Up to £55.01 per hour
30 days ago
Our Client has Contract opening for an HF Engineer to provide human engineering expertise to complex command and control and integration projects based on contractual and tender documentation, the company's processes and procedures and relevant human factors process, standards and guidance.
Liaise with customer, partners, team members and end users in an agile environment.
Make human engineering decisions within own sphere of responsibility and delegated authority
Maintaining a level of SQEP for the role through personal and professional development
Act as the point of contact with customers and/or suppliers in assigned areas on human engineering matters, to resolve relatively complex problems and issues and to maintain awareness in both parties of priorities and objectives
Ability to manage issues for complex research projects balancing the needs and priorities across multiple stakeholders.
Manage and produce customer deliverables such as reports, presentations and reporting metrics to quality, time and budget
Ability to manage HF project budget & apply time management skill to own and sub team.
Provide help and direction to support other team members to support their effective working.
Provide delivery of human factors internal training courses to engineering community.
Be able to communicate with other stakeholders in the business and customer community to raise awareness and best practice of HF.
A degree in Ergonomics, Applied Psychology, Human Factors or Occupational Psychology and/or other equivalent qualification.
Ideally a Chartered Engineer or working towards chartership of suitable professional institute, e.g. Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF).
You should be comfortable working with a broad range of technical specialists from other disciplines.
A good understanding of implementing human factors theoretical principles to the design of maritime products and platforms within a Systems engineering context.
Able to select Human Factors Engineering methodologies appropriate to project requirements (e.g. Physical Ergonomics, Anthropometrics, Task Analysis and Design, Environment and Workspace Design and Evaluation, Human Machine/Human Computer Interaction (HMI/HCI) Design and Evaluation).
Understand the HCI/UX analysis and design techniques as applicable to the Systems engineering design life cycle.
Appreciates the need for the evaluation of new and emergent technology and the potential insertion of such technology to keep the product portfolio competitive in the market place
Demonstrable experience of applying Human Factors Integration process and procedures such as HFI Plan, and Early Human Factors Analysis (EHFA) within a systems engineering approach.
Recognise wider external factors that affect the engineering and business environments, safety aspects, environmental impact, sustainability, social inclusion and advances in technology.
Competence and capability with range of software tools relevant to Human factors analysis .e.g. HCI prototyping, task analysis, HRA and DOORS, etc.
Minimum 3 years experience in human factors domain ideally in defence and maritime sector.