Position Number 20061
Class Title Postdoctoral Associate
Administrative Title No Administrative Function
The primary function of the position is to conduct human performance research as it pertains to Nuclear Regulatory Activities, Human Robot Interaction (HRI), Physiological Measures, and other simulations.
Position Minimum Qualifications:
Ph.D. in Human Factors Psychology from an accredited institution with 1-2 years of related research experience. This position requires someone with expertise in developing, managing, and conducting experiments with human participants.
Specific skills required are experience with conducting human research, knowledge of human factors principles including theory and application, a desire to affect Nuclear Regulatory Guidelines, a passion for HRI, and an interest in physiological measures. Strong written and verbal communication skills are necessary for reporting results and communicating with team members. Required experience includes a strong research methods and statistics background. Previous presentations and publications are beneficial. Knowledge in the basics of C++ and 3-D graphic design is helpful.
Experience in military-related, HRI, team and physiological research.
U.S. citizenship and military/security clearance are required due to the nature of the research performed.
This position is funded by contracts and grant (C&G).
Requisition Number 700121
Open until filled Yes
Division Academic Affairs
College/Area Office of Research & Commercialization (Research)
Department Research-Institute for Simulation and Training (IST)
Annual Salary Negotiable (based on 12 months)
Type of Appointment Postdoctoral
Job Category Faculty
Additional Application Materials Required:
Applicants must submit resume/CV and letter of interest at the time of application.
Work Location Orlando