Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Worldwide campus is
currently hiring adjunct faculty to teach MSHF 647 Human Factors
in Complex Systems.
This course provides an examination of organizations and
sustainable systems as socio-technical systems, including
socio-technical approaches to design, implementation, and
management. The focus of the course explores the understanding of
effective interactions among people who work across organizational,
geographical, cultural, technological, and temporal boundaries, as
a means to design effective complex socio-technical systems.
Discussions include participative design and decision-making;
quality of work life; semi-autonomous work groups; organizational
ecology; and collective resource approaches to planning.
A minimum of a Doctorate degree in discipline is required (please
see list of acceptable disciplines below), as well as relevant
industry experience from within the last 7 years.
Degrees Within the Teaching Discipline
- Physiology: Human, Flight, Aerospace
- Ergonomics: Physical, Cognitive
- Human Factors: Engineering, Management
- Engineering: Aerospace, Systems, Safety, Biomechanical,
- Health & Safety: Occupational, Environmental
- Safety: Industrial/Occupational/Management/Science