Founded in 1999, Dexcom, Inc. provides continuous glucose monitoring technology to help patients and their clinicians better manage diabetes. Since our inception, we have focused on better outcomes for patients, caregivers, and clinicians by delivering solutions for people with diabetes - while empowering our community to take control of diabetes.
- Working under the direction of a Senior Human Factors Engineer, this individual will prepare study materials for usability tests, conduct formative and summative usability tests for medical devices and mobile device applications, analyze data, and compile results and findings for multidisciplinary teams of engineers, developers, clinicians, and executives.
- Contribute to HFE documentation needed for creating Usability Engineering File for FDA submissions.
- Conduct task analysis, Usability Audits, Cognitive Walk-throughs, and other formative design and evaluation methods.
- Make design recommendations based on usability standards and best practices.
- Participate in cross-functional design reviews.
- Conduct ongoing research on web-based, embedded, and stand-alone software applications user interface development best practices.
- Familiarity with FDA human factors processes towards the development of medical devices and follows the guidelines of the FDA (e.g. IEC 62366, AAMI HE75).
Required Qualifications :
- BA or BS in Human Factors, Cognitive/Experimental Psychology, Industrial Design, Engineering Psychology or equivalent technical degree.
- At least 1 year of industry experience coordinating and conducting Usability Testing, including measurement of user performance, data analysis and reporting of results.
- Experience working with medical devices and FDA regulations (i.e. HE75) a plus
- Experience in mobile application software design
- Fluency with web and mobile standards and technologies
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate actively and proactively with others in a cross-functional team
- Ability to communicate effectively in writing, verbally, and as a presenter.
- Self-motivated and self-managed with a high degree of analytical ability and intellectual curiosity.
- Ability and willingness to travel as needed (domestically and internationally), approximately 25% of the time.