- As a member of the Firefox User Research team, conducting a variety of quantitative research on internet users to help Mozilla product leaders make decisions
- Leading end-to-end research design including scoping research questions, planning projects, writing surveys, gathering data, analyzing results, and communicating actionable, data-based recommendations
- Staging surveys and specifying recruiting criteria in paid panels as well as our in-product participant recruitment tool
- Conducts surveys, secondary survey analysis, and non-survey methods too
- Explains sampling and generalizability to stakeholders
- Works with external vendors, guiding research Mozilla may outsource
- Works with other research specialties such as qual researchers and data scientists as a peer contributor
- Has experience with attitudinal and behavioral data, knows what each is best to measure, and understands how they might be connected
- Has experience presenting to exec leadership, including storytelling to help them understand the meaning of research results
- Is a leader and a mentor within the UR team as we develop our market research capacity
- Values users' experiences and forwards our efforts to debias research
- Access and analyze moderately large data using tools like R and SQL
- Conduct hypothesis testing, simple statistics, power analysis
- Draw on your mixed-methods research experience
- Experience in large scale, broad, internet audience or tech-focussed products
- Demonstrated skills in data viz
- Market research experience for audiences in languages other than English or outside North America
- Technical (light programming) skills to write scripts to target users or customize a survey platform
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