How much does a Human Factors Researcher IV make in Nova Scotia? Nova ScotiaHuman Factors Researcher IV salaries vary greatly from town to town. See below for Human Factors Researcher IV salaries, bonus and benefits information for 1 city in the Nova Scotia area.
Conducts research studies and activities to support the development of user-centered product designs and that apply human factors principles, standards, and methodologies. Develops research and testing protocols that incorporate design principles, regulatory requirements, and behavioral methods. Plans and facilitates usability testing sessions and user interviews to evaluate product concepts and designs, and to identify problems or additional requirements. Develops and manages data collection instruments and protocols. Analyzes quantitative and qualitative data and presents research results to technical and development teams. Requires a bachelor's degree in human factors, usability engineering, cognitive psychology or equivalent. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Work is highly independent. May assume a team lead role for the work group. A specialist on complex technical and business matters. Typically requires 7+ years of related experience.