Vinehealth | Quantitative User Researcher | London (semi-remote) | Full-time

Currently remote but London-based for 1 day per week from mid-late 2021 (plus ad-hoc team days); no visa sponsorship


We’re a digital health startup using behavioural science and artificial intelligence to optimise care, improve quality of life and increase survival of cancer patients. Last year we released our App (Android/iOS) and now we’re helping clinicians and researchers integrate their patient’s data into new research.


We are looking for a Quantitative User Researcher, specialising in User Research, Data Science and Market & Consumer Insights.


As a member of a small team, you will represent the voice of our users across projects, by observing user needs and behaviour and working closely with Design, Product, and Engineering to craft new insights that address these needs. Your work will impact how we engage with users across the user journey, and provide critical input when crafting compelling, user relevant offerings and experiences.


What you'll do:

  • Define, plan and conduct research projects alongside User research lead to uncover user needs & behaviour

  • Provide insights to improve performance measurement

  • Analyse user data and leverage surveys for product ideation and product evaluation

  • Leverage evaluative frameworks to facilitate evidence-based product and design decisions


From you, we’re looking for:

  • Ability and willingness to share ideas and collaborate

  • Interest in building software in the medical space

  • 1+ years’ experience in user research with a focus on data-driven results, supporting the successful delivery of projects; this will include project set-up and management, including supplier management, involvement across all aspects of fieldwork including writing questionnaires, and providing an active contribution to the analysis, debrief development and presentation of findings

  • Strong analytical skills; we always seek to look behind the initial read to truly understand what the data is saying and treat data not just for what it is, but for everything it has the potential to say

  • You are skilled in the necessary analysis tools (e.g. SQL/R/Python), with experience bridging the gap between quantitative and qualitative data streams.

  • Experience with applied statistics.

  • You are a dedicated advocate of a user-centred approach to product development


We offer:

  • Competitive salary

  • Participation in our EMI share option scheme

  • Other company benefits

Please contact us on for more details.

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