The journalists and auto testers at the Consumer Reports Auto Test Center put about 60 cars a year through their paces so they can present the insight and information consumers need to make a good decision. We purchase these cars directly from dealers so we can maintain our independence and commitment to integrity with no undue influence from manufacturers or advertisers. I'm sure that is what makes our different car issues consistently the most popular and trusted among our 7-million subscribers.
Working closely with a team of automotive testers, writers, analysts, and videographers at Consumer Reports' 327-acre testing facility, provide technical expertise and leadership on the assessment of automotive ergonomic design and human interface. Perform evaluations of controls, infotainment, driving distraction, advanced safety systems, and semi-autonomous features on test vehicles. Act as an automotive human factors industry expert and provide data and analysis for automotive content.
We are open to candidates without extensive industry experience if they have a passion for automobiles, a Degree in Human Factors, and the ability to test complex interactions between humans and machines.