JOB, Human Factors Design Engineer/User Interface Analyst, Alpharetta, GA, Recruiter, 3 Months Contract to Hire
28 May 2008 - 2:39pm
Human Factors Design Engineer/User Interface Analyst
3 Months Contract to Hire
The Human Factors Design Engineer/ User Interface Analyst is an analytic
problem solver who can synthesize user research, user interface design
principles and business requirements into intuitive solutions for health
The User Interface Analyst is primarily responsible for leading User
Research, User Interface Design, and Usability Evaluation activities
within an iterative product lifecycle.
User Research activities include planning and conducting field studies
at client sites to produce user analyses artifacts (e.g., user profiles,
personas, user needs), work flow and task analyses artifacts (e.g., user
scenarios) and user requirements.
User Interface Design activities include creating and iterating static
and interactive design models (e.g., Storyboards, prototypes) and
authoring detailed User Interface Specifications. Tools may include:
Visio, Word, Power Point, Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator, HTML.
Usability Evaluation activities include performing Usability Tests with
end users, and conducting User Interface Peer Reviews.
The Human Factors/ User Interface Analyst will be a member of the
Product Management organization consisting of Functional Analysts,
Business Analysts, and User Interface Designers.
1. 5+ years designing Graphical User Interfaces
2. Expert in User Centered Design practices and research methods
3. Usability Inspection and Usability Testing experience required
4. Experience creating and maintaining UI Standards & Design Patterns
5. Experience gathering data in the hospital setting a plus
6. Healthcare background or exposure to clinical/hospital information
systems a plus
7. Masters Degree in Human Computer Interaction, Cognitive Psychology,
Experimental Psychology, or equivalent education and experience a plus.
GENERAL TEAM CRITERIA
1. Work ethic. Willingness to work to meet goals
2. Motivation: has a drive to improve quality of McKesson user
3. Vision: Has an opinion regarding user interface design principles and
4. Self starter: drive to seek out tasks rather than be assigned to them
5. Recommend Solutions: Ability to formulate solutions after identifying
6. Vision: able to suggest ways to improve the current processes and
7. Team Player: Must be able to work in a team and build positive
8. Personable: Able to work with dynamic teams. Good sense of humor
9. Quick Learner: Able to adapt to new processes and environments
quickly and in a positive manner
10. Documentation: Willing to spend significant time generating UI
designs and design specifications.
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