Our Client is a global provider of air freight. Their primary mission is to support the other business units by ensuring customers have the financing they need to buy and receive delivery of their products.
UX/UI Designer (m/f/d)
Your future tasks and responsibilities:
- Designing, testing, and certifying the look, feel, and operational behavior of the flight deck, from the early conceptual phase to supporting airplanes through their service life.
- Collaborating with pilots, designers, and systems engineers to ensure flight deck interfaces and flight management automation complements the cognitive, physical, sensory, and ergonomic capabilities of assigned pilots.
- Conducting and implementing user evaluations and testing in pioneering full-flight simulators and flight test airplanes.
- Designing and performing human factors studies in support of product development and product evolution, ensuring continuous growth within the frontier of human-system integration.
- Supporting product development efforts to identify new and emerging technologies to increase aviation safety and make valuable contributions to products or services.
- Supporting the establishment of design requirements for changes and enhancements to the flight crew interface on existing or new commercial airplane models, and testing and implementing those enhancements.
- Developing and implementing Human Factors processes taking into account compliance activities and interacting with regulatory bodies, both domestic and international.
- Applying Human Factors methodologies and best practices to develop, evaluate, analyze, test, and support the cognitive, interactive, ergonomic, and behavioral attributes of flight decks.
- Advising and advocating for the incorporation of human performance limits in the assessment of safety risk in relevant product designs.
- Working closely with the international avionics community and a diverse and global community of flight operations professionals including flight test, technical and procedural, training, customer airline, and regulator pilots.
- Represent the company community in both corporate enterprise functional organizations as well as industry committees.
A Flight Deck Human Factors specialist can have focus areas which may include: display formats, menus and control interfaces, display hardware, flight management system, instrument panel layouts, crew alerting, electronic flight bag, crew personal electronic devices, failure effects and analysis, navigation, communication equipment, crew procedures, crew training, human factors/cognition, regulatory compliance, and ergonomic analysis.
- Bachelor degree in human factors, UX/UI Design, systems engineering, industrial engineering, psychology or related field.
- Four or more years of related engineering work experience (manufacturing, development or research environment) or a graduate degree in a related field of study
- Some travel may be required, either domestic or international.
- Ability to effectively connect with a diverse engineering team in order to establish a consensus on sophisticated technical issues.
Your professional future:
We look forward to your application!