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Medical Physicist / Engineer (25537)

Cambridge - south
to £60k DoE plus benefits

Developing novel technologies for clinical and surgical applications

Our client is an established, Cambridge-based company, developing novel medical technology that makes a real difference to people’s lives. They tackle challenging problems within a range of medical areas comprising complex robotics, surgical instrumentation and optics. In this role you will join a fast-paced multi-disciplinary team working on the full development lifecycle from invention, analysis and modelling to prototype design, implementation, lab testing and manufacture.

Candidates must have a top degree in physics or engineering from a highly-ranked world-class university; a PhD is an advantage.

Your CV must also demonstrate experience in technologies relevant to clinical or surgical instrumentation. This could include medical robotics, surgical navigation, OCT, MRI, X-ray or haptics. This experience will be within the medical device industry or within a clinical setting.

This role is a hands-on role where you will build your collective ideas into world-beating products. You will also be someone with excellent communication skills who will enjoy working closely with colleagues and clients.

As well as providing a stimulating and creative environment, the client offers an excellent salary with commensurate benefits including bonus.

Keywords: Medical devices, clinical, surgical, robotics, medical imaging, OCT, MRI, X-ray, sensors, medical data, regulatory development, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.

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