Medical Devices Inventor - Cambridge
A growing Medical Devices Engineering company, based in Cambridge, are currently looking for a senior engineer to help with the invention and improvement of Medical Devices.
You will be working with a group of engineers, physicist and scientists in inventing new Medical Devices and innovating current Medical Devices into the forefront of the sector.
To be successful in this role, you will need to have an inventive and innovative approach to your work while also being creative with new concepts. The ability to fault-find and problem solve will also be essential.
The above skills would have been on display in your latest role or roles across a number of different Medical Devices. This could be for drug delivery devices, diagnostic systems, wearable medical devices, surgical systems, medical robotics, electro-mechanical devices and other complex Medical Devices.
Your initial education could have come from a mechanical engineering, physics, electronics, software, life sciences or any other field that led you into a career in designing and developing new Medical Devices and Medical Technologies.
This is a very interesting role that will test your skills and knowledge daily. Due to this, I expect a lot of interest in the role, so if you are interested, I suggest making an application now or risk missing out.
For more information, please feel free to call Andrew Welsh, Director of Medical Devices recruitment and Scientific recruitment specialists Newton Colmore Consulting, on +44 121 268 2240 or make an application and one of our team at Newton Colmore Consulting will contact you.
Newton Colmore Consulting is a specialist recruitment company within the Medical Devices, Scientific Engineering, Data Science, Machine Learning, Scientific Software, Robotics, Science, Electronics Design, New Product Design, Human Factors, Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance and Field Service Engineering sectors.
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- Agency: Newton Colmore Consulting
- Reference: MDIC03
- Posted: 25th October 2019
- Expires: 22nd November 2019