Liberating Technologies, Inc. is the research and development arm of College Park Industries, which was recently acquired by the Össur group. The company specializes in high-technology solutions to challenges in orthotics and prosthetics. LTI has been in business for twenty years as a standalone company and in late 2008 began to expand and grow their government funded research program, which will provide a majority of the support for this position.
The Mechanical/Mechatronics Research Engineer performs duties across multiple projects related to the development of various technologies used in rehabilitation engineering, with a particular focus on orthotics and prosthetics.
To collaboratively design, develop, and test aspects of various orthotic and prosthetic technologies, including:
- Research, design, development, and testing of innovative electro-mechanical solutions and prototype devices.
- CAD of novel mechanical and mechatronic device designs. FEA experience is beneficial.
- Data acquisition and analysis for device/sensor testing and evaluation.
- Strong analytical skills to adapting and applying engineering techniques and principles to conduct experimental tests.
- Analysis of collected data to generate conclusions and suggested next steps that are communicated to project managers through appropriate technical documentation and reporting.
- Assisting heavily with, and potentially leading, the development of grant proposals that are used to acquire funding for the group.
- Conducting literature reviews to address pending questions.
- A bachelor’s degree in a cross-disciplinary engineering field such as Biomedical, Mechanical, Robotics Engineering, or similar
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills required
- 4 to 7 Years of relevant experience
College Park Industries is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Application Deadline: January 8, 2021