Bionics Institute Engineering Graduate Program
By joining our team, you will develop skills and experiences across a broad range of areas.
- The design and development of implantable neural stimulation devices and assistive medical technologies
- Understanding the unmet needs of patients and clinicians
- The design of safe medical devices for manufacture
- Neurostimulation and recording electrical signals from the body
- How to analyse and decode neural signals, and
- Navigating the regulatory pathways for medical devices.
Our Graduate Engineers will also spend time at Neo-Bionica, a medical device prototype development and manufacturing company and spin-off of the Bionics Institute and University of Melbourne.
Specialising in neurotechnology and bioelectronics, the Neo-Bionica team are experts in designing and developing wearable and implantable medical devices for a range of medical conditions. Here, you will help researchers, clinicians and companies to innovate novel technologies in a commercial environment.
Learn more about the program, including the selection criteria and detailed description of the roles, in the position description.
Kick-start your career with the Bionics Institute
- Be part of a team of world-class scientists, engineers and researchers, with expertise in histology, pre-clinical research, data analytics and clinical research management.
- Help develop technologies that aim to transform the lives people living with chronic and debilitating conditions including hearing impairment, Crohnʼs disease, Parkinsonʼs disease, epilepsy, stroke, arthritis and diabetes
- Always be learning as you work on diverse and challenging projects
- Achieve your professional goals with opportunities to development your skills and advance your career.
|October 2022||Applications Open|
|October-November 2022||Interviews take place|
|21 November 2022||Applications close|
|January 2023||Candidates begin role|