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rjones92
11-13-2006, 11:23 PM
Please direct all enquires to Dr. Adel Bataweel at abataweel@kfmc.med.sa
(Tel: 00966 55 70 60 575)



Assistive Technology Specialist / Rehabilitation Engineer Post



The assistive technology division at the King Fahad Medical City (KFMC)
Rehabilitation Hospital in Saudi Arabia is pleased to announce an
Assistive

technology specialist/rehabilitation engineer post. The appointee will
be required to provide assistive technology services and expertise to
clinical

staff and patients, and to assist with the design, development, repair
and troubleshooting of assistive devices in the home and worksite
environments.

You will also be expected to take an active role in data collection and
interpretation in the newly formed Gait Analysis Laboratory. The post
will

involve undertaking gait analysis to research clinical and theoretical
problems related to lower limb biomechanics, clinical diagnoses of

deformities of lower limb, and routine gait laboratory management as
well as maintenance of formal collaborative links with our UK partners,
The Centre for

Rehabilitation and Human Performance Research, University of Salford,
UK.



The successful applicant will be expected to have at least a Masters
degree In Science or Engineering related to rehabilitation and to be
able to speak fluent English.

Experience in orthopaedics, sport medical science and biomechanics are
also highly desirable.



Salary and benefits are negotiable based on qualifications and
experience.



Contract term 12-24 months.



For further information on King Fahad Medical City please contact the
following we site: www.kfmc.med.sa Or contact

Dr. Adel Bataweel at abataweel@kfmc.med.sa (Tel: 00966 55 70 60 575)





Rich Jones

Lecturer in Clinical Biomechanics

Centre for Rehabilitation & Human Performance Research

Brian Blatchford Building

University of Salford

M6 6PU



Tel: (44) 161 295 2295

Fax: (44) 161 295 2668

www.biomech2007.salford.ac.uk