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12-05-2006, 04:57 AM
Electrical/Biomechanical Engineer

The MoCap Consortium of Long Island University is reopening their search for
an enthusiastic, skilled engineer to supervise a new biomechanics
laboratory. The engineer must have a strong background in
electrical/biomechanical engineering with a significant amount of experience
working with force platforms, EMG, and 3-D motion capture equipment in human
subject research. Desired assets for the applicant include: knowledge of
biomechanics measuring systems, experience with signal processing, ability
to learn and work with different software and hardware, ability and desire
to do hands-on mechanical or electrical work, experience in programming
(particularly with LabView and Matlab), and the ability to work toward and
meet deadlines.

This full-time position with benefits is a university support staff
position. Applicants must be US citizens or have a green card. The
salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. This
position requires a capable individual with the ability to work
independently and with a variety of people at all levels both within
and outside of the institution. Strong interpersonal, verbal, and
written communication and organization skills are required.
Opportunities exist to develop new areas of research.

Interested candidates should e-mail their CV and a cover letter to: