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Open Human Factors Engineer Position at CSL Behring

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Join CSL Behring’s team as a Human Factors Engineer


CSL Behring is a global biotherapeutics leader driven by its promise to save lives. In Bern more than 1600 employees develop and deliver life-saving therapies to treat people with rare and serious medical conditions worldwide.

For its location in Bern, for the Impurity and Data Management team within Technical Operations R&D department, CSL Behring are looking for a Human Factors Engineer (100%) (m/f/d)


Main Responsibilities and Accountabilities

  • Develop and execute Human Factors Engineering plans as per current standards and guidelines (e.g. FDA HFE Guidelines, IEC 62366, EN ISO 14971, AAMI HE75, 21 CFR part 820, etc.)
  • Conduct risk analysis of Medical Devices and Combination Products
  • Write and review HF study protocols (formative and summative studies)
  • Supervise studies’ execution
  • Conduct users’ research (empirically through field studies, experimental set-ups, or by means of literature reviews and analyses, anthropometric research)
  • Write and assess instructional and training material for end-users and patients
  • Analyze post-marketing data in light of usability and ergonomics standards and requirements
  • Participate to development/project team meetings as HF subject-matter expert, provide input on HF compliance and HF topics
  • Present the results of the studies to projects’ teams and stakeholders


Qualifications & Experience

  • Bachelor or Master degree in Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Social Sciences with focus on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), or related discipline
  • A first experience in the medical device industry (pharma, biotech) or in a regulated industry with focus on safety-critical systems would be an advantage
  • Capable of writing and reviewing studies’ protocols (English language) and study reports that involve human subjects, ensuring that methodological rigor and subjects’ safety is maintained
  • Demonstrated ability of analyzing empirical data in light of theories on human errors
  • Demonstrated ability to interpret studies’ results and to use them pragmatically as actionable inputs for products’ design
  • Practical knowledge of statistics
  • Knowledge of usability/HF standards for combination products and medical devices
  • Prior experience in the field of medical devices, combination products or health sciences industry is strongly preferred



Applications must include a motivation letter and CV, as well as letters of references and copies of relevant transcripts and/or diplomas in the original language. Please include all these in one document together with the CV.

CSL Behring is committed to provide equal employment opportunity for all.


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