), Pinpoint and Attribution (for marketers), and Place Insights (for analysts, based on the world's largest foot traffic panel). With more than 190 people across our offices in New York, San Francisco, and in sales offices around the globe, we’re dedicated to our trailblazing mission—enriching consumer experiences and informing business decisions with location intelligence.
As a company, we pride ourselves on our ability to create the best tools for discovering great places in Foursquare, and sharing these experiences with friends in Swarm. Research is a critical part of our product development process. It helps us understand how people use our products. It identifies users needs and influences what we create for millions of people around the world.
About this position:
Our UX Research team is looking for a mid-level UX Researcher. Working closely with the UX Research Director, you will working on research initiatives that support the Product, Design, Support and Marketing teams. You will be responsible for finding answers, whether they come from qualitative projects or surveys. You’re a data storyteller who can complement qualitative findings with statistical rigor, build relationships with cross-departmental teams, and advocate for a deeply informed future for Foursquare.
The ideal candidate must demonstrate strong consumer research skills through both qualitative and quantitative methods and have the ability to present research findings to various stakeholders and departments. You should be excited to own Foursquare’s survey capabilities and independently and proactively manage any research channels as they pertain to shaping the Foursquare product experience.
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