Normative is a software innovation firm located in Kensington Market. For 10 years we’ve helped our clients re-shape their business by transforming their napkin-sketched ideas into products for market release. We focus on early stage software to validate product market fit. We build and launch new startup propositions for our clients and for ourselves. We believe in treating every opportunity like it is our own business, and not just a project.
We’re looking for a talented and motivated individual to join our team as a Design Researcher. In this role, you will be involved in projects from beginning to end - from client discovery, selecting research approaches, research design, data collection, analysis, synthesis and presentation.
Our projects involve multi-disciplinary teams and this role collaborates closely with software developers, a variety of designers and strategy individuals across all seniority levels of the organization to help bring insights into action.
What you’ll be doing day to day
What we offer
The research team is deeply passionate about creating a welcoming, supportive and engaging culture. We are looking for passionate people who are excited about creative methods, problem solving, and collaborative hard work, like us! We are committed to you and we offer:
Overall, we work to set you up for success in accordance with your career trajectory.
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Please send your resume/linkedin and a cover letter telling us about your dream research project to firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Normative, we have a growth mindset: we strive to be constantly learning and pushing ourselves to be better. We know different voices bring new ideas to the table and result in better products.
We encourage applications from candidates of colour, women, queer candidates, candidates with family caregiving responsibilities, immigrant candidates, transgender candidates, and candidates with disabilities.
Being an innovation leader means having to make difficult decisions every day with imperfect information. You imagine new possibilities, but they are obscured by the complexity of a world that never stops moving.