My Dublin based Financial services client is looking for an experienced Customer Journey Designer to join the team on a contract basis.
– Your key responsibility is to form, influence and collaborate with cross discipline teams to create compelling end to end customer centric journeys.
– You will be responsible for engaging with all stakeholders, including customers, ensuring the Customer Voice is always to the fore in solution design.
– You will draw on industry knowledge, operational metrics and customer research to make recommendations on process, channel and proposition best practice design.
– You will work with business stakeholders to quickly resolve business design and delivery issues and drive escalations where required to protect best in class design whilst enabling rapid delivery.
– You will identify opportunities to cross sell and upsell to customers across the journey.
– You will recommend key performance metrics and acceptance criteria to evaluate the journey on implementation.
– You will help prepare strategic communications for the bank’s most senior audiences.
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