Bionics Institute recruiting medical device research leaders The Bionics Institute has ambitious plans for growth and is recruiting world-class leaders to take its research to the next level. We’re looking for visionary leaders with the experience and skills needed to transform the way we treat disease with medical devices. About you High level qualifications and experience as a bioengineer, medical researcher or clinician-scientist Strong leadership skills and ability to inspire and motivate a team Innovative ideas for medical devices A visionary and risk-taking mindset A passion for improving human health. If this sounds like you, download more information and contact Bionics Institute CEO Robert Klupacs: [email protected] What we offer We offer the opportunity to make your mark; financial support to realise your vision; and a multidisciplinary team at your fingertips to make it happen. You will also benefit from: Access to unparalleled medical device development expertise World class facilities in a hospital setting close to clinical collaborators A track record of development from concept to clinical application Agile organisation uniquely positioned to commercialise products Competitive remuneration and salary packaging Laboratories set in the heart of the world’s most liveable city. About the Bionics Institute The Bionics Institute is an internationally recognized, independent medical research institute that solves medical challenges with technology. We lead the world in the research and development of innovative medical devices and therapies that improve human health. Our multidisciplinary team of world class scientists, engineers and clinicians have an impressive track record of translating concepts into clinical reality. Together we transform the lives of people across a range of conditions, currently including hearing impairment, vision loss, Crohn’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, stroke, arthritis and diabetes. “It is a privilege to work in a field with so much potential to improve people’s lives. A career that builds knowledge resulting in real world solutions for some of the most challenging healthcare problems is incredibly rewarding.” Professor Tim Denison, Engineering Science and Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford and Chair in Emerging Technologies, Royal Academy of Engineering.