Are you tired of fighting with developers? Working for a company that does not
understand usability, much less promote it? Are you ready to work for a
company with developers screaming for usability help? A company with a
usability vision from the top down? If so, come join the Interface Design and
Usability team at BMC Software, a company that really ‘gets it’
when it comes to ease of use.
BMC Software has permanent, full-time opportunities available for experienced
Usability Engineers. In the world of e-business, where customers and
competitors never sleep, BMC Software's e-vailability ensures that the
applications critical to our e-business customers' success are performing to
the Xtreme, 24x365. With e-vailability, we have taken our long-standing
commitment to quality solutions and service to the next level to meet the needs
of businesses in the 21st century.
We are looking for experienced usability engineers who will:
• Actively participate as members of multi-disciplinary teams designing
and developing the total user experience of BMC products
• Collect user data through usability testing, customer visits and focus
• Coordinate among multiple usability engineers supporting a suite of
• Help build and maintain a usability infrastructure that will drive
usability engineering throughout BMC Software
• Stay attuned to advances in the field of usability and UI design and
communicate these advances to the corporation
A successful candidate will have a Master’s or Ph.D. in psychology,
industrial engineering human factors, computer science or some related field,
and a minimum 2 years’ experience.
Positions are available in Houston, Texas.
BMC Software is a Forbes 500 company and a member of the S&P 500, with fiscal
year 2000 revenues exceeding $1.7 billion. It is a great work environment and
we were recently listed in Fortune’s “100 Best Companies To Work
For.” The company is headquartered in Houston, TX, with offices
worldwide. For more information, visit our Web site at www.bmc.com.
Fax or e-mail your resume to Tony H. Haverda,
Manager, Interface Design and Usability