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Human Factors Engineer

Location: Galway
Experience:1-2 Years
Job Type:Fixed Term Contract
Salary:Not Disclosed
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Our medical device client in Galway is seeking a Human Factors Engineer for an initial 12 month contract. Excellent rates available.
They will consider all levels of experience for this post.

With minimal supervision, support the execution of manufacturing/quality systems such as non-conformances, CAPAs, change controls, procedures, training, and new product introductions. Apply process, operational, scientific expertise, basic compliance knowledge, and analytical and troubleshooting skills to support manufacturing operations. May serve as primary production process owner for process support systems and assist with process ownership responsibilities on more complex process systems.

You will contribute to accomplishing the development of these innovative medical devices and procedures as part of a matrixed team where members exercise significant latitude and interdependence in their assignments. You will provide Human Factors support, including identifying, planning, monitoring, and executing Human Factors tasks for the entire project. You will be responsible for the development of user and workplace profiles and usage scenarios, task analysis, use error analysis, human factors and usability-related requirements, generation of concepts (creation of physical models and prototypes), graphical (software) user interface design, usability testing, risk management, and post-launch outcomes analysis.

We are looking for a qualified person to Level 8 Degree in Engineering / Science or related discipline and desirably with 1-7 years relevant experience in performing human factors, industrial design engineering. You are experienced in usability regulatory standards and requirements. You have experience writing formative and summative usability test protocols and reports and designing instructions for use (IFU) documents. You have the ability to integrate creative skills with innovative problem-solving techniques to support development of design concepts. You have experience completing field case research and case study observation with proven ability to apply findings into human interface requirements. You are a dynamic team player, with a proven ability to integrate into and influence multidisciplinary teams. You are a good communicator and have strong oral and written technical communication skills.

Contact Brian Christensen on 01 6854747 or submit your CV to for immediate consideration
If you would like further Information you can contact the recruiter directly:

Brian Christensen | Tel: +353 (0) 1 685 4747


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