Human Factors / Design Research Intern

Job Locations US-WA-Everett
Req No.


The Human Factors Intern is responsible for supporting the Research & Strategy team with research-related tasks, including data collection, field work, interviews, human factors assessments, data analysis, and presentation creation. The position demands experience and knowledge of research methods, Human Factors, and a willingness to learn new techniques. Here’s what you’ll do:  

  • Complete Human Factors assessments of products and experiences in all stages of design 
  • Contribute to product design through rigorous user centered exploration and analysis 
  • Participate in defining answerable research questions, developing research plans, and executing research studies 
  • Use a variety of qualitative and quantitative methods leading to actionable insight  
  • Collect, analyze, visualize, and prepare research findings for presentation to various audiences 

Why we need this position:  

We love to make great products and all awesome products have a strong foundation of rigorous and thoughtful research. We need an excellent researcher to join in to help us understand human needs and hone products to meet those needs.  

Who We’re Looking For:  
You are insatiably curious. You love the prospect of gathering relevant data and organizing it in such a way that it informs the creative process and helps bring about innovative solutions to complex problems. You don’t shy away from ambiguity—indeed, you relish it as an opportunity to think critically and creatively. If the idea of contributing your talents to a multi-disciplinary team of researchers, designers, and engineers helping to build a brighter future appeals to you—and you’ve got the kind of sensationally organized mind we need—we’d like to hear what you’ve got to say.  


What We Just Said, Now in 6 Bullet Points (a.k.a. Essential Qualifications): 

  • Currently enrolled or recently graduated from a program in Human Factors, Psychology, User Experience Research, Human Computer Interaction, Social Sciences or equivalent field; 1+ years of experience conducting research or relevant course work 
  • Bonus Skills: knowledge of CAD and human modeling software 
  • Possess strong problem solving and critical thinking skills  
  • Knowledge of anthropometrics, biomechanics, task analysis, human systems integration, perception & cognition 
  • Familiar with all aspects of research; from protocol design and data collection, to analysis and presentation 
  • Strong organizational skills, methodical approach to research, but also comfortable with ambiguity 


This is a paid internship for 3-6 months.   


Teague is currently working in a hybrid location model.  While most work can be done remotely, you may be needed for occasional in-person research at our facilities in Everett, WA. 


At Teague, we value diversity.  We search the globe, literally, to find and attract top talent from diverse backgrounds.   


Teague is an EEO/AA employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. 


Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later.
Share on your newsfeed

Need help finding the right job?

We can recommend jobs specifically for you! Click here to get started.