R&D Engineer_Human Factors in Maplewood, MN at Volt

Date Posted: 7/14/2020

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Human Factors Engineer-Saint Paul

12+ mths-up to $61.86 an hour

Volt Technical Resources is seeking a Human Factors Engineer for a well known medical device manufacturer in their Saint Paul location.

Description:

5 years of relevant human factors/usability engineering experience in hardware-software systems product development; prefer 10+ years experience

  • Skills: Proven ability to work with multidisciplinary teams that may include other human factors expert; proven ability to interface with customers in a highly professional manner; proven ability to apply user-centered design and human factors/usability engineering principles to product research, development and design; experience in medical device development; ability to quickly assimilate advanced domain knowledge; excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills
  • Education: M.S. degree in Human Factors Engineering or Cognitive Psychology or M.S. degree in Biomedical Engineering with extensive human factors coursework

Duties: Experienced R&D Engineer Human Factors to apply human factors and ergonomics expertise to the definition, design, and evaluation of products within the R&D division of Electrophysiology Systems, which is part of the Atrial Fibrillation business unit.

  • apply knowledge of human factors principles (human performance and limitations – perceptual, cognitive, motor skills, anthropomorphic) and techniques to cardiac electrophysiology systems product development;
  • Work with regulatory affairs to develop strategies for new product submissions, create submission packages, and respond to questions from regulatory agencies;
  • Work with design quality to ensure that the company’s usability engineering processes and methodologies meet and surpass the latest expectations of regulatory agencies and provide tangible value for our customers and our business.
  • Keep abreast of regulations and best practices for medical device human factors (e.g. IEC 62366, AAMI HE75, ISO 14971, and the latest FDA guidance on applying human factors engineering) and advice management regarding potential improvements to internal processes and regulatory issues related to human factors engineering;

Volt is an Equal Opportunity Employer