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Electronic / Biomedical Engineer (25612)

Cambridge
to £70k + top benefits

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Design novel implantable devices

This innovative company develops novel medical products for a variety of clinical applications. Their multidisciplinary teams work closely with clients to devise breakthrough products with a first-principles approach to design and development. They seek an electronics / biomedical engineer with experience in developing implantable electronic devices. This will preferably be in a commercial setting but candidate with a relevant academic background will also be considered.

Each novel project requires creative and innovative design solutions, hence the electronic / biomedical engineer will have a hands-on technical approach as well as understanding of the constraints and trade-offs in bringing a complex design problem to a pragmatic solution.

The work environment is supportive and collaborative and the work is technically rewarding, offering the opportunity to add to your knowledge base and work alongside equally enthused colleagues. There is an excellent salary package on offer with ongoing career development and training.

Requirements:

  • Excellent degree in Electronic Engineering, Biomedical Engineering or similar from a highly ranked world-class university
  • Current experience designing implantable electronic devices, preferably in a commercial environment
  • Evidence of your enthusiasm for electronics and ability to create novel solutions
  • Good communicator who enjoys technical discussions

Keywords: Biomedical devices, Digital electronics, Medical, World firsts, Implantable devices, Neurosensing, Cambridge.

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