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Usability Engineer (Medical Devices) (21684)

£highly competitive

Human Factors Engineering, leading consultancy

Our client is an expanding, highly professional and award-winning technical consultancy developing state of the art new products. They offer a stimulating work environment in an exceptional location close to Cambridge, with excellent benefits and career development prospects.

Due to growth, they are now seeking a bright, motivated Usability Engineer to work with or lead multidisciplinary teams, applying your knowledge of human factor methodologies to the design, development and testing of a wide range of products, primarily in medical devices.

A strong communicator, you will have a good degree in Human Factors, Psychology, Product Design or similar, preferably accredited by the IEHF or HFES, plus:

  • Strong user centred skills, able to apply HFE principles and methodologies to the development and evaluation of end-user products
  • The ability to understand safety critical aspects of product interaction
  • Vision and ability to conduct insightful usability
  • Detailed knowledge of associated regulatory requirements and standards - experience compiling medical devices usability engineering documentation for regulatory submission would be beneficial

Keywords: usability engineer, medical devices, technical consultancy, human factors, HFE, psychology, product design, IEHF, HFES, safety critical, regulatory requirements, engineering documentation, Cambridge