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Coordinating Biomechanist | ARCCA, Inc. | Chicago, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and more

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  • Coordinating Biomechanist | ARCCA, Inc. | Chicago, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and more

    Coordinating Biomechanist

    ARCCA, Inc.
    Multiple locations across the USA, including Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Seattle, Oakland, Chicago, and more

    • Assist with biomechanics consulting projects related to human injury analyses in automobile accidents, fall events, sports/recreation, construction, workplace, and more.
    • Conduct field investigations with an expert to document accident scenes and gather information that is the basis for simulation, testing, and overall analysis.
    • Identify key facts and information through review of technical and non-technical materials such as police reports, medical records, legal pleadings, deposition testimony, photographs, vehicle specifications, and other documentation.
    • Assist experts with analyzing human body responses to external forces, assessing injury mechanisms, and evaluating the potential for injury.
    • Work efficiently in a fast-paced environment involving multiple projects, while remaining detail oriented.
    • Enhance professional/technical knowledge and credibility through continuing education programs and review of technical publications.
    • Participate in novel research projects that move your field of expertise forward​.

    • You are a talented and driven person who enjoys a collaborative work environment with a multi-disciplinary team of engineers and experts whose purpose is to reconstruct injury producing incidents and other events to evaluate the biomechanics and determine mechanisms of injury.
    • You are interested in ergonomics, occupant protection, and/or injury prevention. You may have participated in Formula Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) or Baja Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). You find yourself explaining how athletes were injured during instant replay. Sound familiar? If so, this may be the perfect career opportunity for you.
    • You are adept at preparing technical reports for clients and providing testimony as needed. You take pride in the confidence your clients have in YOUR expert status. You appreciate being rewarded by the company through competitive salary, bonus opportunities, and comprehensive benefits.

    • Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Bioengineering, Biomedical, Biomechanical, Mechanical Engineering, or a related field.
    • Foundation in the analysis of human locomotion, anatomy of the human body, impact biomechanics, and the effect of inertial forces on human injury.
    • The ability to work collaboratively as a team and independently to achieve workplace goals.
    • Optimizing your success requires a strong problem-solving ability, an open-minded analytical skillset, and a desire to evaluate the available information to answer complex questions​.

    Please contact Debbie Kenderdine, Human Resources Director, at if you have any questions.​
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