Human Factors Engineer, Senior - 33413

Employment Type

: Full-Time


: Engineering

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Job Description

We are seeking a focused skill set in Human Factors Engineering with an Intelligence background. Working to support our customer needs, this dynamic position will afford you great flexibility to use your skills in a number of strategic ways.

You will possess practical experience in the area of human factors engineering with particular focus on personnel assessment including job analysis, work analysis, knowledge-skill-ability assessment, work performance standards and/or training needs.

Experience with, or knowledge of, Intelligence Community (IC) organizations, operations, and policies as well as national security classification procedures is desirable.

Specific knowledge/experience with the US Coast Guard (USCG) intelligence community is highly desired.

The following skill sets are key for the selected candidate:

  • We desire analysis that applies knowledge of human behavior capabilities and limitations to optimize human performance within an organization; as well as current industry best practices, academic research in human performance, innovative processes and technologies.
  • Develops relevant reports and report data as required.
  • Acts as a human factors technical point of contact on project and other work activities.
  • Develops processes and procedures that enhance human performance while satisfying operational requirements to meet the mission.
  • Assists with development of mission and operational documents. Engages with stakeholders to implement a unified approach to gain and/or improve integrated, global intelligence capabilities.
  • Education/ Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s degree in relevant fields such as human factors engineering, behavioral science, instructional/training design, industrial engineering, or systems engineering and a minimum of five (4) years’ experience. Advanced degrees may offset years of experience.

    Demonstrated prior experience in developing US military and Federal Civilian policies, doctrines, standards, regulations, manuals, and/or Personnel Qualification Standards desired.

    Skills : Demonstrated working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, SharePoint, and PowerPoint.

    Certifications : Intelligence Fundamentals Professional Certification (IFPC) desired.

    Knowledge :

    Desired knowledge of the USCG Intelligence Enterprise and how it has developed since 2007; overall USCG mission and business model; processes and procedures within the USCG training system managed by FORCECOM; role of competencies in workforce management and the USCG’s Competency Management System; role the USCG plays within the US Intelligence Community; and unit types, systems, and authorities within USCG Intelligence.

    Security Clearance: Current TS with SCI eligibility at the time of hire.

    Security Clearance: Top Secret * The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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