Continuing the highly successful growth of the Human Factors Integration (HFI) consultancy business, a first class opportunity exists for a Human Factors Consultant to enhance capabilities in this area. The Human Factors Group is based at the company's Bristol office. However, geographical location may be flexible depending on your skills and experience, and our customers' needs.
Working within small project teams, you will be acting as a Human Factors Consultant delivering Human Factors work programmes as part of multidisciplinary projects undertaken by the Systems Engineering teams. You will also have the opportunity to undertake research into a range of Human Factors related topics directly for clients. As one of the UK's biggest providers of systems and engineering technology, the company works across a number of diverse markets, providing expertise to the defence, nuclear, power & energy, civil aerospace, rail, marine, petrochemical and industrial sectors.
To succeed as Human Factors Consultant you should have a degree level education (upper second class or above) in a Human Factors related degree and have Graduate Status within the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (and be actively pursuing MErgs status). You will have an appreciation of the role of Human Factors within multi-disciplinary projects and the ability to plan and deliver Human Factors activities as part of a wider programme. Knowledge of Systems Engineering is desirable and the motivation to help support the growth of our HF capability in new markets is essential.
You will have the ability to develop HF strategies for complex systems, from both a technical and commercial perspective as well as experience of delivering HF activities, particularly during the early concept and design stages of the project lifecycle. The successful candidate will have a good understanding and track record of undertaking formal HF analyses as applied to engineering programmes as well as experience of direct liaison with customers.
You will have the ability to develop HF strategies for complex systems, from both a technical and commercial perspective as well as experience of delivering HF activities, particularly during the early concept and design stages of the project lifecycle. You will also have a good understanding and track record of undertaking formal HF analyses as applied to engineering programmes as well as experience of direct liaison with customers.
This role requires SC Clearance so you must be either a British Citizen who has been living in the UK for the last 3 years minimum or of another nationality who has been living in the UK continuously for the last 5 years minimum.
You will be joining a very successful and highly respected Engineering Consultancy who provide innovative, high quality engineering services to a range of major engineering projects, serving government, regulatory, Blue Chip and a wide range of private sector clients across the world.
The company provides excellent opportunities for talented engineers who wish to work in leading edge applications. Their workload covers a range of industries and technologies, providing stimulating challenges for staff. Commercial awareness is an important factor in their consulting work and staff gain a great deal of experience in project management and customer contact. As part of a large consultancy, the opportunities for career development are extensive.