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UX Manager Job Description

We have crafted a series of job description examples for a variety of digital roles.

Very often, in-house recruiters and HR departments ask us to help them write their job descriptions, and since this aspect of our recruitment service is very useful to them, we’ve realised that this could be useful to others too, so we have provided a list of job descriptions here.

With more than 20 years of experience in digital and technology recruitment and having placed thousands of candidates in Ireland and across Europe, we understand the value of a compelling job description, so we hope that these examples will help you in your search for a digital or technology professional; please feel free to use and edit to as per your specific needs and preferences.

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Example of UX Manager Job Description


  • Company overview: Founding vision, current state of affairs, size, relevant stats. 
  • Role mission: Goals, team, and resources to make it happen. 


  •  Lead and manage the UX design team, ensuring high-quality output.
  • Develop and implement UX strategies and best practices.
  •  Conduct user research, interviews, and usability testing.
  • Collaborate with product managers and developers to integrate UX into the product development process.
  • Create wireframes, prototypes, and user flows to effectively communicate design ideas.
  •  Analyze user feedback and data to inform design decisions.
  •  Advocate for user-centric design within the organization.
  •  Ensure consistency in design and user experience across all platforms.
  •  Mentor and support the professional growth of team members.
  • Stay updated on industry trends and incorporate new techniques and tools as needed.
  • Present UX concepts and findings to stakeholders and senior management.

Skills, knowledge, and experience:

  • Strong leadership and team management skills.
  •  Extensive experience in UX design and research.
  •  Proficiency in design tools (e.g., Sketch, Figma, Adobe XD).
  •  Deep understanding of user-centered design principles.
  • Experience with user research methods and usability testing.
  •  Excellent communication and presentation skills.
  •  Strong analytical skills for interpreting user data.
  •  Ability to collaborate effectively with cross-functional teams.
  •  Knowledge of front-end development and design systems.
  •  Strategic thinking and problem-solving abilities.
  • Bachelor's or Master’s degree in Design, HCI, or related field.
  •  Up-to-date with industry trends and emerging technologies.
  •  Experience with agile methodologies.


  •  Experience with emerging technologies (e.g., AR/VR, AI).
  •  Proficiency in advanced prototyping tools.
  • Background in cognitive psychology or human factors.
  • Familiarity with accessibility standards and guidelines.
  • Multilingual skills for global user research.
  •  Experience with service design and design thinking.
  •  Track record of published work or speaking at industry events.


  • Salary 
  • Working arrangement: (Hybrid, Remote, Office) 
  • Perks 


We are accepting applications until the end of *MONTH*. We’ll be delighted to meet you for a first interview with *NAME*, our hiring manager. 

If you are looking for roles that are more web specific, you can check the Head of UX Job Description.

If you would like to check 2024 salaries for UX Designers or Graphic Designers, check our UX/UI Design salaries. Or you can download our acclaimed Prosperity Digital Salary Survey to be on top of current salaries for the digital sector.

Writing a job spec is the first phase of the hiring process at any given company, we love to help companies do this in an effective way so we've put together a post where we explain our secrets for a well structured hiring process and how to make it more efficient.