Jo has completed her MSc in Human Factors and Ergonomics with Distinction , as well as attained a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and the Level 6 NCRQ Certificate in Applied Health and Safety.
She is a Graduate Member of the Chartered Institute of Human Factors and Ergonomics (CIEHF) and and working towards Chartered status.
She is methodical and pragmatic in her approach to projects and employs creativity to solving problems. Jo has experience in various roles encompassing project management and streamlining processes.
“I am passionate about ensuring people are supported by taking a person-centred approach to my work.”
Jo specialises in:
- Carrying out home workstation assessments for hybrid workers.
- Developing disability personas to help improve the accessibility of workplaces.
- Carried out empirical research into ethical risk analysis, which included conducting interviews and performing a desktop analysis.
- Conducted quantitative research and statistical analysis using surveys into the relationship between job satisfaction and types of motivation as part of her BSc in Psychology.
- Provided guidance on the implications of sleep deprivation to employees and directors.
- With an interdisciplinary team, designed an interface for an interactive kiosk as part of her MSc, identifying user requirements, creating a low-fidelity prototype, carrying out usability testing, and using various methods to evaluate the design.