UX professionals face a lot of challenges when applying for a job, not the least of which is understanding exactly what the requisition is asking for. Many talented candidates and professionals with deep experience have learned not to even bother applying to a position that doesn’t make sense.
In this training, I offer real-world examples of job requisitions that raise very real red flags about the hiring companies’ “maturity level” when it comes to UX. Specifically I present how you’ll be able to:
Identify key phrases that may conflict with each other, leading to a loss of potential talent acquisition
Help your clients recraft their language to be more on target with their desired outcomes
Focus descriptions to be an honest reflection of the client’s UX capabilities
Coach clients in better aligning their expectations for talent against salary and responsibilities