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Digital Ergonomics Specialist
Full Time, Permanent
We are looking for a user-focused Digital Ergonomics Specialist, with a proven track record for tackling new challenges and a passion for helping people learn new things. Duties will include completing digital job profiles with employees and employers, delivering technical training sessions, one on one customer support, data analysis, and ergonomics risk assessments.
Help teach computer users of varying experience levels how to use a new software platform designed to eliminate workplace injury
Deliver online, and in person presentations, including live software demonstrations
Perform data analysis on physical demands analyses, finding strengths in flaws in other individuals ergonomics analyses
Help curate and build the world’s largest database of job descriptions with physical demand descriptions
Provide technical support as required
Conduct user experience testing
Graduate of university Kinesiology degree program.
DegreeAE or CCPE designation
Preference will be given to individuals:
Familiar in ergonomic assessments + experience with WCB and FCE training is considered highly advantageous. Registration with or eligibility for registration with the Saskatchewan Kinesiology and Exercise Science.
Experience performing physical demands descriptions and ergonomics risk assessments
A passion for learning new software, and teaching your peers how to make the most out of new tools
Experience working in ergonomics
Experience working in software development and training
Must be proficient in anatomy
Attention to detail and the ability to take direction
Active listener with high degree of patience
Physical job demands analysis
Education and tools to maximize an individual's vocational abilities, and independence with daily living activities
Proactive and preventative intervention models
Provide ongoing feedback and monitoring of client progress over time
Thinking outside the box, problem solving
Kinesiologists play a key role in our team environment; primarily they focus on testing and feedback sessions. They will also perform other occupational testing as required.
This requires the experience and/or knowledge to thoroughly list, document, and report on physical homemaking and job demands. Strong oral and written communication (including report writing) skills are required, along with computer knowledge.
Compensation will be appropriate to level of experience and knowledge.
Some travel may be required and reliable transportation is required.