What do validation engineer jobs in medical devices involve?
Validation engineer jobs in the medical device industry are responsible for ensuring that medical devices that diagnose and treat various diseases are operate safely and effectively. Validation engineers play a vital role in this industry as many medical devices, particularly in-vitro diagnostics, pose a high risk to the patient. Typical responsibilities of a validation engineer in medical devices include trouble-shooting defects and organising defect resolution strategies, producing validation reports, carrying out manual testing and keeping records of test results.
Validation engineers in the medical devices industry will need to have degree in engineering, ideally in a relevant area such as automation, mechanical or design engineering.
How to apply for a validation engineer role in medical devices:
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