Design Research Intern

Job ID 2022-2802
Category
User Experience
Job Locations
US-IL-Niles
Workplace Arrangement
Hybrid

Overview

SUMMER 2023


Shure offers a challenging, fun and rewarding summer internship program. The twelve-week program is offered to undergraduate students that have completed at least 2 years of college, as well as graduate students. We offer internships with a variety of work arrangements from onsite interns to fully remote in US. Each intern will receive a competitive salary. Additionally, Interns who relocate to Illinois for onsite internships will receive a housing stipend to cover living expenses. Applications will be collected, reviewed, and selected candidates will be contacted in late fall/early winter.

 

The Design Research Intern will assist with quick turnaround User Experience and Industrial Design related research activities. This will include planning, recruiting, executing, analyzing, and reporting the research. The intern should have a strong understanding of design thinking and user-centered design and be comfortable working independently and collaboratively. The intern should be familiar with qualitative and quantitative research methodologies.

 

This Internship is 100% Hybrid.

Responsibilities

  • Help to identify key research questions and objectives
  • Draft research screeners, survey questionnaires, and discussion guides
  • Support research activities (e.g., card sorting, participatory design, diary studies, etc.)
  • Take notes and document ethnographic/contextual interviews
  • Participate in data collection, synthesis and analysis of findings
  • Collaborate with our research team to generate user insights and opportunities

Qualifications

  • In-process of a bachelor’s or Advanced degree in Psychology, Human Factors, Human-Computer-Interaction and/or equivalent field of study.
  • Excellent communication and organization skills
  • Ability to produce great work in short timeframes, and manage time efficiently

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