Tista Science and Technology Corporation

UX Designer

Job ID 2022-3850
Job Locations US-Remote-United States


TISTA Science & Technology Corporation is seeking an exceptional UX Designer to play an important role in the redesign of a current nationwide system used to investigate fraud, waste, and abuse in the Medicare and Medicaid world.


This is a high paced and fast-moving project with the standing goal of pivoting to better ideas as research uncovers them.


You should be excited to:

  • Prepare and facilitate a range of exploratory user research activities, both asynchronously and collaboratively, to support the design process
  • Lead colleagues in the analysis of data in order to generate insights that drive ideation and evaluation of current processes
  • Document and communicate and user requirements in the form of research findings
  • Analyze existing forms and workflows and reinterpret them for the digital space
  • Demonstrate the ability to work independently and identify further areas of research
  • Illustrate results through the creative use of diagramming and low fidelity workspaces
  • Collaborate and work with the teams across the project to ensure consistency in meeting the users’ needs


  • Expertise in conducting software related user research and analyzing results
  • Interest in talking to users and facilitating research sessions
  • Experience in translating findings into documentation
  • Must be eligible to hold a Public Trust government security clearance
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field with 6+ years of relevant experience, or a Master’s degree in a related field with 4+ years of relevant experience, or a PhD in a related field and 2+ years of relevant experience.
  • Must be eligible to hold a Public Trust government security clearance


  • Degrees in human behavior, usability, or human computer interaction
  • Visual design experience
  • Experience in the Federal Government contracting workspace
  • Experience in health care or medical related fields


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