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Biomedical Engineer (f­­/­­m­­/­­d) 02.04.2024 Quantune Technologies GmbH Berlin
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Biomedical Engineer (f/m/d)
Aktualität: 02.04.2024


02.04.2024, Quantune Technologies GmbH
Biomedical Engineer (f/m/d)
In order to strengthen our development of a new, miniaturized infrared spectrometer, we are looking for you as an energetic Biomedical Engineer who designs, performs and analyzes biomedical experiments and who flourishes when turning the prototype into a product. The position is embedded in a small but powerful team and it requires an independent way of working along with a decision-based way of thinking. With your analytical skills, you will identify weak points in the system and develop solutions to improve the product. As a deep-tech startup, we are looking for truly multi-talented individuals.
Education: Masters degree in (bio)medical engineering, medical technology, medical physics or related fields. Professional experience: Minimum three years in industry or a PhD in applied areas related to medical engineering, preferrably with a focus on non-invasive techniques. Way of working: Product-driven hands-on mentality (solution-oriented, self-motivated, autonomous, analytical). Analysis skills: Knowledge of script-based data processing (python). Language skills: English C1 level or B2 level when in combination with German C1 level. Team work: Good communication skills and conclusive data presentation. General skills: Conscientiousness, reliability, self-reliance, and conciseness. Location: Willingness to work mainly on site in Berlin-Adlershof. Legal: Work permit in Germany. Preferred requirements: Specialist knowledge: (the more the better) MedTech device design and production, MedTech certifications, clinical studies involving humans, infrared spectroscopy, photoacoustic spectroscopy, molecular spectroscopy, optical spectroscopy.