Founded in 2003, Cambria Solutions, Inc. (Cambria) is a national information technology and management consulting firm headquartered in Sacramento, California, with offices in Los Angeles, California; Olympia, Washington; Jackson, Mississippi; Washington, DC; Atlanta, Georgia; and Tallahassee, Florida.
Cambria builds custom-tailored solutions helping clients successfully deliver their most important projects and solve their most difficult challenges using ingenuity and a distinctly humanized approach, something we like to call HumanGenuity™.
Since its founding, the company has experienced double-digit growth nearly every year. Cambria has been recognized six times by Inc. Magazine as one of the nation's 5000 fastest-growing private companies, most recently in 2014. Cambria was also selected in 2014 as one of Consulting magazine’s “Seven Small Jewels.”
The Senior Consultant: User Experience (UX) is responsible for the overall user experience on a tehnology-enabled project that is aimed at resolving one or more business problems. They will create a user experience playbook, establish human-centered design culture and practices within the project. They own the overall vision for the implementation of user experience for Cambria clients and drive work with client and vendor partners. They have a great breadth of knowledge across user research, interaction, experience, accessibility, and usability and are generally familiar with all workstreams of the software delivery lifecycle and system implementation and understand how different devices (screen sizes) work with different user interaction paradigms. The position is located in Jackson, Mississippi.
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