What do medical device engineering jobs involve?
Medical device engineering jobs are like most engineering roles in the life science industry, but focus entirely on the design, development and manufacture of medical devices and medical technology. These devices can range from surgical instruments and insulin pumps to high-tech medical imaging or diagnostic machines. It’s an exciting time to be an engineer in medical devices as these complex and state-of-the-art machines must be continuously developed, manufactured and maintained, and each year brings a new wave of innovation.
Getting a medical device engineering job requires a relevant engineering degree such as design engineering, manufacturing engineering or mechanical design engineering.
How to apply for medical device engineering jobs:
Proclinical partners with many of the top 10 medical device companies as well as several specialist medical device pure-plays. With such a variety of connections, Proclinical is able to find ideal engineering jobs in medical devices for anyone with the skills, experience and enthusiasm to thrive in this innovative industry. Simply upload your CV or apply directly to any medical device engineering roles on our website. Alternatively, to be notified of medical device engineering roles as soon as they become available, sign up for our job alerts!