Biomedical Engineer

About the Role

Biomedical Engineers design, create, and test innovative biomedical equipment and instrumentation, health monitoring devices, prosthetics and implantable mechanical aids.
Industry and hospital based Biomedical Engineers research and learn new technologies and concepts to advance product repair and development. They advise clinical and administrative staff on medical engineering technology, and conduct equipment management programs to ensure current standards and requirements are being met.

Laboratory based Biomedical Engineers design and execute complex experiments to assess impact and feasibility of new technologies. They use their knowledge of statistical processes to plan for studies, using statistical software and principles to analyse data, prepare reports and presentations.

Key Industries for employment opportunities are: Health care and Social Assistance, Engineering, Professional, Scientific and Technical, Manufacturing and Government.

Salary Expectation: $75,000 – $105,000

Qualifications, Training, Licenses

Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Science, or a related field.

Knowledge & Capabilities

Demonstrated ability to conduct innovative research and present findings.

Proven technical ability in creating equipment and devices.

In-depth engineering knowledge in a particular area such as mechanics, fluids, computing or electronics.

Experience with installation of biomedical equipment along with examining, maintaining and repairing.

Training others with equipment use and providing technical advice.

Knowledge of medical device regulatory requirements.

Team oriented skills for problem resolution and implementation of projects.

Strong technical writing and analytical skills and ability to write technical reports and processes.

World Capabilities

Change Engager

Data Agile

Curious Innovator

Critical Thinker

Pathway - Formal

Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Science, or a related field.