DCS Corp
Human Factors Scientist
At a glance
Location: US-OH-Dayton Map
Posted: 11/17/2020
Closing: 12/16/2020
Degree: Not Specified
Type: Full-Time
Experience: Not Specified
DCS Corp
Job description

Infoscitex, a DCS company, is an employee owned organization with a reputation for agile and efficient development of technology solutions for U.S. Defense, Aerospace, Human Factors, and Security markets. Infoscitex is seeking a Human Factors Scientist to support our research efforts for the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, OH. In this role, you will work with a multi-disciplinary team to improve user interfaces to facilitate teaming between a human operator and an autonomous teammate.

Essential Job Functions:

As this Human Factors Scientist, you could expect to:

Develop and evaluate innovative human-autonomy teaming interfaces.

Conduct cognitive task analyses to determine operator requirements.

Manage and execute the data collection of multiple research studies.

Aid in report writing, journal publications, and conference presentations.


Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.

At least an MS degree in Human Factors Psychology, or a related technical discipline; and at least 4 years of related experience. (We have multiple levels associated with this opportunity. Candidates with advanced degrees or varying experience may be considered for alternative classification).

Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. Government background investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information: eligible to attain a Secret level U.S. DoD security clearance.

Ability to plan, manage, and execute complex experimental studies and interpret the results.

Ability to work well in a multi-disciplinary team.

Experience in UX design for advanced operator interface concepts

Familiarity with running human subjects in a laboratory setting.

Ability to participate in limited intermittent travel (less than 10%).

Human Factors Scientist