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Human Factors Engineer, R&D

Employer
GForce Life Sciences
Location
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Closing date
Feb 10, 2023

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Position Type
Other
Hours
Full Time
Specialty
Science and Technology Studies
Organization Type
Business
Human Factors Engineer - Electrophysiology

Position Responsibilities:

* Conducting ethnographic user research to identify user needs
* Translating user needs to requirements and product design concepts
* Developing prototypes to explore and validate product design concepts
* Performing workflow, task and use error analyses
* Conducting Formative Usability testing
* Conducting Summative Validation testing
* Participate on development program teams to ensure human factors principles are considered and implemented
* Create and communicate project deliverables and manage time to meet project deadlines

Your Experience and Skillsets

* Proven ability to apply knowledge of Human Factors principles and techniques to the design, development, and evaluation of hardware and/or software products
* Experience leading Human Factors activities across the product lifecycle, including ethnographic research, user needs identification, workflow and task analysis, requirements development, user interface design, user error analysis, usability and validation testing
* Proven ability to work with cross-functional teams and provide technical leadership
* Experience with software and/or hardware user-interface design
* Proven ability to interface with customers in a highly professional manner
* Ability to quickly assimilate advanced domain knowledge

Education Requirements •

* M.S. degree in Human Factors Engineering, Design, Cognitive Psychology, Anthropology, Human-Computer Interaction or a related discipline
* Minimum 1+ years of relevant Human Factors/Usability engineering experience in a product development environment

Terms

* Hybrid in St. Paul, MN
* 12-24+ months contract

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