Human Factors Consultant, £45k+ Expanding Team
A Leading Nuclear Consultancy Company is seeking to take on a Human Factors Consultant on a permanent basis.
This is a senior level position within a leading organisation, as a Consultant you will be working on various interesting opportunities across the UK.
You will be working in a skilled team,, within the Human Factors department. After receiving a substantial cash injection the Human Factors team is set to expand. They have just relocated to a brand new office in Warrington making a great time to join this company with unlimited potential in an exciting work environment.
The companies varied range of clients ensures you widen your skill set and are exposed to various areas of the Nuclear Industry. In addition to this they have a well known and respected name in the industry so the successful candidate will be in prime position to network and get their name out there.
The company has a proven track record of internal promotion and assisting the career progression of employees, positions are currently open at Director Level.
The ideal candidate will have:
- Strong experience in ergonomics and human factors.
- Experience within the Nuclear Industry
Typical role responsibilities include:
- Human factors integration
- Equipment design
- Workspace and workplace design
- Environmental ergonomics
- Organisational behaviour
- Safety management systems and safety culture
- Human reliability analysis
- Training and competency assurance
- Communication systems review
This is a great time to get on board with this company, they are stable and time tested. It's a chance to accelerate your career in the industry in a financially stable and reputable company.
If this position is of interest to you OR anyone you know, and you will like to find out more please contact Funmi of Non Stop Recruitment on 00 44 20 7940 2105 or email a copy of your CV in MS WORD format email@example.com
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