Hi there! We’re Driversnote, a SaaS company based in the heart of the Copenhagen startup scene. We take pride in helping more than 500.000 users worldwide keep a mileage logbook. No one likes to do mileage documentation - so we try to remove this tedious work and make our customers’ working life simpler while saving them time and money.
We are looking for an ambitious, flexible student assistant looking to get hands-on experience in a tech start-up.
We’re full speed ahead building out our service across different countries. We have a lot of work ahead of us and are therefore in need of a talented UX Researcher. This is a great learning opportunity for a student striving for a career in UX in the tech business.
As a team, we believe in a collaborative working style with a bias towards rapid prototyping, user testing, and a strong interest in our customers and their needs.
We’re looking for a part-time student assistant to support the product team by coordinating and conducting UX research while gathering data and discovering valuable insights.
Possible tasks may include things like finding the right users to talk to, setting up and scheduling calls, conducting user interviews, creating surveys and making sense of the gathered data.
We imagine you’re studying a UX-related degree in or near Copenhagen, and we expect you have either completed your first year at your studies or have at least some relevant experience from a previous job or study.
Working hours are 12-20 hours per week, with flexibility built in to account for exams and school holidays. The work will take place in our office in central Copenhagen right next to the new Metro station on Gl. Strand.
Danish language skills are not a requirement as our office language is English.
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We’d love to hear from you if you:
If you’re interested in this position, please send an application by clicking the button below. We have a few questions about you and how you’ve worked with UX and you’ll also get the chance to attach a CV etc.
We’re accepting applications until November 10. After this, we expect to take a couple of days to review all applications. You’ll hear from us by November 12. If you have been shortlisted, we’ll ask you to perform a short written test before moving on to a face-to-face interview.
We look forward to hearing from you.