The Human Factors Engineer position works on the companies Flex Power System (FPS) which will involve 90% software and 10% hardware and entire enterprises in the form of SCADA and related systems. The position is expected to have expertise and/or experience in psychology, graphic design, user interface design, and some software development.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions):
The human factors engineer will be responsible for a broad swath of duties and responsibilities including
- Graphic and UX/UI development
- Designing, Developing, Integrating, and Testing the front-end of our Flex Power System SCADA and automation software and related hardware
- Documenting the above processes
- Other duties as needed or required:
- Systems Engineering and Architecture such as
- Modeling and Prototyping
- Requirements elicitation and management
- Research & Development
- Reviews proposal technical volumes
- Authors and publishes technical papers
- Attends technical conferences
- Assists Marketing & Sales
The systems developer reports to the CTO.
None at this point.
Qualifications & Skills:
The position requires a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics, science, engineering, human factors, or psychology and five years of relevant experience.
The position requires minimal travel, typically not exceeding 5% of the time, though this will depend on projects at hand. (Trips within San Diego and surrounding cities/counties are not considered travel.)
Qualifications and Skills include experience with the following
- Industry Standard UI Development Tools
- Industry Standard Web Development Tools
- HTML 5
- Operating Systems
- Quick learner
- Has innovative ideas
- A passion to make a difference in the world!
In addition to the required qualifications and skills above, preferred qualifications include:
- An additional five years of relevant experience
- Professional certifications and accreditations
- Experience in clean energy, microgrid, and smart grid arena
- Systems Engineering
- Requirements management