Global Device Development Human Factors Scientist (Industrial Trainee)
Posted on 01/03/17
For Us, It’s A Mission
At Mylan, we mean it when we say we work every day to provide access to high quality medicines to the world’s 7 billion people.
If you are unconventional, relentless and passionate.
If you believe in doing what’s right, not what’s easy.
If you are a doer and have a passion for serving others, we want to talk to you.
Make a Difference
At Mylan, each person has the ability to make a difference.
From the providers who sell and market our products to the producers who develop and manufacture them and finally to our business partners who support the providers and producers, we all have a mission critical role. Here’s how this role will help:
- Working in the Human Factors team we are looking for someone to help in the delivery of Global Device Developments medical device portfolio.
- The successful candidate will:
- Support a number of usability engineering programs; maintaining a current view of how FDA Quality Systems-Design Control requirements, AAMI/ANSI HE75 and ISO 62366 are integrated into the development of high quality combination products.
- Investigate and assess current market tools to track and monitor marketed device combination product complaints on a range of global products.
- Play a fundamental role in supporting the development of human factors usability assessments from the logistics of recruitment, live streaming of observations through to final analysis and reporting of results.
- Feedback qualitative and quantitative user feedback into Mylans Risk Management program.
Make Our Values Your Values
Mylan hires only the best. People who thrive in a culture of innovation and empowerment.
People who are active learners and have a positive attitude. People who are leaders and know that by working together we can run faster, reach higher and achieve more.
By doing so, we will continue to set new standards in health care. Here are the minimum qualifications and essential functions for this position:
- The successful candidate will currently be enrolled in an accredited college or university in a Human Factors or Engineering degree program, or a related field of study.
- Knowledge of how Human Factors Engineering plays a key role in medical device development and integration into device design control.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office, specifically Excel, Word and Powerpoint
- Must have the ability to produce quality output within tight deadlines.
- Effective presentation skills, both written and verbal.
- Strong analytical skills, able to digest complicated data, perform analysis and produce clear findings
- Comfortable working independently with minimal supervision.
- Proficiency in speaking, comprehending, reading and writing English is required.
If you want to be part of a global health care company that is making a difference and changing lives, Mylan may be the place for you.
With a workforce of more than 35,000 worldwide, we can make a difference.
We encourage you to visit Mylan.com to learn more about our unconventional culture, our approach to doing business and how we plan to set new standards in health care.
Mylan offers a competitive salary for this role and excellent benefits and an environment conducive to professional growth and advancement.
Mylan is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
To submit your application, please submit your CV/Covering letter to email@example.com – stating “Global Device Development – Industrial Trainee” in the subject line.