Human Factors Integration Engineer
Human Factors integration Engineer working with Surveillance systems products
Human Factors Integration (HFI) is the process of applying human factors within engineering programs. A “human-centered” design requires an integrated approach with other design and engineering activities. It cannot succeed in isolation and it requires the involvement and engagement of engineering/design, operations, and health and safety disciplines within a project team.
Your working tasks will include:
Plan, perform and coordinate the HFI work in a program/project
Ensure that a human-centered design process and methodology is applied, taking into account usability, usefulness, ergonomics and user work environment
Be point of contact with internal and external customers and sub-suppliers for HFI related issues
Act as a team member to ensure that the human factors requirements are met and validated in the design work and that the necessary documentation is produced
Educate colleagues within HFI and user-centered design
To thrive in this role, you are a self-motivated person with great communication skills. You are structured and have a confident mindset enabling you to adapt to circumstances. Your educational background is M.Sc. with major field of Industrial Design Engineering. Experience in working with and knowledge of HFI, cognitive science and system engineering is a merit.
This position requires that you pass a security vetting based on the current regulations around/of security protection. For positions requiring security clearance additional obligations on citizenship may apply.
What you will be a part of
Surveillance provides efficient solutions for safety and security, for surveillance and decision support, and for threat detection and protection. The portfolio covers airborne, ground-based and naval radar, electronic warfare, combat systems and C4I solutions.
To read more about Surveillance: https://saabgroup.com/about-company/organization/business-areas/
Product Unit (PU) Mission System has global responsibility for Saab’s Airborne Early Warning and Command (AEW&C) Systems including other ISR solutions. It has offices around the world, with the largest site being Gothenburg (SE). The PU has around 100 employees, of which 40 is working at System Design.
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