Teledyne Technologies

  • ISS Payload Display Review Team Specialist

    Job Locations US-AL-Huntsville
    Requisition ID
    2018-7151
    Company Name
    Teledyne Brown Engineering Inc
    Shift
    1st Shift - Day
    Citizenship/Visa Requirement
    US Citizen Only
  • Company Overview

    Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. is an industry leader in engineered systems and advanced manufacturing. The Company provides full-spectrum systems engineering, integration, manufacturing, and lifecycle sustainment solutions to the marine, aviation, aerospace, and defense, energy and environment markets. Teledyne Brown has expertise in systems integration, technology development, hardware design, prototype development, system test and evaluation, advanced manufacturing, performance-based logistics solutions, and operations and maintenance.

    Position Summary and Responsibilities

    The PDRT Specialist is a human factors trained professional who will be responsible for assuring the usability of payload display operations products designed by ISS Users to service on-orbit micro-gravity science.  

     

    The PDRT Specialist will:

    • Review science software application Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs)
    • Plan and conduct usability verification tests
    • Prepare test reports
    • Track usability-related issues and prepare and submit flight candidate crew display products for final baseline and flight certification.

     

    The PDRT Specialist will support payload design reviews throughout all development phases. The PDRT Specialist will review other payload operations products – including crew manual procedures and training tools, working closely with Payload Mission Operations Directorate (PMOD) personnel, Flight Operations Directory (FOD) Payloads and the JSC Astronaut Office to ensure payload displays and procedures are compliant with program standards and interoperable. The PDRT Specialist will support the Integrated Display and Graphics Standards (IDAGS) Team in the definition and update of program graphical display design standards and evaluate these and other program requirements against a widening array of new display technologies, platforms and operating systems in use aboard the ISS.

    Qualifications

    Education:

    Requires a B.S. degree in a recognized field of engineering and a basic knowledge of analysis, design and test techniques.  No prior work experience is required.  Co-op or related sub-professional experience is desirable, but no mandatory.

    B.S. in Human Factors Engineering, Human Factors Psychology; Engineering Psychology; Cognitive Experimental Psychology; System Engineering.

    Strongly Preferred:

    0-2 years of experience in user interface (UI) design support of software display interfaces; Human factors, and system engineering design orientation and UI product integration; Low-fidelity display prototyping; Usability test methods and techniques; Knowledge of ISS program display and graphics commonality standards and familiarity with current commercial operating systems, including: Microsoft Windows Desktop; Apple iOS Human Interface Guidelines; Google Android User Interface; Linux.


     

    Teledyne is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, transgender, pregnancy, marital status, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability, protected Veteran Status, genetics or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

    If you need assistance or an accommodation while seeking employment, please email teledynerecruitment@teledyne.com or call (805)373-4545. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. Please note that only those inquiries concerning a request for reasonable accommodation will receive a response.

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