No announcement yet.

Biomedical Engineer position (GS11), Center for the Intrepid, San Antonio, TX

  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Biomedical Engineer position (GS11), Center for the Intrepid, San Antonio, TX

    Link for more information and to apply:

    The application period will close on 1/22/2019.

    About the Position: Position is located at the Extremity Trauma and Amputation Center of Excellence (EACE), Research and Surveillance Division, Center for The Intrepid (CFI), Fort Sam Houston, Texas conducting research studies, applying a wide range of concepts, practices, regulations, policies, precedents and various techniques to complete assignments.

    This position will support the EACE’s mission to; advance medical and scientific knowledge through relevant research that will optimize clinical care and quality of life for Service members and Veterans with traumatic extremity injuries and amputations.


    · Participate as a team member in conducting research studies aimed at furthering the rehabilitation of individuals with functional and anatomic limb loss in the (EACE) Research and Surveillance Division.
    · Apply diversified engineering practices, including medical and biological principles to complex multi-disciplinary research projects.
    · Conduct studies within the broad areas of physical rehabilitation, exercise physiology, and gait assessment.
    · Able to formulate and present findings, briefings, project papers, status reports, and correspondence to foster understanding and acceptance of findings and recommendations.
    · Utilize work conclusions in the form of new or modified equipment, research, systems analyses, computer code or simulations.

    This position is open to US Citizens that are capable of obtaining a Secret security clearance.
    This position will be in the Military Performance Laboratory. A video describing the lab may be found here:
    The gait lab analyzes human motion, with an emphasis on walking. The information collected at the lab, as well as from the CAREN, can ultimately help physici...

    A video describing the CFI as a whole may be found here:

    More information about the EACE may be found here:

    Application pointers for the Department of Defense
    Applying to a federal job is a structured process.
    Be sure you follow all of the instructions.
    Be sure your packet is complete.
    Assume nothing is optional.

    Search the web for additional pointers.
    Be patient!
    Last edited by Lee Childers; January 13, 2019, 07:49 PM. Reason: wrong link

  • #2
    Re: Biomedical Engineer position (GS11), Center for the Intrepid, San Antonio, TX

    Note the link to the job posting has been updated. If you were unable to apply before, try this link