GCMI, a non-profit affiliate of the Georgia Institute of Technology, is actively recruiting for a research engineer to lead multiple new medtech product development projects.
The medical device design services and product development team at GCMI facilitates medical product development through all phases – from initial concept generation through transfer to production manufacturing. We guide and execute along a strategic pathway, focusing on both product excellence and regulatory compliance. Our team works with a variety of innovators: individual physicians, researchers and engineers, start-up companies and publicly traded industry leaders.
From the official position posting via the University System of Georgia, “The position requires extensive experience developing medical device technology within an established Quality Management System. Recognized as subject matter expert with additional experience and/or education in the field. Coordinate and monitor medical device/equipment projects from initiation through delivery. Serve as liaison between internal departments and external clients in order to ensure that all targets and requirements are met. Determine costs and schedules for medical device/equipment projects, and ensure all are completed on schedule and within budget.”
Why join the GCMI medtech design and development team?
“GCMI offers engineers the ability to lead exciting new medical device product development projects that will greatly impact the lives of patients,” wrote GCMI Director of Research and Development Engineering Saylan Lukas. “Projects often include the opportunity to be involved with designing and developing new technology that is ready to be transferred from Georgia Tech researchers into the clinic. This position also interfaces regularly with physicians and entrepreneurs from around the world. GCMI offers a fun work environment, flexible hybrid structure, and outstanding benefits associated with being faculty at Georgia Tech, which is part of the University System of Georgia.”
If you possess the requisite skills for the position and want to put those skills to use bringing solutions to unmet clinical needs ‘from the bench to the bedside,’ we encourage you to apply today.
GCMI helps verify, validate and accelerate the development and commercialization of new medical technologies that save lives and improve patient care. From our Northyards and 14th Street facilities in midtown Atlanta, we help find the finish line for medtech innovations at any point on the pathway from bench to bedside.
For more insight on the GCMI team and this particular position, interested parties can email Saylan Lukas: firstname.lastname@example.org