UX Researcher (remote)

Santa Monica, California /
Product /
Who we are

We work at the intersection of deep technology, science and experience design. Sensible is built to help consumers and businesses understand, plan for, and mitigate all types of climate and weather risk, from travel and events to homeownership and energy production. Our first product embeds with travel and outdoor events partners, offering their customers a guarantee against the weather. This means a customer can have confidence that they will have a great time in the sun, otherwise they'll get money back!

We recognize that we're living in a world with more climate disruption than ever before. We also believe that it is one of unprecedented opportunity for solutions.

With rich data from satellites and other developing technologies, we have the right information, engineering and technology to help us relate to our environment with a new kind of awareness and understanding.

Sensible is a team built on trust, feedback, and communication. We recognize that diversity of background, skills, and experiences makes stronger teams, and we are therefore an equal opportunity employer.

What you'll be working on

As a UX Researcher, you'll develop insights and understanding about our users and our market through various research and testing methods, and communicate those insights and understanding to the company to enable design thinking and high quality product development. You'll be responsible for developing and leading research initiatives focused on the highest value areas and questions for the organization. You'll also be involved in usability testing to ensure our UX is meeting the needs of our users. You'll collaborate with designers and product manager to design and run research efforts, and be involved in leveling up insights about our users to inform our company strategy.

Required qualifications

    • Experience leading generative and evaluative research for consumer products
    • Experience working collaboratively with design, engineering, and product management
    • A natural understanding and application of design thinking
    • The ability to connect qualitative and quantitative insights together to paint a complete picture