JOB SPAM: Human Factors Specialists, St. Jude Medical, Los Angeles, USA

21 May 2004 - 2:01pm
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Elizabeth Bacon
2003

Hello fellow professionals,
Apologies in advance for cross-posting these open job positions, but we're
eager to hire!
St. Jude Medical is a great place to work, with tons of growth potential and
never a dull moment. We'd like stellar interaction designers and/or
experience designers and/or user-centered designers to come on board. Don't
think twice about the job title. The existing Human Factors team members
(all two of us) are both interaction designers at heart, with years of
experience at Cooper providing the foundation of our conceptual design
methods, as we practice in a highly interdisciplinary environment. Also note
that the first of these positions is a great job opportunity for someone
fresh out of school....
Please feel free to contact me directly with any serious questions, but in
order to be actively considered for a position, follow the instructions in
the ads below. Thanks!
Best regards,
Elizabeth
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Position 1:
Human Factors Specialist
St. Jude Medical, CRMD
Los Angeles, CA, USA
About Us: St. Jude Medical is a leader in developing, manufacturing and
distributing medical devices for the global cardiovascular market. Its
Cardiac Rhythm Management Division, located in the suburbs of Los Angeles,
is currently seeking a Human Factor Specialist.
Job Description: Working with moderate supervision from senior staff,
refine, prototype and document GUI designs for lifesaving medical products.
Help to plan and conduct customer and competitive usability research. Based
on senior staff input, create GUI concepts and interactive prototypes for
usability testing, and apply customer feedback toward improved concepts.
Clearly communicate GUI designs through dialogue with internal staff,
informal written presentations, and formal engineering specifications. Work
requires the application of principles and creative/analytical techniques
typically acquired in a recognized four-year curriculum. Experience working
with software development teams in an FDA-regulated environment is highly
desirable, as is experience in creating process-oriented and
detail-intensive materials.
Qualifications Required: Typically a minimum of 2 + years of progressively
more responsible work experience with the design of software for complex
applications. Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, Engineering, a related field,
or equivalent. Expertise in Macromedia Fireworks and web-based prototyping
tools including JavaScript, DHTML, and Macromedia Flash is required. Must
have in-depth knowledge and experience of: human factors and cognitive
psychology theory and application; the software development process;
software technology; and effective methods of working with R&D teams,
customers, trends, governmental factors and emerging research and
technologies affecting product usability.
Qualifications Desired: A degree in Psychology (Human Factors, Cognitive,
Engineering or Experimental), or in a field related to Human-Computer
Interaction. Experience with the cardiac pacing and defibrillation device
market is also highly desirable.
To Apply:
For resume submission, please:
1. Visit our website at www.sjm.com
2. Go to careers
3. Next, go to open positions
4. Select search open positions
5. Type in requisition number (Req #) 14956
6. Finally, select submit resume or C.V. to submit your resume
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Position 2:
Senior Human Factors Specialist
St. Jude Medical, CRMD
Los Angeles, CA, USA
About Us: St. Jude Medical is a leader in developing, manufacturing and
distributing medical devices for the global cardiovascular market. Its
Cardiac Rhythm Management Division, located in the suburbs of Los Angeles,
is currently seeking a Senior Human Factor Specialist.
Job Description: Collaborating with existing senior staff, design, refine,
prototype, usability test, document, communicate and advocate interaction
design solutions for lifesaving medical products. Plan and conduct customer
and competitive usability research, and document results. Develop GUI
concepts and interactive prototypes for usability testing, and apply
customer feedback toward improved concepts. Clearly communicate GUI designs
through dialogue with internal staff, informal written and verbal
presentations, and formal engineering specifications. Work requires the
application of design principles and creative/analytical techniques
typically acquired in a recognized four-year curriculum. Great attention to
detail and ability to multi-task are a must. Experience working with
software development teams in an FDA regulated environment is highly
desirable, as is experience in creating process-intensive materials.
Qualifications Required: Bachelor's or Master's degree in Human Factors,
Interaction Design, Human-Computer Interaction, Usability Engineering,
Cognitive Psychology, or equivalent program. Typically a minimum of 5 plus
years of progressively more responsible work experience with the design of
software for complex applications. Must have in-depth knowledge and
experience of: interaction design best practices; human factors and
cognitive psychology theory and application; the software development
process; software technology; and effective methods of working with R&D
teams, customers, trends, governmental factors and emerging research and
technologies affecting product usability.
Qualifications Desired: Expertise in Macromedia Fireworks and web-based
prototyping tools including JavaScript and DHTML is desired. Familiarity
with application of personas and Goal-Directed Design methodology highly
valued. Experience with the cardiac pacing and defibrillation device market
is also highly desirable.
To Apply:
For resume submission, please:
1. Visit our website at www.sjm.com
2. Go to careers
3. Next, go to open positions
4. Select search open positions
5. Type in requisition number (Req #) 14957
6. Finally, select submit resume or C.V. to submit your resume

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