A very interesting role has become available for an experienced Electronics Engineer, for a Medical Devices company in Cambridgeshire. We are looking for people to help with the invention and design of brand new lifesaving medical devices.
You will be working within an established team of engineers, scientists and designers and help develop and improve medical devices. It is essential that you have worked on the development of at least one medical device in the past that successfully went to market.
As expected, you will work within a ISO 13485 environment and any EN 60601 knowledge would be advantageous. So, if you have worked on the design and development of medical devices this could be an interesting and challenging role for you.
This is a growing organisation, so future career progression will be available to move into leadership roles. Their leadership roles are still hands on with development, meaning you will never progress into a paper pushing role and will always help with developing new medical devices.
In the past, this company have likes hiring people who have a real passion for engineering. Due to this they pay a lot of attention to hobbies on CV. So, if you do have technical hobbies I would suggest mentioning them.
Apart from work experience and hobbies, it is normal for someone to hold a degree, masters or PhD within a relevant electronics or physics field. However, relevant work experience is more important.
Apart from career progression you will also be rewarded with an excellent salary, bonus and benefits package.
I expect this role to attract a lot of people, so if you are interested I would suggest applying sooner rather than later.
For more information, please feel free to call Andrew Welsh, Director of Medical Devices recruitment and Scientific recruitment specialists Newton Colmore, on 0121 268 2240 or make an application and one of our team at Newton Colmore will contact you.
Newton Colmore is a specialist recruitment company within the Medical Devices, Scientific Engineering, Scientific Software, Robotics, Science, Electronics Design, New Product Design, Human Factors, Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance and Field Service Engineering sectors.