Usability Engineer Student-FallBookmark This
Fall student position for students who are pursuing a degree in psychology, human computer interaction or human factors engineering. Also will consider students who have a mechanical, computer science or electrical engineering degree. Student must have strong technical knowledge, detail oriented individual, and excellent communication skills.
Job duties include working to help setup and conduct usability testing, heuristic evaluations of Lexmark and competitor products, data analysis, and presentation/video editing. Depending on the individual's experiences, design work in the area of user interface in both software and firmware may occur.