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  • [BIOMECH-L] Job Posting: Occupational Biomechanics Engineer

    Occupational Biomechanics Engineer
    Engineering Associate

    Dynamic consulting firm in Oregon seeks an experienced and highly motivated
    individual for a growing litigation practice in occupational injuries.
    Candidates must be experienced and accomplished in the acquisition, analysis
    and interpretation of ergonomic data to assess causation of a wide range of
    occupational injuries. Typical cases involve manual materials handling,
    work on railroads and marine vessels, and cumulative trauma disorders.
    Experience with static and dynamic musculoskeletal force prediction models
    for the low back, shoulder and other joints is required. Experience with
    job site evaluation a definite plus. Candidates will be expected to support
    an expanding portfolio of litigation-driven occupational injury cases that
    will typically require site inspections, job analysis, and the generation of
    scientific reports addressing injury causation. MS in ergonomics or
    occupational biomechanics required. Recent Ph.D. graduates in closely
    related fields will also be considered. Successful candidates will also
    have demonstrated the ability to incorporate critical reviews of available
    literature in the formulation of conclusions. Starting Salary is
    commensurate with educational level and experience. Full benefits and,
    after one year, the possibility of a profit-sharing/incentive plan are also
    available.

    Send CV and references to:

    Christine M. Snow, Ph.D.
    301 SW 4th Street, Suite 160
    Corvallis, OR 97333
    cms@hayesassoc.com
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