Human Factors Scientist – Transportation Operations
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Our Transportation Operations Human Factors business is currently seeking a Human Factors Research Scientist. This position is located in Seattle, Washington.
Battelle’s human factors staff in Seattle, WA provide a human-centered approach to the development and evaluation of programs, systems, and products. The human factors researchers at Battelle combine human factors tools and techniques with behavioral science, computer science, and engineering expertise to address the needs and requirements of users, operators, and maintainers. Clients include both government and industry organizations in the transportation, energy, and national security domains. Human Factors Research Scientists work with our technical staff to conduct human factors research with general direction, but limited supervision. Primary activities include literature searches and reviews, field data collection and analysis, laboratory data collection and analysis, and execution of human factors analyses based upon available data. Principal responsibilities are to:
- Perform assigned technical tasks and activities, in a timely manner as requested
- Prepare and present oral briefings to colleagues and other professionals
- Contribute to project development and client relationship activities as directed
- Improve performance in technical activities through job training and outside study
This position reports to the Critical Infrastructure Transportation Operations (CITO) Manager and is provided day-to-day work direction by various technical staff and project managers.
The following requirements must be met to be considered for the position:
- Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering, Psychology or Human Factors or related technical degree and a minimum of 2-5 years of experience conducting human factors research with safety-critical systems
- Proven ability to perform statistical analysis using standard social sciences statistical packages (SAS, etc.)
- Demonstrated writing communication skills and capable of writing technical reports and publications
The following is desired, but not required to be considered for this position:
- PhD in Industrial Engineering, Psychology, or Human Factors or related technical degree
- US citizen with a current or prior Department of Defense security clearance approval
To apply for this position, please go to: https://jobs.battelle.org/job/Seattle-Research-Scientist-WA-98109/285884700/