Zurich University of Applied Sciences ZHAW is one of Switzerland’s largest multidisciplinary universities of applied sciences, with over 13'000 students and 3'000 faculty and staff.
As one of the leading Engineering Faculties in Switzerland, the ZHAW School of Engineering (SoE) emphasises topics which will be relevant in the future. Our 13 institutes and centres guarantee superior-quality education, research and development with a focus on the areas of energy, mobility, information and health.
At the Institute of Mechanical Systems (IMES) we deal with questions from the mechanical engineering environment. We focus on the three core competencies Biomechanical Engineering, Lightweight Engineering and Mechanics.
The focus group Biomechanical Engineering deals with the function and pathologies of the musculoskeletal system, to use these findings for the research and development of medical devices. Specifically, the focus group emphasises on the biomechanical development, simulation and testing of orthopedic implants. In the future, the focus should be extended to new implant technologies, such as the integration of additive manufacturing processes for individualized medical devices.
In order to further expand our activities in this area, as of February 1, 2020 or earlier
we are looking for a
Lecturer Biomechanical Engineering (60 - 100%)
Your duties and responsibilities include:
You have a university degree with a doctorate in Biomechanics or Medical Technology. Proven competence and many years of experience in regulatory affairs as well as quality and process-oriented development and simulation of medical devices are prerequisites. In the future IMES would like to position itself more strongly towards EU research. Existing experience with EU research funding programs is beneficial.
You would like to demonstrate your entrepreneurial skills in the acquisition of third-party funded projects by showing a high degree of motivation and taking over personal responsibility. You enjoy working with students and being responsible for scientific staff. Eventually, you can prove a decent proficiency level for teaching in German.
The ZHAW offers its employees a flexible annual working time model and supports the compatibility of family and career.
Do you have any further questions about this position?
For technical information please contact Dr. Robert Eberlein (Head of IMES) at Tel. 058 934 4728 or email@example.com.
Are you interested?
In this case we look forward to receiving your complete application documents via the online platform www.zhaw.ch/jobs to Mrs. Eliane Leemann, HR Consultant, at the Winterthur location.
The School of Engineering strives for an increase of women in responsible positions. Applications of women are particularly welcome.