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Graduate Human Factors Consultant

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Birmingham +4

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  • The ideal candidate for the Graduate Human Factors Consultant position at Arcadis should have a BSc/MSc degree in Ergonomics and Human Factors, demonstrate Arcadian skills, possess excellent communication skills, be willing to travel and stay away from home, hold a full UK driving license, and be comfortable with site-based working.
  • As a Graduate Human Factors Consultant at Arcadis, you will be part of the People Centred Design Team, advising clients across various sectors on people-centred design issues to meet user needs and regulatory requirements. You will work on multiple projects, developing technical human factors skills and understanding people issues in different industries, while working towards your Chartership of the IEHF.
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Graduate Job

Consulting, People, HR & Administration•Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol, Leeds, London

Description

  • Our graduate GROW programme is a structured 3-year programme, designed to help you evolve and develop skills to become an experienced professional in your chosen field. You’ll benefit from training and development, mentoring, and assistance for accreditations relevant to your programme, as well as the support and guidance you need to develop and succeed. As a GROW graduate you will be empowered to drive your career and will be exposed to a variety of experiences to assist you in gaining the skills you require to succeed. 
  • Our success is created by passionate and innovative people who sit at the very heart of our business, and our graduates are fundamental to this success. 
  • On the Specialist and Scientists GROW programme you will specialise from day one in your chosen discipline. Working in teams of consultants you’ll be responsible for your own deliverables, liaising with clients, and given every opportunity to build your skillsets and technical expertise. You’ll work on a range of environmental and planning projects which may include major infrastructure, urban regeneration and community focused projects that will expose you to a variety of challenges and technical specialists.  

Requirements

  • Accepted Degrees: BSc / MSc Ergonomics and Human Factors
  • Qualifications & Experience:
  • You will be graduating in 2024 or have recently graduated with at least a 2:2 in a relevant master's or bachelor's degree
  • You will demonstrate typical Arcadian skills including Resilience, Creativity, Analytical Thinking and being a Team Player
  • You will have excellent communication skills and the ability to use your technical knowledge to influence and consult stakeholders.
  • Willing to travel and stay away from home when required (where possible we embrace virtual working)
  • Hold a full driving licence which allows you to drive in the UK
  • Comfortable with Site based working, when required for projects

Education requirements

2:2 or higher
Bachelors

Area of Responsibilities

Consulting
People, HR & Administration

Responsibilities

  • Human Factors: Become part of our People Centred Design Team. Working across different sectors (including nuclear, rail, mobility, oil and gas, financial institutes, and local government) you will join an expert Team made up of Human Factors and Inclusive Design specialists who advise clients on people-centred design issues to meet user needs, standards and regulatory requirements. As a member of the People Centred Design Team, you will have the opportunity to work on multiple projects to develop your technical human factors skills and understand people issues within a variety of different industries, whilst working towards your Chartership of the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (IEHF).

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol, Leeds, London