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Forensic Biomechanics - Impact Injury Biomechanics

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  • Forensic Biomechanics - Impact Injury Biomechanics

    Vector Scientific, Inc. (VSI) has an immediate opening in their Denver area office (Golden, Colorado) for a biomechanical engineer to conduct impact injury biomechanics analyses in automotive, sport/recreation, industrial/occupational, and premise accidents.

    Minimum of Master of Science in Biomechanical/Biomedical Engineering or closely related science. The ideal candidate will possess research experience in musculoskeletal injury biomechanics and/or automotive safety.

    Must be able to work independently and take initiative on researching technical topics; must also be able to work collaboratively with colleagues in related specialties (e.g. vehicle dynamics engineers, other biomechanical engineers); must posses strong verbal and written communication skills in order to effectively communicate technical concepts typically to non-technical audiences.

    Methods involve medical record reviews, research literature reviews, evaluation and determination of injury mechanisms, assessment of use and effectiveness of safety/protective devices (e.g. seat belts), field data statistical analyses (e.g. NASS), inspections of physical evidence, physical testing, possible modeling/simulation techniques when appropriate (e.g. MADYMO, FEA).

    Competitive salary and benefit package commensurate with education, background, training, and experience.

    Golden, Colorado, USA

    Application Process:
    Please submit a letter of interest, CV, and three professional references to

    Vector Scientific, Inc.
    Research & Forensic Consulting - Specializing In Injury Biomechanics and Accident Reconstruction
    Vector Scientific Specializing in Injury Biomechanics and Accident Reconstruction