Human Factors Consultants, HSE, NII, Gloucester, Liverpool, London, UK

Human Factors Consultants

Reference: 1229949283

Human Factors Consultants interested in working with the Nuclear Inspectorate as an inspector advising and guiding the worlds biggest construction and Engineering consulting groups Design Houses, Site Owners and Developers in the new build programme for Nuclear power stations within the UK

Nuclear Inspectorate Inspectors



Gloucester / Liverpool / London

This position entails: managing and participating in a wide variety of UK and human factors consultancy projects attending clients sites within the nuclear, defence sectors; building client relationships including as a regulator with all related , nuclear and other major hazard companies, government bodies and agencies e.g.

Key Responsibilities

Projects range from HF analyses in support of safety cases, audits and evaluations, through to complex HF research and development projects and delivery of human factors training. prepare and deliver presentations and other marketing materials (e.g. brochures), contribute to Human Factors approach to improving business strategy and plans for future projects.

One of our biggest desires is to Developing and maintain excellent client relationships,  strong interpersonnel /client facing role, through informal networking, formal meetings and conferences and by monitoring developments in the HF field.

Essential Qualifications

Relevant undergraduate academic qualification in appropriate field; i.e. Psychology or suitable Engineering degree (Industrial, Mechanical or Electrical (C&I)); plus additional post-graduate degree, training, or experience in human factors. Member of the Ergonomics Society, BPS or suitable engineering chartership (or eligible for membership). Clean UK drivers licence.

Desirable Qualifications

Eligibility for UK DV clearance is beneficial.

Experience Required

To be successful in this role you will already have an understanding of a broad range of human factors principles and methods, and their role and application within various industries, particularly nuclear. You will need well-developed project management, commercial and business development skills. Project management training and/or experience is highly desirable.

Good technical report-writing ability and presentation skills are also essential.

Experience in one or more of the following technical areas is essential:

• Incorporating human factors into safety cases and periodic safety reviews

• Organisational issues including safety culture assessment and enhancement, and management of change

• System, equipment and interface design

• Early human factors analysis & human factors integration

• Human error and reliability assessment

• Design of training and procedure systems

• Root cause analysis, incident investigation, Operational experience of systems.

Technical leadership role is beneficial.

To discuss this or similar posts, please telephone ERS on 01454 203 460, or to Register your interest, register a CV with ERS, or to apply for this post, please Contact ERS on 01454 203 460, or e-mail Thank you.


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