|Location: Frimley, Surrey||Salary: £40000 - £42000 per annum + Benefits|
|Sector: Human Factors||Type: Permanent|
|Contact: Ian Cowx||Job Published: about 1 month ago|
Human Factors Engineer
Surrey (Woking, Guildford, Farnborough area)
£40,000-£42,000 + Competitive pension scheme, enhanced annual leave allowance and a Company contributed Share Incentive Plan. There is also a range of additional benefits such as flexible working, an employee assistance programme, Cycle2work and many local and national employee discounts.
Would you like to play a key role in assessing and evaluating Human Factors Engineering issues within the complex and challenging Submarine environment?
We have a new vacancy for a Human Factors Engineer in Surrey to do just this !
As the Human Factors Engineer you will undertake risk assessment and mitigation studies, develop reports and gain agreement with other systems engineering disciplines to ensure that all classes of submarines can meet their objectives.
In this role you will pay particular attention to the system design, operability and technical safety issues.
This role will provide you with the opportunity to work with experts on some of the greatest technical challenges within Human Factors. If you feel as though you want to test your Human Factors knowledge and application this is an excellent place to push yourself.
Providing Human Factors input to Submarine Engineering projects and producing and maintaining Human Factors Integration plans and processes.
Carrying out HFI activities at all stages of the systems design lifecycle process.
Supporting activities in identifying future business opportunities and preparing bids
Supporting the promotion of HFI methodology within Submarines CSS
Skills and qualifications:
Degree/equivalent in a relevant engineering discipline, such as Human Factors (Ergonomics) or other engineering with Human Factors modules
Broad Human Factors knowledge, with proven ability to conduct and support work packages in Human Factors disciplines
Ability to progress Human Factors engineering items within large, multidisciplinary project environments
Experience in implementing Human Factors within a safety critical industry such as Defence, Rail, Aerospace, Automotive or Nuclear Power.
It would be highly desirable if you had defence industry experience
You will possess excellent verbal and written communication skills with an ability to engage with a diverse number of stakeholders at all levels.