Originally from Workopolis
The job candidate will join an interactive ergonomic team. Under the supervision of the main interactive ergonomic consultant, the job incumbent shall work as an ergonomic consultant for interactive products and information architecture.
- Evaluate interactive products for clients by conducting usability tests;
- Identify ergonomic problems and validate the information architecture;
- Analyze and organize the information content of interactive products;
- Develop information architecture and mock-ups;
- Define navigation and interactive systems for interactive products and create mock-ups;
- Evaluate user requirements for interactive products through content analysis, interviews and task analysis;
- Help CESART's strategic planners in their responses to our clients;
- Produce and provide various reports and present intervention results to clients.
- Bachelor or Master degree in Cognitive Psychology or in a discipline related to user-oriented development (communication, computer science, education, software engineering, etc.);
- Minimum of 2 years of work experience in interactive ergonomics;
- Ability to design prototypes;
- Experience in usability tests and interface evaluations based on ergonomic criteria;
- Capacity for synthesizing and able to promptly solve problems;
- Excellent communications and interpersonal skills;
- Ability to work in a multidisciplinary team;
- Mastery of, Visio (or equivalent), Photoshop (or equivalent) and the Microsoft Office Suite;
- Bilingualism essentialâ€”written and spoken English and French.
- Knowledge of remote usability test tools and techniques;
- Knowledge of eye-tracking techniques and applications;
- In-depth knowledge of architecture information techniques.
- Competitive salary
- Employee benefits program
- Bonus plan
Resource person’s name: Carolina Lerena
The masculine and feminine used in this job offer refer equally to employees of both sexes and in no way represent a particular distinction based on gender. Bell is an equal opportunity employer.