|Location: Christchurch||Salary: Negotiable|
|Sector: Human Factors||Type: Permanent|
|Contact: Ian Cowx||Job Published: 17 days ago|
Human Factors Engineer
£45,000 - £50,000 + Excellent Benefits Package
**SECURITY CLEARANCE IS REQUIRED FORTHIS ROLE**
Would you like to work within a multidisciplinary Human Factors team carrying out diverse tasks on long-term strategic projects, applied studies and consultancy support for internal and external clients?
As a Human Factors Engineer, you will be responsible for the provision and management of Human Factors support in the design of Defence Information products and services through entire lifecycle phases.
This role will provide you with an opportunity to work on a wide variety of projects and with a diverse range of user groups. This could range from projects supporting design of fighter aircraft; design of interface technologies for the our armed forces; to undertaking cutting edge research as part of the Human Social Sciences Research Team.
Responsibilities as Human Factors Engineer:
Providing and managing Human Factors integration and engineering services to support the design and delivery of Defence Information products and services (analysis, design and test/evaluation)
Supporting other project functions as required e.g. safety case development
Supporting research opportunities, conducting analysis and producing Human Factors reports
Networking with the Human Factors community internally and externally to raise the profile, awareness and credibility of the Human Factors Team
Networking strategically among the end-user community to raise awareness of the Human Factors Team and identify new business opportunities
Maintaining and developing own and colleagues' HF and training competencies, including mentoring junior staff and providing professional development opportunities
Skills and qualifications:
Degree or equivalent qualification or experience in Human Factors/Ergonomics/Psychology
Experience of working with other functions on large-scale, complex system development and integration projects
Experience of leading HF activities and applying human factors methods in a defence or other high-hazard, regulated industry e.g. Rail, automotive, nuclear
Experience of working on short duration, applied research and consultancy support projects
Demonstrable understanding of systems engineering lifecycle processes and the integration of HF activities
Services advertised by Gold Group are those of an Agency and/or an Employment Business.