The positions are linked to the Robotic Microsurgery translational project of ADVR’s Biomedical Robotics Laboratory (BRL). This project aims to refine, enhance and validate promising medical device prototypes developed by BRL’s research team. The final objective is to develop advanced device prototypes to enable clinical trials with the new technologies. This will allow their introduction into medical practice, leading to significantly enhanced health outcomes.
The successful candidates will be offered a fixed-term contract (24 months) with a highly competitive salary commensurable with qualifications and experience.
Workplace: Genoa, Italy
To apply, please send electronically a detailed CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 15, 2017 stating the position you are applying for in the subject of the e-mail.
Biomedical Engineer CB 74431
We are looking to appoint a skilled and enthusiastic biomedical engineer familiar with the development and deployment of medical devices and preferably with good knowledge of related standards and certification requirements.
The ideal candidate should possess a Master degree in biomedical engineering or related field and be able to demonstrate excellent applied practical skills and possess:
The successful candidate will be responsible for:
Basic knowledge or experience with robotic devices for surgery will be considered a plus.
Mechanical Engineer CB 74432
We are looking to appoint a highly motivated, outstanding mechanical engineer with a solid background in mechanics and/or robotics and with proven experience in hardware and mechanism design and analysis.
The successful candidate should have at least a Master degree in mechanical engineering (or related area), proven experience in CAD design (PTC Creo or equivalent) and hands-on skills in assembling and testing of mechanical components.
In addition, the candidate must be able to interact with workshops, manufacturers and suppliers, and should be able to generate detailed technical documentation for 3D/2D assembly and parts manufacturing. Familiarity with the medical devices area is warmly welcome together with a pro-active mindset and results-oriented attitude.
Good communication skills and willingness to integrate within a multidisciplinary international research group are required. A good knowledge of English will be useful but the ability to learn is also acceptable.
Experience in one or more of the following areas will be considered a plus:
Specific responsibilities of the job will include:
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