Where I work we're trying to fill a few UX job positions within the company. Listing these positions has been difficult.
Originally, the positions were listed as "Information Analyst" but we didn't get any hits since most people don't know what that means anymore. Next, we tried listing it as a User Experience position but this wound up attracting a lot of graphic designers who had no actual UX experience. We've clearly stated in the job description that their responsibilities won't involve any design beyond wireframes. However, we can't spend more time saying what the job isn't versus what it actually is.
Are there any key points that should be used to describe the position such that there is no room for interpretation while still sounding positive?