Careers at Farm

Careers - Why Join Farm?

Farm, a Flex company, has over 45 years of experience providing award-winning development services for medical, life sciences, and consumer healthcare companies. Our talented researchers, designers, and engineers work in a highly collaborative environment on innovative products designed to improve people’s lives. At Farm, you’ll learn from bright, like-minded individuals excited to tackle the world’s healthcare technology challenges.

Located in Southern, NH, our employees have the best of both city and country living with a convenient drive to Boston, the ocean, and the mountains. We attract talent from all over the world and offer competitive salaries and benefits.

Human Factors

Human Factors Engineer

Industrial Design

Industrial Design Internship



Human Factors Engineer

Farm is looking for a Human Factors Engineer to join our team. The position will be based in Hollis, NH. In this position, you will be responsible for research and usability activities for product solutions of complex scope. Project involvement ranges from early generative research to human factors activities throughout the product development process. You will also be directly involved with the design, development, and execution of research protocols.

Here is a glimpse of what you’ll do…

  • Undertake user research, such as ethnography in healthcare or consumer settings, focus groups, preference tests, and usability tests (both formative and summative).
  • Develop research materials, such as protocols, scripts, and data collection instruments. Analyze research data and produce deliverables suitable for Human Factors/Usability Engineering files.
  • Implement a variety of user-centered design methods, such as workflow analysis and personas.
  • Optimize user interface design by integrating usability and ergonomics.
  • Work on interdisciplinary teams with designers and engineers to analyze and evaluate data, conduct HF evaluations, and generate concepts, product specifications, and usability goals.
  • Manage outside suppliers for participant recruiting and research facilities, language translation, etc.
  • Provide accurate, well-defined, and articulate verbal and written presentations to clients.
  • Interact with the user interface, engineering, operations, business development, and quality disciplines to develop good processes, close working relationships, and successful products.
  • Have contact with clients regarding deliverables and general project communications.

Here is some of what you’ll need (required)…

  • Typically requires a Bachelor’s Degree in human factors, usability, engineering psychology, and/or research from an accredited school or equivalent experience and training.
  • 0-2 years of experience or a combination of education and relevant work experience.
  • Sufficient maturity to interact with Project Managers in a cooperative and productive manner.
  • Expertise in a range of user-centered design methods.
  • Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills.

Here are a few of our preferred experiences…

  • Project management experience.

Please visit Flex Careers to apply.


Industrial Design Internship

Farm has an Industrial Design Internship available in Hollis, NH. The Industrial Design Intern will gain real-world experience in industrial design, and the medical product development process.

Here is a glimpse of what you’ll do…

  • Be present at brainstorms, internal project reviews, and client meetings.
  • Collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams to create client-ready deliverables.
  • Analyze complex information to discover new design opportunities.
  • Explore creative solutions, test your ideas, and justify your design decisions.
  • Communicate clearly, both visually and verbally.

Here is some of what you’ll need (required)…

  • Internship candidates must be enrolled in a four-year accredited university, and currently be in their junior or senior year.
  • You are a problem solver who focuses on the details, but doesn’t lose sight of the big picture.
  • You show a deep understanding and appreciation for good process in your portfolio.
  • You have strong sketching and form development skills.
  • You have a working knowledge of 2D software programs vital to the design process.
  • Fluency in 3D surfacing is welcome, but not required.
  • Model-making skills are a plus (foam core, foam, rapid prototyping, etc.), but not required.

Here a glimpse of what you’ll experience…

  • Be present at brainstorms, internal project reviews, and client meetings.
  • 3 month availability during the Summer (May - August 2018).
  • Collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams to create client-ready deliverables.
  • Analyze complex information to discover new design opportunities.
  • Explore creative solutions, test your ideas, and justify your design decisions.
  • Communicate clearly, both visually and verbally.

Please visit Flex Careers to apply.