Randstad Human Factors Engineer in Deerfield, Illinois
Human Factors Engineer
salary:$30 - $36.66 per hour
date posted:Tuesday, May 4, 2021
Human Factors Engineer
Leader in medical device manufacturing is looking for Human Factors Engineer in Deerfield, IL for a contract role expected to last 6 months, possible extension, possible temp to perm. Prefer candidates who have a minimum of 2 years of Human Factors experience (basically a strong foundation in Human Factors). Currently, we are only looking for local candidates. Great Contractor Benefits! Apply Now!
location: Deerfield, Illinois
job type: Contract
salary: $30.00 - 36.66 per hour
work hours: 8am to 4pm
Apply human factors engineering principles to assess medical products while working with cross-functional program teams.
Develop Use Error Analysis (Use/Misuse FMEA or other equivalent documents) to conduct use-related risk analysis for products
Plan and execute human factors/usability studies (formative and summative) to test hardware, software, and disposable products.
Present and advise on human factors topics across the organization.
Proven experience in the effective implementation of HFE requirements/standards.
Proven experience in planning and conducting usability studies (formative/summative) and performing use-related risk analysis.
strong interpersonal and communication skills in written and verbal form.
Demonstrated ability to draw conclusions and make recommendations based on technical inputs from multiple and varied functions (Marketing, Manufacturing, Quality, Regulatory, etc.).
Demonstrated understanding of user centered design, heuristic evaluations, design of experiments, and qualitative data analysis.
Understanding of design requirements for development, validation, and verification of medical products.
Experience with operating in a regulated environment (e.g., FDA) with comprehension of implications for medical device and healthcare applications.
Experience and Background:
Minimum Bachelor of Science Degree (Human Factors Engineering (HFE), Industrial & Systems Engineering, UI/UX, HMI/HCI, or Psychology)
A minimum of 2 years of Human Factors experience (basically a strong foundation in Human Factors).
Microsoft Office Suite
Knowledge in FDA/IEC standards or medical device industry.
Experience level: Experienced
Minimum 2 years of experience
Education: Bachelors (required)
Human Factors Engineering
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