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pllark82
09-15-2004, 06:41 AM
STAFF./PRINCIPAL BIOMECHANICAL TEST LAB ENGINEER NEEDED TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
BIOMECHANICS TEST LAB.

My client is a major orthopaedic manufacturer and the ideal candidate will
have the following qualifications:

1. A graduate degree (M.S. or Ph.D.) in engineering is required.
Mechanical Engineering or Materials Science is preferred.
2. At least five years of experience with biomechanical or mechanical
research and testing desired.
3. Previous management of technical professional staff desired.

Principal Job Functions:
This position is responsible for managing the Biomechanical Testing
Laboratory and providing advanced technical support toward the accomplishment of
research and product development team objectives. The individual will be
responsible for implementing and supervising research and development projects
characterizing the biomechanical performance of materials and products. The individual
directs the work of subordinate research engineers/scientists and
technicians. The individual is responsible for coordinating the work of personnel in the
laboratory to accomplish research and development projects in a timely and
efficient manner. The individual makes technically based decisions that are
important to present and future new products and is responsible for disseminating
the research findings of the laboratory to other functional areas of the
company and to external audiences.

Excellent opportunity for the candidate with both the testing knowledge and
experience, as well as proven management skills.

Please forward your resume in Word format to larksinc@aol.com for immediate
consideration or feel free to contact me at the direct number below for further
details.

Thank you!


Penny L. Lark, CPC
Lark Search Associates, Inc.
1200 Woodruff Road, Ste. A-3
Greenville, SC 29607
864-627-3134
864-987-5554(direct)
larksinc@aol.com

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