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Jeff Wheeler
12-23-1999, 04:37 AM
TWO POSITION OPENINGS - FORENSIC BIOMECHANICS

TITLE: Biomechanist

JOB DESCRIPTION: Primary duties and responsibilities include analyses
of injury mechanisms as part of forensic reconstructions of automobile,
sport/recreation, occupational, and slip/trip and fall accidents.
Opportunities to assist in ongoing research projects regarding injury
biomechanics of whiplash in low-speed rear-end accidents, meniscus tears
in knee to dashboard impacts, shoulder injury biomechanics in automotive
accidents, and biomechanics of slip/trip and falls. Opportunity to
pursue research and/or develop specialized area of expertise in forensic
biomechanics related areas.

EDUCATION: Minimum of Master of Science (M.S.) in
Biomechanics or
closely related science (e.g. Kinesiology, Biomechanical Engineering,
Biomedical Engineering).

EXPERIENCE: There are two positions open. We prefer that
at least one of the positions be filled with an individual with 3+ years
of work experience in the field of Biomechanics. Some experience in
automotive injury biomechanics and/or forensic biomechanics consulting
would be preferred. However, entry level persons are encouraged to
apply for both position openings.

LOCATION: One position is for our Southern California
office and one position is for our Colorado office.

SALARY: Extremely competitive compensation
package including salary and benefits (e.g. full medical/dental/vision,
401K, vacation, continued education, etc.). Starting salary will depend
on education and experience level.

CONTACT: Please email or fax letter of interest and
resume to:
Jeffrey B. Wheeler, M.S.
President / Senior Biomechanist
Biomechanics Research &
Consulting, Inc.
2942 Evergreen Parkway, Suite
208
Evergreen, CO 80439
fax#: 303-670-2444
email: jeff@brcinc.com
http://www.brcinc.com

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