The Institutes for Behavior Resources, Inc. (IBR), a non-profit behavioral research and services company with a broadly recognized reputation for providing industrial and aviation fatigue risk management research and services, is seeking a doctoral level professional (or equivalent experience) to help manage fatigue risk management programs. Depending on level of experience, this professional would be responsible to lead/support operational research and consulting associated with fatigue risk management in the workplace. IBR will consider junior and senior level candidates with commensurate compensation.
Areas of focus include research on sleep and performance in shift work and aviation, policies and procedures for fatigue management, and application of cutting-edge technologies for forecasting and measuring sleep and performance in the workplace.
Desirable skills include familiarity with actigraphy, experience with field collection of objective and subjective fatigue measures, experience with human subjects research, coordinating research with companies and employee groups, and logistical management of study materials, human subjects recruiting and training, protocol preparation, data management, statistics, and report writing.