One of my clients has a new role for a Senior Human Factors Consultant. This is a really interesting and exciting opportunity for anyone who likes to feel valued. My client is a multi disciplined consultant who work across a variety of sectors and markets. The person they are looking for must have a strong background in Human Factors Engineering, ideally on Nuclear projects. However, they will also consider people who have worked in other markets including: Rail, Defence and Oil & Gas.
What my client can offer is fairly unique. They have the backing of a well established and robust business but the Human Factors team is relatively small and nimble so can offer a very friendly and fair place to operate. The person who heads up the team has an amazing track record and reputation in the sector and is someone who recognises the benefits of working collaboratively. They want to build a team of Human Factors practitioners who have a genuine depth of knowledge to offer clients bespoke and smart solutions.
If you like to work with people who are passionate about Human Factors and have the ambition and drive to be part of a growing team then this could be the perfect opportunity for you.
This is a staff role and my client will consider each application on it's own merit and understand that everyone has something different to offer. It would be ideal if my client could find someone based in the North West of England but they can offer flexible working so if you live in any other region of the UK please contact me anyway.
What they want:
Senior Human Factors Consultant who has experience ideally in the Nuclear sector
Someone who wants to be part of a friendly and professional team
Senior Human Factors Engineer who understands how to work with demanding clients
Someone who likes to feel valued
Senior Human Factors Consultant who understands the commercial aspects of projects
Someone who wants to be part of a growing team and to play a part in it's successes
To find out more about this exciting opportunity please contact me directly in confidence