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Career Opportunity with CIA

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On October 4th, 2017 the CIA will be bringing their officers for a one day program at LTU. Students and faculty will have the opportunity to learn about the opportunities available within the CIA, ask questions and understand what is needed to pursue a career in the CIA (or other intelligence) utilizing their field of study.  In addition, they will learn about various student opportunities with the CIA.

Space is limited.  Interested students must submit their resume for consideration, as soon as possible and no later than Wednesday, September 27, 2017 to Professor Nadia Fadel-Bazzi, College of Management (nfadelbaz@ltu.edu). 

The following are some general standards we are looking for in students:

  • min 3.0 GPA
  • STEM majors/concentrations
  • U.S. Citizens would benefit most (non-citizens will not be able to obtain student or career opportunities with the CIA)

Below is a tentative schedule of events for the day:

  • 9:00am-10:30am: Meeting with STEM Faculty (breakfast/coffee meeting)
  • 11:00-12:15: Officer Panel and Q&A with students (includes technical recruiter, among others) (lunch)
  • 1:00pm-3:00pm: Office hours (pre-scheduled student advising appointments/resume review)

If you have any additional questions, please reach out to Professor Nadia Fadel-Bazzi, College of Management (nfadelbaz@ltu.edu) or Meaghan, STEM Program Associate (mmarkiewi@ltu.edu)

Research Engineer Job – Cleveland Clinic

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Please take a look at the link below for this job opportunity. They are specifically looking for someone with a Bachelors in BME/ME/EE

Req #: 16132

Location: CLEVELAND, OH

Facility: CLEVELAND CLINIC MAIN CAMPUS

Professional Area: RESEARCH

Department: BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Job Code: T26035

Schedule: FULL TIME

http://jobs.clevelandclinic.org/job-detail.html?16132-research-engineer

 

ESD Job Fair

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2017-ESD-FallJobFair-Attend

 

A complete list of the companies hiring can be found here

Professional Engineering (PE) Exam Course through ESD

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Currently there is no PE exam for Biomedical Engineering but students can enhance their job prospects but taking the PE exam in another related area, usually Mechanical or Electrical Engineering.

Engineering Society of Detroit conducts classes with experienced instructors for preparation for the State licensing exam in a variety of disciplines ranging from civil and environmental to mechanical and electrical engineering. The cost is subsidized for ESD members and students can become ESD members for a nominal cost. Relevant information is below:
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PE Review Course
Classes begin August 26, 2017
Saturdays 
August 26 – October 7, 2017
PE Civil: 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
PE Mechanical, Environmental and Electrical: 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
State Exam Date: October 27, 2017 and April 13, 2018
For more information including course fees and how to register for the
PE Review Course, click here, or call Fran Mahoney at 248-353-0735, ext. 116.

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Research Engineer in Biomechanical Engineering

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Opportunity: A 1-year full-time contract (renewable) as a research engineer in biomechanical and biomaterials engineering at the Lawson Research Institute located in Victoria Hospital, London, ON, Canada (www.lawsonresearch.com), which is affiliated with Western University (www.uwo.ca)

Research Context: The research engineer will work in a new 300 sq.ft. laboratory fully equipped with Instron testers, a strain gage system, a thermographic stress analysis system, computers for CAD modeling and finite element analysis, and other instrumentation. The research engineer will report directly to Dr. Emil Schemitsch (orthopaedic surgeon) and Dr. Radovan Zdero (biomechanical engineer).

Research Topics: Measuring bone mechanical properties; stress analysis of orthopaedic implants for joint replacement and fracture fixation; spine biomechanics; and developing new biomaterials.

Research Tasks: Mechanical testing; CAD modeling; finite element analysis; data analysis; assisting with writing journal articles; and assisting with writing research funding applications.

Background Skills: BEng/BASc or MEng/MASc in Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, or equivalent; experience with mechanical testing, CAD modeling, and finite element analysis will be helpful, but not mandatory; excellent English language skills (reading, writing, speaking).

Start Date: Review of applications will begin immediately with a start date of Sept 1, 2017, or soon after. Position will remain open until filled. Only candidates invited for an interview will be contacted.

Applications: Send a cover letter, full CV, and contact info for 3 references (combined into a single PDF document) to:

Dr. Radovan Zdero, PhD, CEng, MIMechE
radovan.zdero@lhsc.on.ca

 

Biomedical Engineering Position at the VA

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This is a two-year, full-time position with expected placement after the completion of their commitment to the training site. 

They are seeking to fill 12 positions throughout the country.  Students that have their BS or MS in Biomedical Engineering are eligible. Hiring will occur between July and September.  Students are encouraged Uriel Gomez (Uriel.Gomez@va.gov) or those whose names are on the flier with any questions pertaining to the positions listed.

 The Job Posting will run from Friday June 9th 2017 though Monday June 19th 2017 and is listed at www.usajobs.gov.

(Search using the Vacancy Identification Number (VIN): 1969140, Job Announcement Number :  ANS-17-LAE-1969140, or TCF Biomedical Engineer.)

FY17 National VA TCF Biomedical Engineer Flyer

Job Opportunity – Xenith (Detroit, MI)

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Research & Testing Engineering | Xenith | Detroit, Michigan

Company Overview
Driven by a relentless pursuit to protect athletes across all sports, we are committed to groundbreaking innovation and product superiority. We are the industry leader in football helmet technology and we never settle. See more at xenith.com

Job Summary
The Development and Testing Engineer works collaboratively with internal and external team members to develop and lead testing protocols to validate designs and to identify opportunities to improve product offerings. This team member ensures that the product meets both external and internal requirements, including legal compliance and customer expectations.
The Development and Testing Engineer also monitors and advises on the performance of the quality management system and reports on performance.
Responsibilities

  • Implement new ideas through interaction with outside design teams and suppliers as well as the internal product development group
  • Interact with customers and the Sales and Marketing team to receive product feedback and develop solutions to improve player experience with the product
  • Maintain technical expertise with regard to industry product requirements and interact with industry groups, such as the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment, the National Athletic Equipment Reconditioner Association and Safety Equipment Institute, and work with customers and test agencies, such as the NFL, NCAA and Virginia Tech
  • Collect and maintain customer feedback and lead issue resolution activities
  • Act as the resident expert in testing equipment by recommending and developing specifications for equipment purchases
  • Conduct extensive testing on current products and prototypes and actively engineer new solutions from insights gained through testing
  • Establish and document engineering specifications and tolerances for components and finished goods
  • Define sampling frequencies and ensure data acquisition rates are maintained to ensure stability of processes
  • Lead external testing engagements, develop test methodologies and procedures used to prove out new designs, and manage the test laboratory, including supervision of technicians and lab personnel

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering or equivalent experience
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability to be flexible and the tendency to be a responsible self-starter and problem-solver
  • Ability to work in a highly organized and efficient manner with a team-oriented, can-do attitude
  • Ability to prioritize and maintain a customer-first attitude
  • Love of the game and a desire to continuously innovate to provide the safest product possible

APPLICATION PROCESS

United State Patent Office – USPTO Job Opportunities

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USPTO hires patent examiners and they opened a new office in Detroit in 2012. Folks from the patent office have been to LTU to give seminars and they also hold on-site info sessions. See the flyer below. The meeting are specifically for April 2017 but these events take place every month. The open positions are listed on USAjobs.gov.

On-site Events Flyer

2017 Science and Technology Showcase

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Students from four BME projects presented their poster at the inaugural Science and Technology Showcase on April 5th, 2017. The projects got great reception from the audience which included folks from industry, academia and various organizations. The students not only made valuable contacts but also got a chance to practice for their senior project posters session on April 13, 2017. This upcoming poster session, however, has grade implications 🙂

BME StudentsStudents: L-R: Patrick Caren, Curtis Ackermann, Tyler Winningham (Arm Simulation), Fatimah Aljafer, Alexandria Glumb (Walk&Lift Cane) and Aimee Tomlinson and Meagan Mazurek (CPR Sensor). Not pictured John Peponis (AutoTrac)

2017 LTU Last Call Job Fair

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The Last Call Job Fair is an excellent opportunity to meet with current students, graduates and alumni who are looking for jobs, co-ops or internships to start in the summer. In an impersonal world of online recruiting and internet job applications, a college career fair is a chance to meet and talk with students face to face.  You can develop or increase your company brand awareness while getting a great picture of the type of candidates that are completing their studies at LTU. We encourage large and small employers to attend our recruiting events and meet our candidates. If you are interested in conducting individual interviews immediately after the fair please contact us at: ltuocs@ltu.edu and we can make the appropriate arrangements.

When:  Thursday, April 13th 2017, 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Where: Ridler Field House

 You can see the employers attending here

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