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Friends,

 

Do any of you have a position that sound similar to Manager of User Experience and Interface design.  This is the person who leads the effort to ensure that user experience is being optimized in all development projects.

 

Is so, could you share a job description, if it is handy, or describe their role and their relationship to the developers and other managers.

Or, could you give me a contact person who I could interface with.  Don’t worry, I am not recruiting.  I have the person, and I just trying to craft the position.

 

DP Harris, Phd—Vice President/CIO

LOMA LINDA UNIVERSITY | Information Services

 

11060 Anderson Street, Loma Linda, California 92350

(909) 558-7600

Zoom Room: https://zoom.us/j/266676414

 

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DP,

 

I have attached the description I developed for our UX Team Lead here at NAU. You can contact me directly at 928-523-7225 if you would like to discuss further.

 

Harper

 

 

Harper P Johnson

Director of Enterprise Information Solutions

Information Technology Services

Northern Arizona University

 

 

 

This is a pretty common position within software development companies.  Have you gone to careerbuilder.com and just type UX for user experience and I think you will be pleased with how many descriptions will come up.

 

Tim

 

 

Timothy A. Pierson 

Associate VP, Information Technology and CIO

Piedmont Technical College

Lex Walters Campus

620 N. Emerald Rd. | P.O. Box 1467

Greenwood, SC 29648

Pierson.t@ptc.edu

Phone:  864.941.8437

Mobie:  864.992.6741

CISSP, CCNA:Security, MCSE: Security

 

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