Human Factors Engineer
Sizable international organisation with offices in Bath, currently requires a Human Factors Engineer.
There is somewhat of a broad scope to this position and will cover both physical and cognitive elements of HF.
The team could take on somone at the early stages of their career or equally someone working at the supervisor level.
A generalised description below:
Qualified HF engineers/scientists at all levels from recent graduates to experienced experts. Successful applicants will be expected to work on a wide variety of projects ranging from short focussed research studies to multi-year programmes working alongside the business and Group systems engineers, equipment and software engineers, safety, training and ILS specialists.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone with experience in the following:
Experience of HFI management including HFI planning, Early Human Factors Analysis, HFI RAIDO management, HF test and evaluation planning
Experience in the design and assessment of workspaces, workstation design and Human Machine Interfaces, including the application of military, national and international standards
Experience in the design and assessment of software interfaces, including the application of standards, development of HCI style Guides, use of prototyping/simulation and usability assessment
An understanding of human physical and cognitive performance assessment, including workload, situational awareness and human erro
An understanding of the human contribution to safety, including human reliability assessment, human error analysis, risk and safety audits, safety management and human performance modelling
Membership of the CIEHF (with a route to Registered Membership and Chartered status)
Experience of working in multi-disciplinary engineering teams
Experience in project management