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Usability Engineer - Cambridgeshire - Medical Devices

Job Reference: UECMD03

Employer/Agency Name: SSG Recruitment Ltd

Location: --Cambridge

Job Sector: Change Management, Consultancy; Chemicals, Science; Electronics, Engineering

Salary/Package: Competitive

Date Posted: 03/01/2018

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Usability Engineer - Cambridgeshire - Medical Devices

A growing Human Factors team, based in Cambridgeshire, are currently looking for a number of Usability Engineers to run a number of studies in the Medical Devices field.

You will need to have a number of years’ experience working on Medical Devices projects, ideally for FDA 510k standards sign off CE Marking. This company will continually have multiple projects throughout the year so there is a great chance of developing your skills and ability in a range of medical technologies.

It is expected that you will hold a 1st or 2:1 degree from a leading Human Factors, Usability, Ergonomics or Industrial Design university. If you do not have the education level expected but a number of years working on successful studies we would still be keen to hear from you.

You will be responsible for writing up your studies reports, due to this you will need to have strong spoken and written communication skills.

Due to the expansion of this company there is a continual career development on offer for you to move into more senior roles in the future. You will also be offered an excellent salary and benefits package.

If you like what you’ve read but only just left university please still make an application. We have a range of graduate Human Factors, Usability and Industrial Design roles available also.

For more information please feel free to call Andrew Welsh, Director of Medical Devices recruitment specialists Newton Colmore Consulting, on 0121 268 2240 or make an application and one of our team at Newton Colmore Consulting will contact you.

Medical Devices, Human Factors, Usability Engineer, Medical Technology, Medical Technologies, Hampshire, Ergonomics, Human Factors Design, Studies

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